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We have partnered with the authors of Team Topologies, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, to bring you a set of Team Topologies resources to learn, use and promote a new model for team organization.
Available for worldwide delivery!
Designed by the authors and battle-tested in training sessions around the world, these shapes help to visualise and explore different options for team responsibilities and interactions for organisations building modern software systems.
Use these shapes to model organisation design and team interactions within your organisation based on the ideas in the book Team Topologies by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais.
By Matthew Skelton
The book Team Topologies has been 5 or 6 years in the making. How did we (Manuel and I) come to write to book and why? Back in 2013 I wrote a blog post covering some different kinds of what I called “DevOps team topologies”, or ways of organizing teams for building and running software systems rapidly and safely.Read more
07 September 2020
A lot has changed recently for everyone, and businesses are rapidly adapting, pivoting or folding. In this article, we'll present a curated set of tools and how they might help tech departments and online businesses dealing with a much higher software delivery workload.
For teams that have rapidly shrunk, or found themselves doing new work on top of old work, there is a need to optimise your ways of working to ensure you can cope. Teams facing lay-offs will be wanting to decommission systems and eliminate technical debt and distractions, while ensuring the lights stay on. Team's embarking on new work need that work to be well organised if they are to be able to handle it comfortably.