His advice: “Agile leadership requires government employees to use different approaches and models depending on a given circumstance.”
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We spoke with nominees and winners of the 2020 Service to America Medals, or SAMMIES, to find out what agile leadership looks like at their agencies.
There are still unknowns about what government operations will look like going forward, but one thing is certain: This new normal won’t be a mirror image of what we experienced pre-COVID-19.
For government agencies, a well-equipped, modular data center can be a great way to meet the demand for increased compute capacity while minimizing energy consumption.
The new way forward will require agencies to take a hard look at manual, paper-based processes that have stagnated modernization and put a strain on employees who need the flexibility to work beyond office walls.
The appeal and structure of Agile methods are expanding beyond the realm of software development.
As much as agencies want and need to rapidly respond to change, they’re only as agile as the systems they rely on.
Agile methodologies work because they empower teams, and empowered teams are more successful.
Realistically, training every developer to become a container and Kube expert first before being productive isn’t viable, and it’s time-consuming.
As more agencies demonstrate the success of DevSecOps, the once widening gap between the business outcomes that agencies desire and the tools and processes they use to achieve them is diminishing.