by Gene Kim on
2019/06/25: DevOps Enterprise Summit: Day 1ee
Find your seat in the Arora Ballroom for, "Our Journey to 100% #Agile and a #BizDevOps Product Portfolio" w/ Christoph Brinck & Ralf Waltram from @BMWGroup.
@tomonocle: "3270/mainframe was the original dark mode" #DOES19
@RealGeneKim: RT @tomonocle: "3270/mainframe was the original dark mode" #DOES19
@jelmqvist: ”A user interface is like a joke.
If you have to explain it,
it’s not that good” - put the users in the center - by BMW @DOESEUR #DOES19 https://t.co/2eXU5zKBIw
@GrapeUpInc: Why #DOES19 is so crucial in promoting #DevOps? Because @DOES_EUR invites the world’s finest brands, not often associated with #SoftwareDevelopment, to explain how #technology is changing their business & why adopting the newest technologies is not limited to IT companies! 🚀🚀 https://t.co/1rNMxayS2X
@DOES_EUR: There is a climate of fear in many workplaces @CMaslach on changes in the social dynamics of work #DOES19 https://t.co/wqu89ZcDWw
@seizethedave: Social dynamics have changed: people have multiple jobs, there's less concern for employees and destructive competition between employees #DOES19
@seizethedave: Other changes in work: divisive tactics that reward "talent", people being shut out of opportunities and the loss of some sort of "common good" as a core value (we 👉 me) #DOES19
@tomonocle: "the underlying assumption is that employees who burn out are not the best ones, so they are expendable and disposable" 😔 #DOES19
@TheOpsMgr: These are NOT good changes #Does19 https://t.co/y1bmtkZ66c
@wiredferret: #DOES19 Dr. Maslach: Those conditions increase unnecessary deaths and healthcare costs, working years lost, greater risk of burnout and depression.
@matthewi: RT @mattstratton: We are collecting all kinds of “big data”, but we don’t collect metrics on the human costs @CMaslach #DOES19 https://t.co…
@wiredferret: #DOES19 Dr. Maslach: No matter how much people try to argue that these conditions are required economically, we’re pretty clear that it costs more than it gains, and the work we get from stressed workers is not as good.
@DOES_EUR: Unhealthy job conditions do not enhance productivity or the bottom line. @CMaslach from @UCBerkeley sharing the evidence and dangers of poor job conditions #DOES19
@nicolefv: The problem with unhealthy jobs... (and a book recommendation) with @CMaslach at #DOES19 https://t.co/BSRHlJYdAP
@wiredferret: RT @DOESEUR: Metrics that matter: employee engagement - in general 50 percent of employees are not engaged. Joe Aho and @christ_omalley share that it is a top priority at @compuware to continually grow employee engagement. #DOES19 https://t.co/tWTSjfpZLd
@wiredferret: RT @holly_cummins: And the corollary to this is the moving story read by @chawklady during the #DOES19 #DevopsConfessions - something like a bereavement can take away someone's ability to adapt, and from there it can be a painful downward professional slide as technology marches on past them. https://t.co/ERyBRQxd9y
@nicolefv: The World Health Organization has recognized burnout as an occupational health hazard. It's a response to chronic health hazards in the workplace. (Note: not a disease, but it can lead to health issues.)
THIS IS REAL. @CMaslach #DOES19
- @RealGeneKim: #DOES19 @CMaslach https://t.co/rbdQMdwyfM