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Friday, October 14 • 3:55pm - 4:30pm
Mapping the Risk in Your Value Stream

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Mapping can help visualize the flow between your customers and the raw materials your business uses to provide them with products or services. This session will examine how mapping risk onto your value stream can improve your chances of success and keep failures bounded to expectations.

 

Description

While enumerating system states may increase our understanding of our options it does not account for probabilities and likely outcomes. Any attempt to instantly transition a system to a desired state is usually expensive and unsuccessful.

 

By visualizing our value stream and weighing our options we’re able to trade the high risk for lower but more likely payouts. These low risk wagers provide the intermediate steps needed to reach our goals without taking some huge leap of faith.

 

By painting a more complete picture with our numbers we’re enabling our audiences to make educated decisions. We’ll look at different types of value stream mapping techniques and how to automate data collection for different types of metrics.

 

  • Basic Value Stream Mapping
  • Wardley Mapping
  • Five Required Families of Metrics
  • Enumerating Risks
  • Automating Analysis
  • Taking Action with Data
  • Evolving System Models

Speakers
avatar for Chris Corriere

Chris Corriere

Chris Corriere has been working with data, phones, networks and writing software for over fifteen years. His background in mathematics and engineering has allowed him to adapt to new and industry specific technologies and provided many unique consulting opportunities. As a devOps professional Chris is committed to culture, automation, learning, sharing, and having a good time while getting work done. Chris is currently a DevOps Engineer at... Read More →


Friday October 14, 2016 3:55pm - 4:30pm
Room C

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