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The State of Value Stream Management Report: An Inside Look


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Sponsored by MEDIAOPS

Wednesday, August 4, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The Value Stream Management Consortium released its inaugural State of Value Stream Management Report in July. The research showed how higher-performing organizations are using VSM to accelerate digital transformation. In this live roundtable, the lead analysts of the report, Eveline Oerhlich and Helen Beal will explore the findings in the report with Brian Muskoff and Richard Knaster.

Key takeaways:

  • Using VSM to measure progress in DevOps journeys
  • Challenges in implementing VSM and how to overcome them
  • Why moving from project-thinking to value stream-thinking matters
Brian Muskoff
Director of Product Management - HCL Software DevOps; Value Stream Management Consortium Board of Directors
Brian Muskoff leads product teams to create software solutions that help large enterprises safely streamline the flow of change through the delivery pipeline. His career experiences span two decades and run the spectrum from start-ups to the Fortune 50 in the roles of COO, Engineering Head and Product Portfolio Leader. His roots in the DevOps space trace back to the UrbanCode product line, the CI/CD market creating start-up that was acquired by IBM and is now engineered by HCL Software.
Helen Beal
Chair - VSM Consortium
Helen Beal is a DevOps and Ways of Working coach, Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute, and ambassador for the Continuous Delivery Foundation. She is the Chair of the Value Stream Management Consortium and provides strategic advisory services to DevOps industry leaders such as Plutora and Moogsoft. She is also an analyst at Accelerated Strategies Group.
Eveline Oehrlich
Industry Analyst - DevOps Institute
Eveline Oehrlich is Chief Research and Content Officer at the DevOps Institute responsible for research and content strategy serving the broad DevOps community of enterprise leaders and practitioners. Previously, she held the position of VP, Research Director and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research delivering research, advisory and consulting for software vendors, system integrators, service providers and IT enterprise organizations.
Richard Knaster
Chief Scientist, Value Stream Management, Vice President - Digital.ai; Value Stream Management Consortium Board of Directors
Richard has held roles ranging from developer to executive, and extensive experience leading large-scale agile transformations. He is a best-selling author of the SAFe Distilled Book series. As a principal consultant, SAFe Fellow and Methodologist, he is passionate about helping organizations create a better environment for delivering value, improving quality and flow, and being more engaging and fun. He was also the Chief Agile Methodologist for IBM.
Chief Scientist, Value Stream Management, Vice President - Digital.ai

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