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3 Groups in Your Organization That Benefit From Value Stream Management


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by HCL SOFTWARE

Tuesday, June 15, 2021
4 p.m. AEST / 2 p.m. SGT 

Is value stream management just for the development team? Should the business team look into it? Is it a management tool or can it help individual contributors, too? We’ll answer these questions and more during our discussion session with DevOps experts from HCL Software DevOps.

Value stream management is a hot topic in the DevOps world, but all areas of an organization can benefit from the data-driven approach that VSM offers. In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The unique benefits value stream management offers to development, security, and business disciplines
  • How everyone, from individual contributors to managers to executives, can use a VSM platform
  • How organizational-wide VSM adoption can lead to faster releases and more satisfied customers

If you’ve ever thought “value stream management sounds cool, but what’s in it for me?”, you’ll want to attend this webinar. Can’t make the live session? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording.

Steven Wong
DevOps Solutions Lead for Asia-Pacific - HCL Software
Steven is the Solutions Lead for HCL Software in Asia-Pacific focusing on DevOps and automation. Having been in IT for more than 25 years, Steven has a broad set of experience that includes enterprise software development using Java technologies both in custom-built and product development scenarios, test automation, DevOps and value stream management. A technologist at heart, Steven loves “getting his hands dirty” working with automation solutions and connecting technology back to business value. He has also spoken at numerous technology events across Asia-Pacific.
Pradip Mashru
DevOps Busines Lead for Asia-Pacific - HCL Software
Based in Melbourne, Pradip manages HCL Software DevOps business for the Asia-Pacific region. Having seen the evolution of DevOps in enterprises of all sizes in different countries, Pradip is a frequent speaker on the popular topic of ‘DevOps is a Business Challenge and not a Technology Problem.’ A full-time storyteller and part-time academic, Pradip firmly believes that the way companies adapt to DevOps Day 2 challenges and execute their plans makes them either disruptors or the disrupted in this hyper-competitive era.
Chris Nowak
Director of Software DevOps Advisory & Adoption - HCL Software
Chris Nowak is HCL Software’s Director of DevOps Advisory & Adoption. He has 23 years of experience in Change Management, SDLC & DevOps. As Head of DevOps Services at two of the top four US banks, he designed and scaled services from the ground up. His scope included service strategy, lean process, organizational change, large-scale on-boarding, and operations. At Wells Fargo, his teams automated 350 applications for the Trading, Securities and Investment Banking divisions. At Bank of America he led a combined organization of Automation Engineering, Systems, Engagement, and Deploy Operations. His teams automated and supported 800 applications from source to prod. Chris left BAC in 2016 to focus on Executive Transformation and DevOps Strategy Consulting. In 2014, he was awarded a US Patent in DevOps Methodology (USP #8875091). 

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