Foreword by Gene Kim, lead author of "The Phoenix Project" and "The DevOps Handbook"
Coming soon, Standing On Shoulders: A Leader's Guide to Digital Transformation, 2nd Edition with updates, corrections and improved resilience resource locators and the book has a less slippery matte back cover.
The new release coincides with the launch of the collaboration period for the follow-up from the strategic Leader's Guide with the tactical and operations focus of The Workbook.
In progress now also, Value Stream Mapping: The Secret to Successful Digital Transformation, expected in mid 2020 in eBook and Workshop formats, book in late 2020.
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When we went to print the links all worked. But nothing lasts forever, here are the links listed in the book that we are aware of having subsequently changed:
Book -- Page 5
Kindle -- Location 214 of 2862
https://youtu.be/aLHDc3ik2ZE (does not work)
“Formula 1 pit stops evolution - 50s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s (slowest to fastest).”
==> apparently they didn't have permission,
so they couldn't actually give us permission :(
From more than a minute in the 1950s to less than 3 seconds today,
F1 pit crews are a study in Lean. This one is quite similar:
For an even more in depth look at this evolution, you might like this video:
Book -- Page 66
Kindle -- Location 1195 of 2862
"At first, the work may be uncomfortable for both."
"At first, the conversation may be uncomfortable for both."
2nd edition makes 25 print corrections such as spelling and minor syntax, and replaces fragile resource links with resilient Bitly links. Cover design updated to be less slippery matte back cover.