How DevOps pioneers are leading the next wave of organizational change

Featuring Guest Speaker Gene Kim

April 16 | 11 AM EST

How information security integrates into the work of others is very different than it was ten years ago — we now integrate into the daily work of development, QA, and operations.  But why did this happen? And how does this inform how infosec will likely have to change, as we increasingly add generative AI and machine learning capabilities to our technology value streams?

In this session with Dr. Stephen Magill, I’ll share what I’ve learned about why functional specialties, such as information security, information security, accessibility, and legal, have worked so hard to “shift left” in order to integrate into everyone’s daily work — this has been informed by the work I’ve been doing with Dr. Steven Spear towards a theory of organizations, which was the topic of “Wiring The Winning Organization,” which came out in November 2023.

Get ready to embark on a journey into the world of organizational transformation, guided by the insights of our guest speaker Gene Kim. Picture this as a conversation about the game-changers who are shaking up the status quo, flipping the script on how teams collaborate and innovate. We'll dive into the stories of these DevOps pioneers, exploring the strategies and out-of-the-box thinking that Gene Kim champions.


Join us for a dynamic exploration of these key takeaways:

  • Strategic Insights: Acquire practical and strategic insights inspired by Gene Kim's research
  • Cultural Innovation: Explore how to “wire your organization” to cultivate a culture of innovation and collaboration within your organization
  • Leadership Essentials: Uncover what leadership must do to steer your team through the evolving landscape of workplace dynamics.


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Gene Kim

Guest Speaker

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Stephen Magill

VP of Product Innovation at Sonatype

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