Making decisions quicker with failure

It’s okay to get things wrong and it’s okay to change our minds. If we’re strong enough to admit that we got it wrong, we can learn and adapt. If we accept that it’s okay to change our minds, we end up delivering something quicker as we made a decision based on the information at that time.

—Emma Hammond, Fidelity International

Source: Top 100 Quotes from the Cloud Foundry Summit Europe 2016, Altoros

Singapore’s DBS Bank selects Pivotal Cloud Foundry

According to the bank, the built-in automation of Pivotal’s cloud platform allows it to focus on delivering differentiated value, instead of being caught up with systems management and IT resource procurement. This means that DBS will be able to quickly deliver services, as well as build and update next-generation applications in order to deliver a better banking experience to users.

Another Pivotal Cloud Foundry customers. Banks seem to like it.

Source: CIO-Asia – DBS Bank leverages Pivotal to innovate at start-up speed

Lead IT Cultural Change and Transformation in CSPs Through the Adoption of DevOps (Gartner Report)

For Orange France, the trick to incentivizing the team members was to show very clearly what the return on investment of their effort was. Who isn’t happy to continue working when projects are delivered on average six times faster than with a waterfall approach?

See more in the report.