Recorded at the 2019 annual SEACON conference in London, Mik has two special guests, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, authors of Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow.
This episode of Mik + One discusses:
Insights into the patterns and anti-patterns of how teams are structured and evolve, and why it’s important to focus on the cognitive load of teams
Team specialization, the need for platform teams and how to manage the crucial dependencies between teams
The need for a product value stream that’s supported by multiple teams, and the importance of flow in an organization’s software systems architecture
Learnings on how to successfully organize teams of teams and if there is a perfect number of team members for an organization
Advice for organizations on how to successfully structure teams based on cognitive load
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