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    READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim Bill Palmer gets thrust into the CIO position at Parts Unlimited and has 90 days to make chicken salad out of chicken shit or the entire IT department gets outsourced Does Bill have what it takes?Confession Time I've worked in IT for the past fifteen years When the CTO of the company I work for strongly recommended all I

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    READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim review The Phoenix Project See of my reviews at Bettering Me UpI know what you're thinkingWow A fictionalized account of ITIL and Agile methodologies That sounds soexcitingBut it isImagine my surprise when I was completely sucked into Bill's worldIT Operations isn't always a fun place to work servers crash; applications freeze; vulnerabilities are everywhere; and customers both internal and external scream for supportSo how to you manage all of t

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    review The Phoenix Project READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim Gene Kim Î 5 Summary to be honest I'm a bit embarrassed how much i enjoyed this book It's basically a businessIT management book thinly disguis

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    READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim Gene Kim Î 5 Summary Read Ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î Gene Kim Imagine an Ayn Rand novel where John Galt gives stilted lectures about ITIL and lean manufacturing instead of objectivismUpdate It's not a great book but if you're working in a dysfunctional IT environment and never manage to make it

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    Gene Kim Î 5 Summary Read Ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î Gene Kim READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim This is the most cliché book I have ever read The Phoenix Project uses a contrived narrative to deliver IT best practices like a mother would use applesauce to hide peas while spoon feeding a toddler The state of technologymanagement books might have been different five years ago but I found the over the top nature insulting to the intell

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    READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim The copywriter gave up on p150 and so should you Things start to go downhill when illusive replaces ellusive and the grammatical ecce

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    review The Phoenix Project READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim This is the unicorn we'll be all hunting for the next 5 years De Marco's The Deadline finally found his spiritual successor Don't take this book too literally like a prescription of rules to follow The change tha

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    READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim Calling this a DevOps book is an understatement The key to the company's success in the book wasn't automation or continuous delivery What made the success transferable from the manufacturing plant floor to knowledge work was subord

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    review The Phoenix Project READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim Gene Kim Î 5 Summary the prose was horrible several very disconcerting shifts in tense were the least of it and what did it teach me? that if I'm not in upper management nothing I do matters and I can't fix any of the problems plaguing my work but if upper management just reads this book we will all go to a happy place and no one will balk except the moustache twirling villains who will either be fired or be reborn as if from a cocoon into

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    READ The Phoenix Project Author Gene Kim This is the first book I've read cover to cover in an extremely long time And what follows in this review are less my final impressions and the way the book hit me as I dove into it I still believe my criticisms are valid but they have less impact on my enjoyment and my ability to absorb the interstitial lessons than I had expecte

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Read Ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î Gene Kim Gene Kim Î 5 Summary The Phoenix Project Summary Ø 5 Bill is an IT manager at Parts Unlimited It's Tuesday morning and on his drive into the office Bill gets a call from the CEO The company's new IT initiative code named Phoenix Project is critical to the future of Parts Unlimited but the project is massively over budget and very late The CEO wants Bill to report directly to him and fix th. See of my reviews at Bettering Me UpI know what you re thinkingWow A fictionalized account of ITIL and Agile methodologies That sounds soexcitingBut it isImagine my surprise when I was completely sucked into Bill s worldIT Operations isn t always a fun place to work servers crash applications freeze vulnerabilities are everywhere and customers both internal and external scream for supportSo how to you manage all of the Work in Progress WIP emergencies and planned work It s enough to give any professional geek a panic attackEnter our heroes ITIL and Kanban These Best Practice methodologies will help Bill and his team revolutionize how IT functions and contributes to the business at large The Phoenix Project takes a dry subject and turns it into an understandable narrative Certain concepts that I didn t uite grasp when I studied for my ITIL certification became crystal clear during the course of this bookI m really looking forward to implementing a Kanban board with my team at work

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Read Ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î Gene Kim Gene Kim Î 5 Summary The Phoenix Project Summary Ø 5 E mess in ninety days or else Bill's entire department will be outsourced With the help of a prospective board member and his mysterious philosophy of The Three Ways Bill starts to see that IT work has in common with manufacturing plant work than he ever imagined With the clock ticking Bill must organize work flow streamline interdepartm. This is the most clich book I have ever read The Phoenix Project uses a contrived narrative to deliver IT best practices like a mother would use applesauce to hide peas while spoon feeding a toddler The state of technologymanagement books might have been different five years ago but I found the over the top nature insulting to the intelligence of the intended demographic Yes storylines help reinforce points but the best books I encounter nowadays contain real examples sans the dramatics and three hundred pages of fluff All of the characters are one dimensional and predictable Constants Like the NPC characters you encounter in old RPG games you know how the dialogue will go every single time Eventually you re able to memorize a combination of down arrows and X buttons and you can skip the dialogue You have Brent the 10X programmer There s John the manic firewall expert who basically drinks himself to death and is reincarnated as a superhero Sarah is ambitious and it s never clear what she does aside from ask the IT team to do work for her You have Nancy the main character s wife who understands but reminds him that his job sucks should he ever forget And then there s ErikErik is the mysterious sensei type who guides Bill the main character to greener pastures and happy endings There are a lot of riddles and descriptions of his clothing involved By the end of the book it turns out that Erik and Bill have a lot in common Earlier there is some type of seance where a few of the main characters dim the lights sit around a table and each reveal their story Bill reveals that his father was a bad father implying abandonment yes the book goes there As I thought about it while reflecting on why I didn t enjoy this read it seemed totally plausible that one of the authors in an early draft of this book planned to reveal Erik as Bill s father I m not sure this would have taken the title for the most cringeworthy revelationThe plot goes from bad to worse to bad Part one lures you in while part two is a droning mundanity In part 3 the authors use chapter 30 to remind you that they re well read and later take two pages to explain how the IT Team made a miracle happen and subseuently saved the companyIf you re an engineer don t read this If you re on the non technical manager spectrum there s something for you here You have to parse through a lot of garbage and I think you re better off just digging in to technically oriented books but there s something for you here You know how every manager has his the book Please don t make this your the book You re just a hypothetical to me right now and I m confident that regardless of your background your precious time will be better spent reading something else Truly The Phoenix Project the book fails as embarrassingly as its namesake at Parts Unlimited

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Read Ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î Gene Kim Gene Kim Î 5 Summary The Phoenix Project Summary Ø 5 Ental communications and effectively serve the other business functions at Parts Unlimited In a fast paced and entertaining style three luminaries of the DevOps movement deliver a story that anyone who works in IT will recognize Readers will not only learn how to improve their own IT organizations they'll never view IT the same way again. the prose was horrible several very disconcerting shifts in tense were the least of it and what did it teach me that if I m not in upper management nothing I do matters and I can t fix any of the problems plaguing my work but if upper management just reads this book we will all go to a happy place and no one will balk except the moustache twirling villains who will either be fired or be reborn as if from a cocoon into their true form

  • Hardcover
  • 345
  • The Phoenix Project
  • Gene Kim
  • English
  • 24 September 2018
  • 9780988262591