Bootcamps » PEOPLE, ORGANIZATION, AND OPERATING MODEL TRANSFORMATION

Description

This half-day, intermediate-level bootcamp introduces the changes that attendees and their colleagues might undergo as a result of enterprise transformation through cloud adoption. The bootcamp includes some of the proven mechanisms of change management that can guide these transformations. Successful industry patterns regarding skills, organizational functions, enterprise cloud operating models, and interaction examples are reviewed. Additionally, attendees are exposed to critical change management mechanisms for successful cloud adoption and optimization.

Objectives

This bootcamp teaches you how to:

  • Understand how enterprises are evolving their operating and organization models to enable agility and efficiency.
  • Create a functional model of the relationship between your cloud engineering teams and your internal customers.
  • Understand the interaction model and mechanisms between teams that is needed to operate effectively in the cloud.
  • Design and staff your initial cloud “Tiger Team,” and then scale it into a mature cloud organization.
  • Establish a roadmap of next steps to remediate gaps between current and future state operating and organizational models.

Intended Audience

This bootcamp is intended for:

  • Chief information officers
  • Cloud sponsors/program managers
  • Enterprise architecture leaders
  • Cloud security leaders
  • Shared services/IT operations leaders
  • Infrastructure decision-makers
  • Business application owners

Delivery Method

This bootcamp is delivered through an interactive workshop.

Note: There are no technical lab exercises in this bootcamp; however, a laptop is required to access course materials.

Duration

Half day

Outline

This bootcamp covers the following concepts:

  • Business aspects of the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF)
  • Successful outcome-based patterns and approaches that AWS customers are using to efficiently scale adoption and operations of cloud technology
  • Frameworks for organizing your application portfolio into migration paths and best-fit operating models (e.g., steady-state and DevOps CI/CD)
  • How to evolve current IT operating models and organizational structures into successful cloud operating models
  • Introduce engagement processes, typical organizational models and best-practice processes used in managing cloud applications that promote agility, cost reduction, and innovation
  • Organizational Change Management best practices employed to accelerate cloud adoption