In this post, we'll discuss how Liatrio approaches re-igniting culture in the work place.
We'll explore how we use our peer recognition chatbot, Gratibot, to enhance Liatrio's company culture.
We believe learning should be an immersive experience. We'll explain what we mean -- and why immersive learning is so critically important in product team Dojos.
To show how high-performing product teams can work in practice, I’ll introduce a Liatrio internal engineering program called Flywheel.
We’re implementing StrengthsFinder at Liatrio, and we’re excited about what we’re doing to optimize the strengths of each team member.
DevOps pioneer John Willis will serve as a strategic advisor to Liatrio. Willis is the co-author of Beyond the Phoenix Project and The DevOps Handbook.
Cultural change is a key part of enterprise transformation. In addition to focusing on technology and delivery, it helps to create a culture of inclusion.
We’ll talk about what InnerSource is, how it works, and why enterprise organizations should embrace it. We’ll also share tips about how organizations can get started.
The DevOps movement has long emphasized the importance of workplace culture, particularly focusing on the relationship between development teams and IT operations teams.