Containers As Code
Behaviour / DevOps / OpenShift / PaaS / Process Improvement / Uncategorized

Containers As Code

Introduction The growing interest in DevOps shines a spotlight on how organisations are approaching automation. This matters because automation tooling represents a significant investment decision. When not done well, automation efforts can potentially result in the accumulation of considerable technical debt. Moreover, tooling that is complex to operate may be inaccessible to many of participants … Continue reading

The Weight Watcher – a Goal Attainment Scale
Behaviour / Data Science / DevOps / PaaS / Presales / Technology

The Weight Watcher – a Goal Attainment Scale

Overview This blog is about where technology meets the behavioural sciences, so here we have a post describing how technology can be an adjunct to encourage adherence to a weight management intervention.  In this example we show how to monitor progress of the 5:2 Fast Diet using the Goal Attainment Scale method together with actual weight … Continue reading

Behaviour

Motivation 3.0

Daniel H. Pink’s (2009) book – Drive – examines human motivation through the ages. For our early ancestors roaming the savannahs, Motivation 1.0 was a simple matter of survival – for food, shelter, sex. As nomadism gave way to agriculture, the principle of minimising risk and maximising reward took on a more sophisticated form with … Continue reading