Webinar: How organisations are meeting the productivity challenge by applying Team Topologies

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Webinar: How organisations are meeting the productivity challenge by applying Team Topologies

Watch the replay here:

  • Learn why poor productivity doesn’t come from lazy teams and how other organisations are becoming more productive through the application of approaches defined in Team Topologies.

  • Understand the causes of waste and low productivity in engineering teams: rework, waiting time, dependencies on other teams, managing dependencies rather than eliminating them, and limitations on the flow of change.

  • Learn how to spot the characteristics of these behaviours within your organisation.

  • Understand how to begin applying the Team Topologies approach.

Following the success of our Multi-team Software Delivery Assessment, Ben Dodd and Matthew Skelton discussed how to meet the productivity challenge many organisations are facing as we enter 2023.

In the session, Matthew & Ben talked about how common it is to have significant amounts of effort wasted through the delivery of features that are never used, how much time is wasted through cross-team dependencies and common reasons that the flow of change is impaired. Learn where to start on addressing these productivity challenges.

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Meet our speakers


Matthew Skelton, Founder at Conflux

Matthew Skelton is co-author of Team Topologies: organizing business and technology teams for fast flow. Recognized by TechBeacon in 2018, 2019, and 2020 as one of the top 100 people to follow in DevOps, Matthew curates the well-known DevOps team topologies patterns at He is Head of Consulting at Conflux and specializes in Continuous Delivery, operability, and organization dynamics for modern software systems.


Ben Dodd, CTO & Co-founder, Armakuni

Ben Dodd, Armakuni’s CTO & Co-founder, is a thought leader in Cloud Native software development and digital transformation. A true change agent, Ben has a proven track record of leading both public and private organisations’ adoption of DevOps principles and culture, using his technical expertise at ground level to drive the change while also acting as a strategic advisor to the C-suite.

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