In Part 2 of this two-part series, Dan and Cindi discuss the importance of understanding where your team is today in terms of metrics and measures, and using those as the established baseline against which future performance can be compared and understood.
Building a New Data Vault Team
Dan and Cindi are giving advice for specific roles in an organization to immensely benefit from training and coaching to operate in a more efficient way. Instead of simply choosing a new agile method or looking for the concepts of Data Vault 2.0
to do all the work for you and your team.
If you’re truly going to be agile and effective, it’s of the utmost importance for all the members of your new data vault team to be engaged. You must embed collaboration into everything that you do. Directors and managers should be involved in data vault training
to help lead the organization effectively.
In this podcast, Dan and Cindi cover the topic of the business components necessary to build a solid Data Vault
development team. How do you get started? What should you expect from the team? How can you help them accelerate?
Metrics help the team understand what is potentially broken and whether the team is improving. Data Vault 2.0
fully embraces the CMMI levels of maturity to help you understand, identify, define, measure, and optimize your current WoW – Ways of Working.
Following the CMMI measured approach paves the way for the rest of the organization to embrace proven best practices to accelerate and bring value to the business.