The Middle-Management Bind, with Carl Coryell-Martin

There are few tasks harder than refactoring a large organization, but that's exactly what we're asking management to do when digitally transforming. Existing organizations are tremendously conflicted and tied up in competing incentives already, and then when shifting to a product-team-driven approach, things often go haywire. Here, Richard and Coté chat with Pivotal's Carl Coryell-Martin about pulling apart the bureaucratic bowl of spaghetti that comes about when a large organization undergoes their digital transformation journey. 

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Coté works on the advocate team for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.

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