Speedback and The Recommit with Bryon Kroger

 

In this episode, Captain Bryon Kroger (@bjkroger) of the U.S. Air Force's Kessel Run dispells myths about the so-called "frozen middle," and finding resistance—and support—from all levels in an organization. He also shares some of the practices he's used to retain support for ongoing change, including growth boards and collecting feedback quickly.

Be sure to catch the previous episode featuring Bryon Kroger as a guest, as well as his keynote from SpringOne Platform and most recent CF Summit breakout, "#TestedAF: Test All the Things (Not Just Your Units)." 

Find out more about the transformation at the United States Air Force here: https://pivotal.io/customers/us-air-force

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About the Author

Dormain Drewitz

Dormain leads Product Marketing for Pivotal Platform Ecosystem, including GemFire, Pivotal's PCF Services offerings, and ISV offerings for PCF. Previously, she was Director of Product Marketing for Mobile and Pivotal Data Suite. Prior to Pivotal, she was Director of Platform Marketing at Riverbed Technology. Prior to Riverbed, she spent over 5 years as a technology investment analyst, closely following enterprise infrastructure software companies and industry trends. Dormain holds a B. A. in History from the University of California at Los Angeles.

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