What happens when observability becomes a commodity and is independently brokered via a third party?
My guest today is Jeff Martens, who is the co-founder and CEO of Metrist, an independent third-party observability platform.
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Lee Atchison is a software architect, author, public speaker, and recognized thought leader on cloud computing and application modernization. His most recent book, Architecting for Scale (O’Reilly Media), is an essential resource for technical teams looking to maintain high availability and manage risk in their cloud environments. Lee has been widely quoted in multiple technology publications, including InfoWorld, Diginomica, IT Brief, Programmable Web, CIO Review, and DZone, and has been a featured speaker at events across the globe.
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Business Breakthrough 3.0
With a combined 60 years of business and technology experience, experts Lee Atchison and Ken Gavranovic provide a no-nonsense, step-by-step methodology to clarify how your company actually operates in order to uncover the entrenched patterns that are holding you back. They explain that leading by gut instinct will keep you spinning in circles, while putting your key business data to work will help you grow a thriving organization.
Based on the author's experience working with hundreds of leaders around the world, the Business Breakthrough 3.0 approach not only leverages the universal motivational drivers embedded in every person, but uses data to identify what's working and what's not within your company.
Business Breakthrough 3.0 involves five distinct processes:
1. Establishing and actively embracing a company mission, vision, and set of core values
2. Using a formal critical-thinking framework to organize how your company makes decisions
3. Understanding what to measure and knowing how to use the data correctly
Optimizing your organizational structure to drive successful actions
5. Leveraging a market growth strategy for sales success.
Business Breakthrough 3.0 is the ultimate guide to overcoming entrenched patterns and building a highly profitable organization that attracts and retains people who truly love their jobs.
Business Breakthrough 3.0