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If you are interested in organizational culture that is high trust and high performant then I would read the Toyota book series I have listed.  watch my video first. 
If you want bleeding edge “what organization culture” could look like start with the Kelly Mcgonical Ted talk then watch Alia Crum then watch my video listed. 
Mark Burgess’ book is a masterpiece (hard to read) on systems thinking, complexity, uncertainty and something he came up with called Promise theory. 
The devops chain of the Goal, Phoenix Project and my Handbook is also a good thread.  My guess is based on our conversation you should either start with Toyota stuff or Mindset stuff.  
Dekker stuff is masterful on human factors and resilience ..
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As an evangelist we have a responsibility to at least attempt to get things right. A lot of people take what we say at face value and the wrong message can get force multiplied. The reason I was frustrated with your comments were because it didn’t seem like you wanted to put your comments in the proper perspective. Let’s do this now…

####At Linuxcon NA 2014 this was the state of Docker…

  • Docker was a little over a year old…
  • They were still at Version 1.1
  • Docker engine has been downloaded around 400 to 500 million times since then
  • No one knew at that point how pervasive this technology was going to be in it’s first 2 years.

Here’s a list of things that happened in between Linuxcon NA 2014 and 2015 (prior to your comment)…

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Getting Started with LIbnetwork
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Getting Started with Libnetwork

Install

# Install Docker and Consul on both hosts
 
sudo apt-get install -y unzip wget curl

wget -qO- https://experimental.docker.com/ | sh
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vagrant@ubuntu-1:~$ brctl show
bridge name	bridge id		STP enabled	interfaces
docker0		8000.56847afe9799	no		veth1d7688a
							veth1e8fe74
							veth81b88a1
							vethb681704
							vethbef14d1
							vethcbabc1d
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