September 13-16, 2022
Dublin, Ireland + Virtual
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Friday, September 16 • 11:45 - 12:25
Engagement of Open Source Communities – A Deep-dive Into EPAM’s OSPO - Christopher Howard & Anastasiia Usacheva, EPAM

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In a world of KPIs, OKRs and challenging enterprise level metrics it’s no surprise that OSPOs across the globe are under increasing pressure to demonstrate value to business leaders much like any other business functions. Additionally, with internal OSPO leaders increasingly wanting to track their community activity, industry reach and impact, there is a strong case for defining and leveraging open source metrics to meet these demands. Attaching value, and not just financial gain, to the efforts of OSPOs, contributors and the open source methodology is a difficult task. Numerous reports quantify and benchmark open source at an industry or geographic level but what is being done within organisations to provide this insight in a business context? Throughout this session, the speakers will present the business case for metrics specific to OSPOs and the value that introducing such measures can provide to organisations. Furthermore, a deep-dive into a series of scenarios such as contributor growth, language adoption and ensuring long term contribution will be explored with methods and ideas to monitor such data points including real world examples from EPAM sharing the tooling we have implemented to support with reporting on value and how this can be mirrored in other OSPOs.

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Chris Howard

Lead Open Source Program Manager, EPAM
Chris has 10+ years’ experience consulting for varied organisations in delivering their digital transformation programmes. At EPAM he is Lead Open Source Program Manager supporting employees and clients with their consumption, contribution and maturity in Open Source.He is engaged... Read More →
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Anastasiia Usacheva

Product Owner, EPAM
Anastasiia is a Product Owner at EPAM working in the Open Source Program Office where she is responsible for the development and promotion of a series of solutions designed and maintained by EPAM. Anastasiia leads on the Open Source Contributor Index (OSCI), an open sourced tool that... Read More →

Friday September 16, 2022 11:45 - 12:25 IST
EcoCem Room (Level 2)