How We Help
If your organization develops software, you may find that, no matter what resources you throw at the problem, you keep struggling to understand and hit the actual business goals. What does get achieved requires great effort and comes with great pain for everyone involved. In fact, you may even have noticed that investing in more capacity actually makes things worse.
The Common Challenges
More Or Different Work Management Processes Haven't Helped
Leaders often turn to process improvements when adding more personnel fails to improve their situation. Implementing popular work-management frameworks like SAFe, Scrum, LeSS, or Kanban might provide some benefits, but engineering teams still frequently continue to struggle with achieving business goals.
In fact, it is very common for the introduction of new work management processes to come with its own set of headaches.
Have you heard your engineers complain about how the new process is overbearing or too heavy?
Do your stakeholders still complain that they’re not getting what they want?
Skills Hasn't Helped
It's not your fault, but
You're Solving The
This is not happening because improving the skills, processes, or even adding additional people are bad ideas. It’s not a failure of the techniques or improvements and, it’s not a failure of the your team to adopt these improvements, either.
Most teams that succeed in adopting a new skill or improvement and gaining a productivity boost from it do so because they were ready to make that change. Most teams that either fail to make the change or don’t see any improvement aren’t getting results simply weren’t ready for that change.
However, better change management alone isn’t enough to make these changes stick and get to success. The problem is almost always that something foundational is missing, and without that, whatever change is made is only temporary and will be of limited value.
Skills Hasn't Helped
Our approach to improving your company’s ability to realize business value through software product development directly addresses this fact. We know what is necessary to succeed in software product development and we know what gets in the way of teams adopting those things. So we have devised a structured approach to organization transformation we call the Producore Framework.
The framework addresses things that software organizations need but often overlook, sometimes not even realizing they need them. We ensure that your teams will adopt the right changes at the right time and that, before they try adopting any particular skill, technique, or process, they are completely ready to do so. We take a holistic approach, making sure that you build a supportive infrastructure and management tools you need along the way.
Ready to transform your software product development?
Book a call with one of our principals. We will explain how we can address the foundational issues that may be holding you back. Contact us today to get started.