Product Transformation

Value Teams in an Agile Structure
Essentially, you manage your business on three Agile levels:
  • Portfolio;
  • Products & services, and
  • Team.
How you organize each of these levels is critical to the success of your company’s products and services. Here, it would be best to closely monitor your growth teams because they’re your most significant source of ideas and information.
The three management levels
Ordinary companies have gotten used to teams of only assembly-line workers, with the top brass handing down orders to them. This makes the companies miss out on a whole strata of ideas, hypotheses, and potential experiments.

When you split up the production flow into delivery and discovery, the focus shifts dramatically: you keep growing your products & services, whether you end up selling them or using them internally.
Discovery and delivery cycles
Essentially, they continuously create new growth areas, develop ideas for experiments, estimate their benefits, and improve their products and services.
How these teams work
A perfect match
Large businesses need constant growth, so, these teams become indispensable to every telecom, banking, or manufacturing business.

For large enterprises

To keep up with the market, you need to focus on the clients, extend your coverage, improve the quality of your services, and do it better every year.

For SMEs

Your product is the value that you bring to your clients and end users. When you build smart communication with your target audience, and proper business processes that support your steady growth, you’ve won half the battle already.

For product owners

Whether you deliver a product or a service, your customers and users are your main source of feedback. When your whole team keeps their eye on the goal, everybody wins.

For team leaders

How it works
We enter into an internal agreement between our coach and your team / company. This will make sure that everyone’s goals are aligned, and that we have concrete ways to measure progress. With this, you get a clear picture of the outcome and the steps you need to take to reach it, rather than a raw deal.
Every team gets a coach with the relevant expertise. They help set up your business processes, launch the whole array of required changes, and provide support and guidance to the teams and the company as a whole.
Coaching agreement
Tailored approach
Our coaches teach you how these teams work. They run all the relevant workshops and help team members learn how to use the right tools at every key step of team launch and support.
Online and in-person
Choose whichever format you‘d like, and we’ll make it work. Most of our training and workshops can be done both online and offline.
Steps (suggested plan)
We help you piece together the current picture, choose what prospective teams to launch, run a set of meetings and workshops where needed, and pick your first few teams.
Run auditing and strategy sessions
Train managers
Before dealing with the teams, we make sure your managers have the right skills and know all the new rules. This is a vital step because a number of your business processes and communication principles will transform, so it’s critical that your managers understand and agree with the new direction.
We train the teams and hold a joint kick-off meeting. We build our initial team relationships, compile the first version of the task set, define the progress metrics used by the team, and so on.

Train and launch teams

We continue to communicate with your team to assist them across all the key events that need to happen for them to succeed. Also, here is where we concentrate on developing key team roles, such as Product Owner.

Guide and support

Deliver reports and tools
Together with you, we choose the formats for your reports, and the tools your team will use to build them. This will provide transparency and integrity when tracking the teams’ progress.
Does this plan catch your eye?
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