A pragmatic approach to overcoming DevOps roadblocks

Improve go-to-market speed and product release frequency by adopting proven best practices from leading companies.

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Conclusion: Transforming with Devops

Making DevOps an organizational mindset doesn’t happen overnight. For it to take root, top-down support is required. Corporate cultures where transparency and collaboration are the norm will find DevOps to be a natural fit. Those with more departmental boundaries or legacy bureaucracy might take a little longer to complete the transformation.

It’s time to get lean.

Our signature workshop puts custom software development on the fast track. First, we get key stakeholders in one room for one day. Then, our product development team takes charge (with a box of fun) to orchestrate the ultimate workshop—resulting in six key outcomes required to accelerate your product to market.

The workshop is designed to challenge your team to think critically about building the best digital product for your business. All you need to do is get the right people in the room. Without fail, we will get the stakeholders aligned in just one day—which is more than most companies can do in months.

One rule of engagement:

No upfront documentation allowed.

We prefer to focus on the problem we’re solving, the user and business needs, and the ways we will measure success.

This daylong workshop empowers business leaders to walk away with the information and alignment needed to jump-start product development, DevOps, or any digital transformation to net measurable results for their organization.

Six key outcomes

  1. Defined Business Goal. A clearly defined business goal with success metrics

  2. MVP Requirements. The minimum amount of requirements necessary to kickoff the design process

  3. Hidden Requirements. Bringing people from different functions together to uncover what impacts goals, scope, and priorities

  4. Shared Understanding. A shared understanding of the business process, end users, and their pain points

  5. Scope & Priorities. An agreement on scope and priorities to meet the business goals

  6. Product Release Strategy. A phased approach to releasing your product to market