Predictable & Agile delivery 


Releases to production has increased 600%
and still rising




100,000 fewer incidents from releases this year!

This bank's CTO focussed on two metrics and achieved transformational results
Evidence from real-world research shows that technology-dependent organisations produce better financial results when they improve the performance of IT delivery. This research is particularly relevant for banks and other financial services firms whose legacy application stacks are often accompanied by legacy thinking, beliefs, and behaviours.

"We see continued evidence that software speed, stability, and availability contribute to organizational performance (including profitability, productivity, and customer satisfaction). Our highest performers are twice as likely to meet or exceed their organizational performance goals." (2019 State of DevOps Report)

The Future of Agile Leadership

Introduction The future of leadership is Agile There are many different types of leadership styles and not all work well in every situation. The most popular method, the "Command and Control" style which has been…

Business Agility Leadership Coaching (BALC) at HSBC

Business Agility Leadership Coaching (BALC) emerged as a consequence of asking leaders and managers across HSBC how they wanted to improve their agile leadership. Our proposed solution hit a sweet spot because we were 100%…

What does focussing on culture mean to XYZ Consulting?

We have some mid-tier consultants in at the moment who are "focussing on culture." Since we don't separate culture from delivering value to customers, I asked what that meant in practice. Apparently: "A generic scheme…

Visualising Progress using the Stand-up Game

We had a (brief) discussion about tracking progress as a team. I reacted against Jira because a) I dislike the user interface as it's a collaboration killer, and b) we aren't a software development or…
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