One of the newer methodologies available, design thinking is a solution-based approach to solving problems. Leverage brainstorming and prototyping activities to achieve innovative and human-centric solutions.
This tends to be the optimal way to tackle software development initiatives. Through detailed requirements gathering and iterative delivery processes, teams are enabled to move fast while providing discrete packages of work that are often part of a bigger initiative.
This approach is most often associated with creating and managing startups. This is not just for tech, though. Through the use of ideation and proof of concepts, this system will enable you to deliver and test a product offering quickly, while offering continuous learning opportunities that will help you better your final product.
While not always the best approach for software projects, Waterfall definitely has its place. This practice will allow you to identify a sequential and consistent approach to build and deliver a specific and complete product.
This methodology is at the core of just about everything we do - both in and out of the office. Through the development of effective team training and a look at ongoing needs, this process will enable any organization to successfully navigate and adopt planned and unexpected change.
This approach to coaching allows individuals to shift their mindset and create new possibilities through a holistic and mindful process of self-discovery and awareness.
Leveraging years of project experience and a variety of tools, we have developed a basic PM toolkit that provides you with the most important templates needed to effectively deliver projects.
This template provides a clear, mapped approach to a new business or product. Through a 90-minute interview process, we will help you identify your objectives, desired client segments, key resources and most importantly, your value proposition.
This is one of the most powerful tools you will use to truly understand and empathize with your clients (both internal and external). This workshop allows you to articulate and improve your customer’s experience in lasting ways.
This fast moving cycle is a critical component of both Lean Startup and Design Thinking. In 90 days or less you will identify a delivery approach to your product or service offering, test it in the marketplace with minimal expense and development costs, learn from your target clients, and pivot to test new approaches.
Planning is often viewed as labor intensive and bureaucratic. However, without a proper plan, you may miss key steps that would affect your results. This 7 minute interview allows you to partner with leaders to identify what they want to do, why, how, and most importantly how they define success.
Getting from an Idea to Done can often be painful. Through this tried method, you will learn to quickly develop your idea, define an execution plan, and prepare your team to make it happen.