K595 Management consultants are really good at managing projects, teams, and company-level product development departments; describing business models, and transforming organizational structures. In Agile and traditional cultures.
K959 experts can help you manage your projects or set up a Project Management process for you. We come, analyze, evaluate, and propose ideas, then you choose and decide, and we implement –visualize workflow and specify PM activities, inputs/outputs, gate checklists, useful artifacts: Project charter, PMt plan, Risk register, Responsibility matrix, Stakeholder management, and Communication plans.
K595 project managers can re-launch your teams to work in a new manner. The so-called "Team kick-off" consists of a number of workshops with real-life useful results at the end: Team charter, Team agreements, Competence map, Stakeholder matrix, Delegation board, Meetings schedule, and agendas, Definition of Done, Process metrics, and others.
Product dept. transformation
We can describe your current biz model and facilitate brainstorming session to SWOT-analize it and then come up with fresh ideas on how to update it.
What is more, we help adapting organizational structure to make your company more product-focused and customer-oriented.
WSJF – "what is and how to use it" video
This is a short 12" video on what WSJF is and how to use it.
T-Shape people – why does your team need such?
Who are the “T-shaped specialists”, and why this quality is desired to be present in any of your team members, and is important for the effectiveness of the team.
Why should a User story fit in one sprint?
What are the benefits of Stories smaller than one iteration? Why divide Stories into even smaller pieces? Why should you split them?
Ways to split big User Story into smaller ones
The word “decomposition” is used in several ways: 1) dividing the story into subtasks by type of work — for example, write requirements, design a solution, create a design layout, write code, etc. — or by architectural layers; 2) dividing a large story into smaller, independent stories that fit in one sprint.
Minimal Viable or Marketable – Feature, Product, or Release
MVP, MMF, MMP, MMR. What do these all stand for?