Whether building out a small co-located team or developing a more distributed engineering capability across the globe, many companies struggle with knowing how their “agile transformation” is performing. And with 70% of digital transformation projects continuing to fail due to the lack of insights.
Companies face many challenges including developing high-performance teams, tackling legacy technical debt and agile governance through to organisational level communication, leadership and cultural issues. Becoming a truly digital enterprise with an effective agile engineering capability can be a considerable challenge.
Workbench delivers real-time data on your agility and maturity in order for your product teams, senior leadership and C-suite to make adjustments.
Whether you need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your agile teams or benchmark engineering capabilities across offices or geographies, Workbench will give you the data and insights to measure and continuously improve your agile maturity.
We focus on a number of key components of a highly effective agile engineering team including:
- Creating a high-performing team culture
- Balancing agility with appropriate governance
- Using data to drive efficacy of output
- Culture and leadership required for organisational agility and innovation
James Cannings - Founder
Break down silos
54 percent of companies surveyed in a recent study confirmed that agile was critical to help foster collaboration between departments that do not actually work together.
Organisational Intelligence, impacting Agile Engineering