Are you looking for simple practices to improve the collaboration between projects or to shorten your product development time? Or are you just interested in ways to boost the motivation of your development teams? Instead of applying complicated, unsuitable procedures, collect information about your organization and start a step-wise improvement project based on actual needs and competencies.
Start with an improvements backlog
You need to prepare your organization for the change. The change receives a direction – with the vision, which entails the goals as well as their value for the customers and the organization. Prioritize the topics to address, and build a list of improvements called the improvement backlog. It will grant a sound basis for a successful continuous improvement. Use agile principles, to learn and adapt your improvement backlog as you move forward.
Order the Poster, take your ship and experience a journey in the flows of continuous improvement. Meet gentle or mean dragons and see the places that we experienced in improving our own development projects and with our customers. Sometime, this poster will allow you to recognize your situation and discuss it with your team!
Continuous improvement at SIX Financial Information
Ever increasing amount of data, rising need for high quality and short lead times as well as a high pressure on costs... Michael K. Steinhöfel-Córdova, Head of Quality Management, explains how SIX Financial Information carried out a continuous improvement project in the IT division of Request & Change Management for data and software development to cope with these challenges. Get the full customer story (PDF)