For Business Leaders
Prove and improve the benefits-performance (a realistic proxy for ROI) of your digital or product portfolios.
Deploy an objective and transparent framework for performance-based funding of initiatives.
Deal better with B2B or B2C churn.
Improve organizational agility.
Enable next stage of growth by taking pre-emptive action on orgdesign and operating model. Avoid growing into silos for product, design, and engineering.
Converge faster on product-market-fit without squandering capital.
For Digital and Technology Leaders
Transition from Project to Product and make it work effectively for application development or engineering organizations and for infrastructure & operations organizations.
Review management structure and their ways of working.
Assess and Improve alignment with business.
Rebalance outsourcing, use of internal/external shared services.
How Chief Digital Officers can gain more than a token seat on the strategy table by progressing from showcasing tech outcomes to demonstrating business impact.
Review alignment of enterprise architecture strategy with business strategy.
For Software Delivery Leaders
Assess and Improve delivery capability.
Help PMOs understand and report flow metrics like Change Lead time and flow-efficiency in order to improve speed-to-market.
Review usage of project management and CI/CD toolchain in order to get better value out of them.
For Non-Profit and Government Leaders
Introduce agility into your context (Agile outside technology). Determine the right subset of agile ways of working appropriate to your context. Coach key stakeholders on how to support a rollout.
Improve collaboration and alignment among teams.
Address time and cost overruns of projects.
For HR and related Leaders
Improve hiring, retention, and growth of good-quality tech talent by:
Improving your tech recruitment process.
Revising your tech job architecture (job families, roles, and levels).
Facilitating tech role migrations.
Moving to digital-age appropriate hierarchy with Cleararchy.