Tag: CXO

A Story of Two CTO’s: How one succeeded, and one did not

Once upon a time, there were two new digital banks, who wanted to change the world. Both had a great vision of the future, amazing technology teams, and visionary CEOs. One day both CEOs asked their CTOs “How long before I get my new digital bank?”

Three Key Stages for Adopting Value Stream Management

With increasing awareness and adoption of value streams and alignment of companies’ digital transformation, Here is a blog sharing three key stages for adopting value stream management platform.

3 Techniques to Improve your Reporting to the C-suite

Status reporting is a crucial aspect of project management and provides invaluable insight into the progress, quality and efficiency of delivery. However, most project management reporting is undertaken at a set level of detail and a more high-level C-Suite focussed report is often overlooked. This is a missed opportunity, as keeping the C-Suite up to date...

What is value stream management?

Agile, Project, DevOps – each promises to drive process efficiencies, but as software delivery becomes increasingly complex, organisations looking for their next workflow advantage should look to Value Stream Management. The accelerated pace of digital change in the working world means that today’s CTO must deliver more with less, making it critical to understand where...

Help your data-driven CEO understand engineering and quality.

In our experience, the majority of CEOs come from non-technical backgrounds. Whilst there is no doubt they know what their engineering teams do, when pushed on specifics most quickly admit the technical nature of the function is beyond their area of expertise. After all, surely this is what the CTO and engineering leadership team are...

Three reasons why we built neuro

Through our work with many technology and business teams over the past decade we have seen significant change and a closing of the gap between business and technology. This has given rise to opportunity as well as new challenges for teams and executives.