Are you struggling with your Agile adoption?

Or maybe you want to take it to the next level? Agile Diagnostic, the MOT check for your ways of working.

Let's find out how your teams are really performing!

The Agile diagnostic has enabled our clients to understand why Agile adoption isn’t delivering the desired results and provides a clear roadmap to get them back on track.

We identify, capture and understand how Agile & Lean ways of working are deployed by your teams today, explore any issues and highlight the potential for improvement. Our 38 point Agile Diagnostic covers Technical, Product Management, Requirements Management, Testing, DevOps, Operations, Delivery and PMO. Our analysts engage with Management, Customer and Delivery Teams to get a comprehensive perspective of your current development capability.

Our approach is data driven to reduce the risk of cognitive bias and establish evidence in your existing processes and systems to validate any issues found. All the diagnostics we’ve conducted have uncovered systemic problems across our client organisations that, once resolved, have a profoundly positive impact on performance and culture.

The Agile Diagnostic produces a roadmap for a successful Agile transformation program providing you, your key stakeholders and executives with clear direction and an action plan for success.

What are people saying?

“We hired Solutioneers to help us to baseline and understand the delivery capability across 8 data science teams. The approach really was second to none and provided us with a roadmap for improvements.”
– Rolls Royce

“Insightful, Actionable and scalable. The diagnostic was thorough and enabled our teams to explore new ways of working. Highly recommended.”
– Sky Betting & Gaming

“The diagnostic is not ‘are you compliant with Scrum’! You are assessed against 23 delivery principles for high performing teams which provides a detailed action plan.”
– AO.com

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