An effective strategy for a digital journey through the IoT landscape should include People, Places, and Things. Our guide to The Internet of Threes can help you focus your strategy on the areas that need the most work.
So many organisations embark on their digital journeys without a map and find themselves lost in a world of acronyms.
Our workshops on planning, collaboration, and communication help your teams become more effective at meeting their goals.
Our training sessions on defining “DevOps”, writing effective run-books, and platform automation deliver the skills your team need to embrace change.
Finally, our Digital Cartography programme converts the data from all our sessions with your teams into a map that you can follow for the duration of your project.
Sometimes you find that the digital journey you thought you were taking is heading in the wrong direction. The output from our maps is flexible enough to help you change course, or even end your journey early.
We believe that failure is always an option, as long as lessons are learned from the event. We can help run post-incident analysis in a way that encourages responsibility, rather than apportioning blame.
If you enforce responsibility and accountability on people, it can lead to negative working practices. We work with your teams to help them take control of their work, whilst providing frameworks to track progress.
At some point, you will reach the end of your current digital journey. This will most likely be because the project or product is complete, however, sometimes circumstances change and the project is no longer required.
Whatever the reason for the journey coming to an end, we can help with the post-project analysis. These in-depth sessions ensure that you build on what you have learned, and improve for the next journey.
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