Do these statements sound familiar?
“We had no shared common understanding of how we should complete projects”
“Really what it was, [there] was no process per se, it was every step of the process that needed to happen, really was happening concurrently.”
“We’re all applying little Band-Aids on it, and all of the sudden, you’re just left with one ball of Band-Aids and no one wanted to own it anymore.”
“In a situation like that you can imagine that morale gets stretched pretty thin.”
These are the comments from one of our customers about their project delivery process.
The reason project teams struggle to deliver is not because they don’t want to, but because of the structure they live in. They don’t communicate well, don’t share the same work priorities or have the same goals, and simply can’t see what needs to be done.
Making your projects visible is key building that collaborative team and moving your projects forward.
In my new book, Visual Project Management, Simplifying Project Execution to Deliver On Time and On Budget, I explain in detail the Viewpoint Visual Project Management methodology. In this video case study, you’ll hear from the team at Datu Health how they used it to transform their software development process.
At the end, they’re saying this:
“The idea that you need to slow down to speed up, that you need to focus on a single thing at a single time, is extremely powerful”
“We can slowly see the team getting confident, gaining happiness, job satisfaction, feeling less burnt out.”
“The future’s pretty awesome. It’s everything you want”
Watch the video below to see how they did it, or read the text case study here.