Agile Project, Program and
Portfolio Strategy

We make your projects more successful.

Our project, program, and portfolio management strategies will help make your products more successful and rescue your struggling delivery needs.

What We Do

We help make your projects more successful

Over a decade of research by the Standish Group (2017) highlights that projects that use Agile are more successful than those using traditional, Waterfall methods.

Standish Group Chaos Studies 2013-2017

We rescue projects

When projects get stuck in “analysis paralysis” or are stalled and failing to deliver, our agile approaches improve transparency so you can have clarity about the issues. We then work side-by-side with you to remedy the issues and get things back on track.

What happens when we help you?

Productivity

With disciplined Scrum, you can produce twice as much in half the time.

On time delivery

Agile projects are always on-time and rarely suffer issues with budget or scope.

Improved risk profile

Projects' risk profile dramatically decreases through the transparency that agile brings

To support these outcomes, ZXM has modern services in the P3O space, including:

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Proven Results:

Supporting Teams Transition to Remote Ways of Working

Within 2 weeks remote guides were developed and provided to agile teams as they started to transition to working from home. The agile teams were able to pivot to the changes and stay productive in delivery.

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Agile in Marketing

ZXM coach digital marketing company Fishbat to pivot faster with Scrum as its strategic operating model

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Focusing on Cycle Time to Improve Time to Market

Using a kanban approach and focusing on key measures of flow, the team was able to reduce cycle time by 50% and reduce lead time by 30% thus improving their time to market and delivery effectiveness.

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Increase your Ability to Pivot with Agile Change Management Practices

Traditional Change Management’s linear approach exacerbates the steepness of the change curve and leads to a “Productivity Dip” as it attempts to manage risk through upfront planning. Agile Change Management addresses this dip by iterative customer feedback to focus efforts on the most important activities, determined by customer value and stakeholder impact and outcomes

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What is an Agile Coach?

There are a lot of misconceptions about what an Agile Coach is or isn’t at the moment. Are they the Scrum Master of a team? Does their role include coaching the team or is is something more?

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Agile Strategic Planning for Executives

Can you predict the future? Can it really be planned in the 21st century? In the face of relentless technological change, disruptive forces in industry after industry, global competition, and so on, strategic planning often seems like pointless wishful thinking.

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