We work with you to understand your context and customise approaches for your organisational goals and business needs. We help you define and evolve a thriving organisational and team culture. Here's a list of examples from recent projects:
- advise executives and coach people leaders,
- review and revamp hiring processes,
- calibrate performance reviews,
- implement metrics for improvement,
- work with technical teams to improve product delivery cycles,
- implement career paths frameworks,
- establish product support processes.
We offer culture workshops on leading engineering teams, engineering better hiring practices, and inclusive and resilient leadership for diverse teams.
We also offer technical workshops or customised workshops tailored to your company's needs.
We foster a network of people to learn, improve, and grow together. We create a small and trusted environment to allow everyone the opportunity to listen and be heard.
We coach tech leaders in effective management practices, to become engaging, thoughtful, and inclusive leaders. We partner with the tech leaders to develop and maintain a lasting culture of learning that can attract great candidates, engage and motivate the engineering team, deliver better products in less time, and increase team's retention rate.
We can help you hire, onboard and support associate developers onto your teams. This program shapes your development team environment to be more supportive for new developers, mitigates the costs of integrating them, and lets everyone do better work, write better code, and create better products.
We work directly with your engineering and product teams to deliver to your roadmap. We serve as role models and mentors while delivering features and improving code maintainability.
We analyse and review your codebase to help you understand its current state, scope of technical debt, and any potential process bottlenecks. We look for code architecture design flaws, test coverage, code churn and complexity, potential vulnerabilities, god objects that should be broken down into smaller objects, and other Rails anti-patterns.