Planning is a time-boxed event for the entire Team. Everyone understands the business value they will deliver.
The critical question at this point is, “where is our Risk in this work?” Performalise shows Teams their Risk score so they can plan how to mitigate it, increasing their success rate.
How does your Team do this today?
The Daily Scrum or Stand Up is not a status update; it is a valuable conversation for the Team to inspect their progress and raise a hand if they need help.
We want to know, “based on our position and understanding today, how confident are we to meet our Goal?” The Performalise Confidence Rating is actionable in real-time and a great way to track back to missed problems.
How valuable are your Daily Scrums?
The Sprint Review is a working session with Stakeholders to inspect the work delivered and potentially adapt the plan as we advance.
To truly Inspect and Adapt, the Team needs to know “how satisfied are Stakeholders with this product increment?” and “what would improve it?”. Performalise has an easy-to-use, actionable feedback mechanism that generates feedback for real transparency.
How do your Stakeholders like your Review?
Meaningful Retrospectives dive deep, looking for ways to improve collaboration, processes, tools, and quality. It is an intense meeting with a whole team involved! High-performing teams find real efficiencies, but many talk around a template, creating a list of improvements they never action.
Performalise works with your team to generate Improvements and presents them at the next Planning event. A continuous improvement loop to get better. All the time.
Do your Retrospectives drive measurable improvements?
Team-based analytics in Performalise help agile teams maintain a growth mindset.
First, team analytics can measure key team metrics over time. This allows teams to reflect on their successes and improvement areas and develop more strategic objectives for continuous improvement.
Second, team analytics can be used to identify and remove barriers that may be preventing teams from reaching their full potential. For example, team analytics can provide insight into areas of miscommunication or where team members are having difficulty collaborating or working together effectively. This can help teams develop strategies to foster collaboration better and improve their performance.
Finally, team analytics can track progress towards specific objectives and goals. This can help teams stay motivated and focused as they work towards their goals and provide a benchmark for measuring success. The use of team analytics can provide agile teams with the information and insight necessary to maintain a growth mindset and keep their performance and productivity at the highest possible level.
How does your data support the Growth Mindset of your team?
Company Analytics help organisations to deliver better products faster by providing insights into user needs and behaviours and understanding of product goals and performance.
Much-needed feedback comes from Stakeholder satisfaction and development efficiency. By having real-time visibility into performance, organisations can quickly adjust development and make informed decisions to improve their product, launching new features and updates faster. Businesses are better able to maximise ROI and gain a competitive edge by optimising processes and driving cost-effectiveness.
Indicators can include team happiness, the clarity of communication between team members or stakeholders, and a sense of direction from leadership. By identifying these needs early on, companies can address them before they impact the project timeline and quality.
Performalise metrics help companies identify areas of improvement and help prevent similar issues from occurring in the future.
Are you aware of which of your teams would benefit from targeted help?
The EBM framework in Performalise helps agile teams by providing a structured approach to problem-solving and decision-making. It encourages active collaboration, transparency, and shared ownership among team members, helping to foster a culture of trust and shared responsibility.
This allows teams to rely on facts and data instead of hunches or intuition when making decisions.
Evidence-based data also provides a better understanding of the current environment and allows teams to change plans and strategies accordingly. This is significant for all Agile teams since they often need to make quick decisions and be nimble to respond to changing business needs.
How well does your data support value creation?