Level up your organization with Value Stream Management and HCL Accelerate
We all want to improve our organizations. There is a large body of evidence suggesting that implementing the right organizational structure and automating the software delivery process moves the needle in the right direction. Still, leaders are reluctant to invest in such transformational initiatives having no gauge showing them where the problem really is and to which degree such initiatives really improve the delivery process in the end.
HCL Accelerate Value Stream
Value Stream Management comes to the rescue. It is a discipline that applies a systematic approach to measuring and improving the flow of work to reduce the time it takes for an organization to deliver value to the customers. Practicing VSM means being able to visualize, measure, track and improve the flow of work.
HCL Accelerate is a tool that does precisely that – continuously and non-invasively collects data from your existing ALM tools and visualizes the flow of work in your software delivery process in terms of lead time, bottlenecks, work types, etc. In a way, it acts as an organizational ECG: continuously monitoring organizational heartbeat, showing you the current condition of your software delivery process and giving you feedback on the actions that you take.
We understand that reasonable improvement actions yield a better flow of work and shorter lead times. And oftentimes we can observe this qualitatively. But VSM tools such as Accelerate can quantify these improvements based on real-life data and provide better feedback on what works and what doesn’t, and where in the process you need to focus your improvement efforts to achieve a better flow of work.
In this webinar, we will shed light on what Value Stream Management is, how it can help organizations, and demonstrate how HCL Accelerate can be used as a gauge of your improvement initiatives.
HCL Accelerate Dashboard
Save the date and join us at Level up your organization with Value Stream Management and HCL Accelerate Webinar organized in cooperation with HCL Software on November 24th, 2021 at 2:30 PM.