is your team tired of mediocrity? would you like to see what made other executives say these things…?
DO YOUR DEVS HAVE A PURPOSE?
So many talented teams nowadays have come to terms with being a highly-paid Jira-resolving machine. Day in and day out, bright people sit down to churn on the next ticket. Weeks go by without feeling any achievement was made. What if you could do something that created genuine impact? Won’t you like to finish the quarter with tangible business-denting results? Habitual innovation efforts help manifest qualities that make R&D and everyone around them work better and laser-focused on results.
FROM PRINCIPAL ENGINEERS TO PRODUCT ENGINEERS
Engineering teams naturally want to improve and innovate. Without the proper processes and platforms, they gravitate towards the path of least resistance. They obsess over tech debt (are you one of those teams allocating 30% of their sprints to “lowering debt”?). They care about using the latest thing topping Hacker News, even if it doesn’t really provide any benefit to users. Teams get into a spiral of useless tech improvements, rewrites, and navel-gazing. What if you could direct their zeal and creativity towards the business? Imagine the compounding effect of having their shower thoughts be around product novelty and improvements and not the latest Node.js package.
HACKATHONS ARE A HACK
Have you spent the customary two-day hackathon once or twice a year with nothing to show for it? Teams often end up with a lot of half-baked ideas, barely anything merged to production, and even what is done has no real significance. Wouldn’t you like to provide them with innovation time that has a tangible impact? What about allowing them to exercise their creativity more than two days a year? Habitual innovation in the form of intermissions has successfully created Tech Capital and made teams achieve world-class novelty.
LET’S UPGRADE YOUR TEAM TOGETHER
No one set out to create and lead a team that’s just… average. Life is too short to spend years toiling without real challenge or self-actualization. You spend hundreds of hours hiring people and paying them a small fortune, only to have them become drones. Remember the times when each day felt like you were making real progress? Wouldn’t you like to relive those days? You, too, can lead a team that’s maximizing its potential. Regular innovation, coupled with remarkable Product Mastery, can feel like superpowers.