Collaboration Maturity - Optimized Natively

Our organisation is devoted to providing optimzation in development organisations for the processes, the methods, the tools and the information management (PMTI) that is used - or needs to be used - to deliver the efforts of daily work. Your organisation might be any of a global corporation, semi-large to small product or service organisation, a subcontractor consultant organisation, an educational institution - or a smaller team within any such organisation.

Collaboration Maturity is an area of growing research development. In essence, any models used to evaluate the maturity of collaboration efficiency in a company and/or development organization is a good starting point for achieving efficiency and high quality on deliveries.

To be successful at delivering high quality at a desired time to a satisfied customer, a development organization should look into the processes, the methods and the tools for providing information exchanges and product and/or services evolution. These PMTI aspects of culture and development frameworks must be Optimized Natively within the organization.

This is what we do, know and practice at Collaboration Maturity!
To get it ON, see contact information below.

Achieving Collaboration Maturity

Success factors for achieving Collaboration Maturity in development organisations include, but is not limtied to:

Motivated management and teams

A core success factor is to gain team motivation for collaboration, and there is no better way to do this than to show how much less personal efforts can be required by providing a thought-through supportive toolchain to achieve Quality Through Efficiency!

Lifecycle perspective

At the core of any successful development organization lies the implementation of an efficient Configuration Management methodology.
And not only that; the development organisation must also have the timeline management of the complete lifecycle under control.

At Collaboration Maturity, we call this the Lifecycle Configuration Management process, and the out-of-the box solution we offer our customers we call iLCM.

Searchable and retrievable information access

Not only must a development organisation deploy the well-established processes of Configuration Management to

Minimized manual labor through automation

In every transaction where information is processed, i.e. not just read, it is vital to minimize the manual labor.
Typically, defining processes and leaving the responsibility for following the process at the individual team member will be error prone as soon as there are a multitude of steps of little or no obvious purposes.

In a coding development organisation a typical example is to have the developer perform several manual steps to prepare, execute and document the compilation of sources into a deliverable.

Contacts for consulting services

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Email for information:

Thomas Karlkvist:

Cell/mobile phone: +46 705 70 36 00