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Agile Discipline Alignment™

A united, seamless delivery model that supports capabilities through common processes, dedicated resources and a single point of accountability. 


Common IT leadership challenges:

Unification

CHALLENGE:

Saving multiple sources for business and technology talent results in a lack of unified processes, inconsistent onboarding practices and a loss of productivity.

Alignment

CHALLENGE:

Discipline areas are not aligned to support and strengthen the capabilities within the program. Currently, there is nothing in place that drives people to the same place.

Focus

CHALLENGE:

Business leaders spend time and effort focused on the “how” to get things done instead of the bigger picture.

Accountability

CHALLENGE:

There is no common way to measure the success or failure of current initiatives.

WHAT'S BETTER:

Lifescale Analytics could be your single source for people, processes and systems. This would result in a unified approach to discipline management. This strategic approach to team development leverages skills from a larger pool of professional resources who are able to bring broader knowledge than single sources from a variety of sources and backgrounds.

WHAT'S BETTER:

At LSA, we focus our vetting, onboarding, and training of talent efforts with the goal of discipline alignment. People, processes and systems chosen would be based on how well they line up with the mission of the practice, not just how they perform at the task level. The result of discipline alignment goes far beyond accomplishing tasks today – it improves the capability of reaching goals in the future.

WHAT'S BETTER:

Partnering with LSA would allow business leaders within the program to focus upwards instead of downstream. They could spend more time in strategy mode and less time in management mode. Ideally, leaders could focus on strategic business initiatives and accelerating time-to-market. This renewed focus on the core business allows a transfer of knowledge in both directions, enabling proactive measures to be taken to make continuous improvements.

WHAT'S BETTER:

LSA’s account and practice managers are the single source for the accountability of practice performance. Key metrics would be in place to measure progress and results. The scope of projects would be managed in a more effective way. Our account managers would understand the current and desired state of business, share information, and remain committed to strengthening core competencies.

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