Tech Team Maturity assessment
Why an assessment of your tech team(s) is relevant for you
Assessing the maturity of your tech team is crucial in today’s rapidly evolving technology landscape. It goes beyond just measuring their technical skills; it’s about understanding how well your team functions as a cohesive unit and how effectively it can drive your organization’s technological goals.
Mathias works as an application architect and (fractional) CTO/CISO. His key areas of expertise are: Cybersecurity, Compliancy, Industry best practices and CI/CD. He motivates teams to be the best version of themselves.
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Gerry van Bael
Gerry is a senior tech lead, application manager and solution architect. Gerry specializes in Object-oriented programming in general. He loves working in a motivated team. Sharing knowledge with peers is one of his key assets!
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Assessment based on key areas
The entire assessment track revolves around 6 key areas that cover over 25 relevant topics.
Phase 1: Assess
Team processes are about how team members work together to bring their individual skills, knowledge, and resources into play to tackle tasks and achieve common goals.
- Team dynamics: Obtain a better understanding of your team’s functioning, focusing on four key principles.
- Delivery: A mature approach to software delivery, configuration, or implementation entails more than just maintaining clean code, proper configuration, and a seamless go-live process. A thorough examination of each of them offers lots of useful information!
- Operations: Running your landscape on a daily basis, with all of the changes that entails, is no simple task. It all comes down to trust, continual change, and traceability.
- Security: Because of the range and complexity of threats, cybersecurity maturity is getting increasingly complicated.
- Product: Navigating your product in the correct direction is crucial. Providing value to both your business and customers is the foremost task at hand.
- Landscape: Software is rarely a stand-alone component in today’s technology teams. As a result, IT landscape management is becoming increasingly crucial.
Phase 2: Analyze
Analyzing means gaining knowledge about something by closely examining its individual components and understanding how they function in harmony.
Our team analysis will exist of the following components:
- GAP analysis
- Capability mapping
Phase 3: Communicate
Communication is key, both individually and in a group context. This is why we choose to split these communicative tasks in two categories:
- Individual interviews: Acquiring more context and further developing our understanding of the responses provided and experiences shared during the assessment by the participant.
- Team workshop: Getting everyone on the same page by discussing the current status through an interactive workshop involving the entire team.
Phase 4: Roadmap
Developing and presenting a comprehensive growth plan customized for your organization and team, ensuring it adheres to the SMART criteria.
Why should you choose us?
At Content & Coffee, we understand that the lifecycle of an application is not just a series of technical phases but a holistic journey that encompasses ideation, creation, optimization, and evolution. Like a finely brewed cup of coffee, our approach is a carefully crafted mix of essential elements, each contributing to the final product’s flavor and quality.