Agility by Design
When it comes to technical projects, we have been there, done that and seen the trends come and go. Our combined decades of experience on hundreds of projects using every conceivable methodology has led us to becoming
We’ve seen how Agile works to help teams accomplish breakthroughs on delivery time, product quality, creativity and team cohesion. Now,
We’re on a mission to help you optimize your software projects, programs and products through training, coaching and applying Agile Principles and Practices.
Let Pacific West Partners help you deliver great results with our Training, Consulting, Coaching and Product Management Services, all served up with the secret sauce we call
Whether your company is attempting to implement an Agile / Scrum software development framework for the first time, or you want to simply improve and refine your current Agile / Scrum practices, our team has the proven expertise and tools to lead and facilitate your success.
Our team is made up certified and seasoned Scaled Agile Framework SAFe Program Consultants, Scrum Masters and Scrum Practitioners. We will not just map out your company’s Agile or Scaled Agile Framework adoption strategy and plan, but we will work with you and mentor your team on an ongoing basis to be sure the adoption and socialization process is successful.
Your team’s last brainstorming session resulted in an avalanche of exciting ideas! But concepts for new products and improvements to existing offerings are only as good as your ability to bring them to fruition.
PWP’s unique approach of applying Agile principles to traditional Product Management shortens time-to-market and provides a systematic approach to the full circle of product development.
Our Agile Product Management Coaching, Consulting and Training services will give your team a clear path to launching and managing new products.
Clients Challenge: This national HMO had been using their legacy Pharmacy operation application platform for over a decade. It was not able to continue to evolve and scale to meet their growth and needs of the Pharmacy business and needed to be replaced. The replacement program had been ongoing for over 5 years, with various fits and starts.
The term Scrum comes from a 1986 study  by Takeuchi and Nonaka that was published in the Harvard Business Review. In that study, Takeuchi and Nonaka note that projects using small, cross-functional teams historically produce the best results. They write that these high-performing teams were like the Scrum formation in Rugby.