When looking at Lead Time for diagnosis it is important to look at the lead time distribution. Every work item completed gives you one sampling of lead time. As you continue to complete more and more work, you start getting more and more samplings of lead time, usually with different durations. If you sort your sample from the shortest to the longest duration, you have your “lead time distribution”. This is an important metric as it represents your time to market or your time to value.
Anecdotally the feeling in the delivery organisation may be that delivery teams are overloaded, people are working long hours trying to keep up, but the demand is unrelenting. Leaders and stakeholders are frustrated, and this is manifesting in bad behaviours and a low trust environment. Key people are leaving, which only ratchets up the pressure on those that are left behind.
Today, after an extensive 12 month early-access program, we’re excited to officially launch Flomatika.Flomatika offers an Australian-built platform that brings the clarity and insight you need to fully understand your product delivery ecosystem. It enables you to discover sources of delay, identify constraints, and recognise opportunities to intervene. Flomatika will give you the power you need to improve speed, increase quality, and optimise value.No matter the scale and complexity of your organisation's delivery flow, analysing it is easy with Flomatika.