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Grow a Digital Delivery Capability


Creating a Digital Delivery Capability inside your organisation (also known as Digital Factory) is about acquiring the know-how and talents to repeatedly deliver successful digital products at scale.


We have helped more than 10 corporates and scale-ups create and grow their state-of-the-art in-house digital delivery capability with our 3 steps approach.

Step 1. Deliver an MVP in 10 weeks

Demonstrate that you can launch a new product in weeks, not months.

Low Hanging Fruit

Three criteria to identify the low hanging fruit that will be the right candidate:
  1. a well identified pain
  2. that can be solved with limited dependency on existing IT
  3. with a motivated product owner to lead the project


A "Minimum Viable Product" is not a prototype. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com, defines it as a rock-solid first version with minimum feature sets.

The key to delivering in 10 weeks is to identify the limited set of features that will allow you to go to market and start learning from your users.


User testing

The sooner your product is exposed to market and in the hands of your customers, the sooner you understand what they really need. 

The Theodo process allows you to user-test your product everyday from week 3, making sure your MVP solves the pain of your early adopters.




Step 2. Work towards Product/Market Fit

Once the MVP is released successfully, a lot of ideas and features will be requested with the risk of bloating the newborn product. We provide the process and tools to keep the whole organisation focused on finding product/market fit.

Clear Product Strategy

Product strategy is about: alignment with business strategy, clearly identified personas and user journeys, understanding of current strengths/weaknesses and focus on 1 to 3 key product characteristics to work on.

Our Starter workshops help us identify the product strategy together and ensure progress towards product/market fit is tracked weekly with analytics and user tests.


Teamwork through a visual 'Obeya'

Finding product/market fit requires teamwork from all parts of your business: product, engineering, marketing, operations, etc.

Align them all with a clear visual space, the "product obeya", and empower your management to take ownership of the difficult challenges and share their learnings.


Continuous learning with PDCA

Using the lean Plan Do Check Act framework, we consider every feature deployed in production as an experiment to test a hypothesis.

Even the best-in-class have less than 50% success on their new features. By evaluating features, you learn 100% of the time and work faster towards product/market fit.


Step 3. Ramp-up Teams & Scale Product

Once you find product-market fit, it is time to scale the product and ramp up the delivery capability around it.

Hire and develop digital talent

To grow your own capability and succeed in the current digital talent war, we share with you our hiring, training and coaching process.

This allows you to become progressively autonomous and acquire a unique in-house talent pool.


Tailored Process and Tech Expertise Transfer

We tailor together the Theodo process to fit your organisation and your products and then make sure it is adopted by your teams through embedding our engineers and agile coaches into your teams.

We also use one to one coaching and pair programming to upskill developers on technical skills and leadership.


Scale with kaizen

To address the challenges of scale and maintain a culture of no bugs, high productivity, and effective teamwork, we engage every team on continuous improvement of their local challenges using kaizen.

We have experience and tools to facilitate kaizens on the most common delivery challenges: bugs, lead time, productivity, etc. and help both engineering and product teams take leadership as the tech and organisation scales.