When you grow people’s skills while accomplishing real work, winning becomes inevitable.
Our technical coaches (also called player coaches) are skilled professionals with outstanding coaching and delivery skills. They join your team to help streamline how you plan, test, design, code, review, integrate, and release software.
We couldn’t be more pleased with Industrial Logic’s player coaches. They’re transforming the way we work at Ford while helping us deliver business value through production code.
Michael Ulczynski, Manager, Ford Motor Company
Industrial Logic's player coaches did an outstanding job at McKesson. Their expertise and encouragement led our people not just to accept but actually to love valuable practices like pairing and Test-Driven Development that have made a huge difference for us.
Industrial Logic’s coaches work on your team’s current code base and deliverables, improving both the code and the team’s ability to manage their work. As full members of the team, they work with everyone to develop a rapport that enhances communication and collaboration.
Compared to a traditional coach, an Industrial Logic coach has insight into a wider range of challenges, including tool usage, organizational constraints, environmental issues, customer feedback limitations, and other hurdles.
This deeper understanding of the team’s context helps the coach maintain a pragmatic approach. Because it is specific to the project’s code base, all instruction received from our coaches is relevant and instantly applied, with the code usefully exemplifying how similar problems are solved. By reducing code smells and simplifying code, our coaches make it progressively easier for the team to implement design changes.
Success will be gauged via observation of:
Lowered defect rates
Increased learning and experimentation
Improved technical practices
Improved alignment with stakeholders
Greater psychological safety within the team
Increased collaboration among team members
Senior Coach Brett Schuchert works with programmer at Ford, giving an overview of cloud foundry terminology.