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About BPI-methodology

What types of requests do I work with?
Often, most business owners and top managers are concerned with predicting the implementation of the strategy and reducing T2M (time to market — i.e. the time from idea to final implementation and provision of the service/product to the end consumer).

At the same time, there is a need to achieve these indicators without additional investments in a large team of Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches.
The BPI methodology helps to successfully cope with this task, guaranteeing the achievement of ambitious strategic goals up to 80% within 1 year.

Increasing employee motivation by up to 30%, all while hiring/training and certifying only one certified BPI Coach.

In order to do this, you can train and certify your Agile Coach or use my support services.


Azbuka Vkusa results in numbers:
  • 85% per year
    achievement of strategic goals on average
  • by 2.5 times
    reduction of T2M
  • by 400%
    increase in productivity
  • 10%
    improvement in quality
  • 30%
    increase in eNPS (employee Net Promoter Score)
Magnit results in numbers:
  • 85% per year
    achievement of strategic goals on average
  • by 345%
    increase in productivity

Advantages of using the BPI methodology

  • Increase in goal achievement by 300-400%
  • Positive trend in company profits
  • No need to hire a large team of change agents
  • Wave revision of the strategy allows it to refine and update it in accordance with the needs of the client
  • Increased employee engagement and improved results and eNPS.
    Employees feel more sense of purpose and support in their work
  • Effective interaction between all departments without changing the organizational structure, absence of conflicts, and alignment around a common strategy
  • Company leaders have more time for market analysis, creativity, and ideas instead of constant monitoring of employees
  • Implementation of BPI methodology helps start the Agile transformation of the entire company faster, as transparency, cross-functional work, and wave-based strategy delivery influence every department, not just IT
  • Development of a continuous improvement system.
    Since teams are the authors of improvements, they are sincerely interested in improvements implementation
  • The company becomes closer to the customer, reacts quickly to market changes, and remains successful in highly competitive conditions