Enterprise Service Design and Orchestration engages the complex problems inherent in large IT organizations composed of adaptive teams. Rather than homogenize the practices of teams, we design negotiable, evolving boundary practices in the spaces between teams, enabling deep heterogeneous practices to exist in context.
OpsFlow techniques create flow across the desired value chain and align organizations to the nature of their work. PraxisFlow focuses on how work flows through and among teams, silos, and divisions. We firmly believe that an innovative environment is possible only when flows accommodate and support multiple management styles simultaneously.
How can an organization implement that design and strategy, seamlessly moving from the current state to the desired state with minimal disruption to workflows and the customer experience? PraxisFlow co-designs implementation with clients, helping them understand how to the do the work better and then sustain those improvements over time.
In 2014, Kevin Behr and Jabe Bloom established PraxisFlow to focus our consulting work and scientific and design-led research into enterprise service design and orchestration.
Dynamic and visionary IT Strategist, Chief Scientific Officer and author, with over 25 years experience directing companies to success through a combination of scientific research, Thought leadership and technology architecture, business development and management expertise.
An experienced executive leader of software and product development companies. For 20 years he has focused on connecting design with software engineering and operational excellence.
Currently he is pursuing a PhD in Design Studies at Carnegie Mellon University (PA). His research focuses on understanding how temporality can better inform Transition Design.
Cat thinks describing oneself in third person is weird.
Rashida is passionate about designing human-centered products & services.
Complex adaptive system based educator specializing in inquiry and experimentation based pedagogy
Progressive technologist for 36 years with a focus on helping organizations make the transition from traditional development/system practices to modern tooling, processes and mindset.
A rational thinker with roots in systems engineering and object modeling. Over 25 years of experience delivering simplified solutions that meet current needs while enabling future growth.
Paul likes source-control a lot.
30+ years in IT/IS, as a director, architect, team lead, developer, database modeler, and numerical/data analyst. Kanban Coaching Professional active in national and Denver lean-agile and kanban communities.
An international consultant in finance, education, technology, and entrepreneurship with more than 10 years of experience in generating and integrating business solutions for diverse clients. Also a veteran of the London stage.
Julias has been applying lean and agile techniques to technology and marketing organizations since 1999. He is currently researching engineering practices for virtual reality and augmented reality development.
A developer and team lead since 1990, Rob started practicing Agile methods in 1998 (3 years before they became known as Agile methods!) and found his passion for Extreme Programming in 2000. Practicing TDD since 2002 and specializing in ATDD and specification by example since 2004. Rob is also a lover of clean code and small batch coffee.
PraxisFlow works with leading practitioners who are driving the evolution of management theory and practice. Are you exploring the edge of theory? We’d love to hear from you.