Fast-Moving Teams

Deliver up to 300x faster!

Supercharge your agile organization through Fast-Moving Teams. Deliver increased revenue and better products through high iteration speed.

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Why should you care?

Real-world results*

Some results of switching an organization into Fast-Moving Teams:

  • 200+% increase in revenue

  • 99.5% decrease in static costs

  • 100% employee satisfaction

  • 30,000% (300x) increased product iteration rate

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* Note that these specific results are not guaranteed and every resultset depends on multiple factors, everything from the business area to the product to the current state to the willingness to change. However, they indicate what is possible when you genuinely focus on relentless improvement.

What is it about

What are Fast-Moving Teams?

Fast-Moving Teams is a framework for building teams and organizations that deliver results faster and with higher quality. It achieves this by focusing on and increasing product iteration speed as much as possible. You can think of it as supercharged agile.In practice, it is a group(s) of people that deliver high-quality results towards an agreed business direction through high iteration speed.

High iteration speed

High iteration speed is the core of the high delivery rate. You can define it as time spent from planning an observable change to delivering it to production. Additionally you can add the time it takes for receiving feedback/data from it. As a whole, allows people to understand the changes better and have a higher understanding of the system. This leads to better productivity, products & value propositions. And most importantly, it leads to happier people.

Note: It is not about rushing to make as many changes as possible

Benefits of high iteration speed

  • Higher quality of work

  • Faster feature delivery

  • Higher learning rate

  • A better understanding of the products & the problem space

  • Higher motivation through the high frequency of achievement

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Transforming your company

How to get there?

There is no such thing as free lunch and as such, building fast-moving teams is a major undertaking that forces you to rethink all parts of your company and processes. However, at the other end of that process await a state of being where products move and evolve faster and people are happier.Building fast-moving teams are about a constant state of change, a relentless pursuit of improvements over every piece of the organization.In practice, building Fast-Moving Teams happens bottom-up - Where the actual value creation is done. The rest of the organization and processes should be formed around it.A key aspect of this is the production process (and all the supporting functions around it), which should be considered equally as, if not more, important than the product itself that comes out of it.

More to read

Here are a few articles on starting your transformation journey towards Fast-Moving Teams:


If you want to get the benefits of Fast-Moving Teams faster and with fewer mistakes, I can help as I've done this before successfully and can help you plan and execute the transition.

How can I help?


Everyone is capable of doing the transformation to the world of fast-moving teams by themselves but going alone is probably not the fastest nor the cheapest way to do it as you will have to find what works and what doesn't yourself.This is where I can help - I've been building teams, and processes for the better part of a decade and can help you to get there faster, to faster business impact, better quality, and happier people.In practice, this would mean doing an assessment of the current state of your teams and organization, defining where you should be in order to start seeing the benefits of Fast-Moving Teams, and creating a personalized transition plan & timetable to get there.You can contact me for more details.

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About me

Mikko Tikkanen

I've spent the last decade and a half building & leading fast-moving teams. I've done it in everything from agile startups to international corporations. With some of the biggest companies in the world as clients.The need for this framework came about when I started the transformation in a new organization. I wanted to be able to vocalize why this thing works.So, I started writing mental models down and forming the structure for the transformation. Somewhere along the way, I concluded that this could be helpful to others as well. So, here we are.

If you have any questions you can contact me either through email, Twitter or LinkedIn