Bratton and Company, Inc is a California corporation founded in 2009. We offer expertise in Agile and Lean practices including Agile Coaching, Agile Process Transformation, and Training. Our consultant clients have worked on projects with Fortune 500 firms and start-ups including PayPal, LinkedIn, Comcast, Hewlett Packard, Cisco, Good Technology, eBay/StubHub, Twitter, Prudential, and Verisk Analytics.

We specialize in: Agile Practices (Scrum), Lean (Kanban), Scaled Agile Framework, and Organizational Change. As part of our Agile and Lean Transformation Practice, we partners with Scaled Agile, Inc. ( and Rally Software ( We are active in the Agile community as sponsors of the Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network, the Tri-Valley Agile Leadership Network, AgileCamp.

Bratton is unique in the Agile and Lean arena because our leadership is actively involved in leading Agile transformations and working with teams. Our leadership is deeply involved in transforming and training multinational corporations having hands-on expertise with real-world experience. Further, our leadership has worked with executive and team-level coaching.

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Hyperdrive Agile Leadership focuses on maximizing performance by aligning your organization’s core values through strengthened Agile systems including: innovation, product development practices, and human systems.

We are nationally certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Astra Women’s Business Alliance, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

2014 Agile Sessions Hosted by Bratton & Company

Want to know what attending AgileCamp is like? Check out these videos featuring some of the amazing Agile leaders who have spoken at our events!

Disruptive Leadership: The Power of Scrum featuring Jeff Sutherland

Dr. Jeff Sutherland is one of the inventors of the Scrum software development process, CEO at Scrum, Inc., and author of Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time. Hosted by Bratton & Company and Sponsored by the Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network

AgileCamp 2014, Track 5: “Getting Things Done with Agile & Lean”

Visual Roadmapping with Kanban

This Session was presented by Mahesh Singh at AgileCamp 2014. Takeaways from this Session were:

  • A typical roadmap planning/ pruning process
  • The challenges of managing the roadmap using traditional tools
  • Using Kanban board(s) to manage high level themes and detailed requirements/user stories
  • Some practical advice on keeping things simple