Almost every time I talk to somebody working on another team, when we start talking software engineering process, I usually am surprised that there's something they're not doing, or doing sort of funny. And I'm not talking about things that are a big pain in the ass to implement, like unit testing or code reviews. I'm talking about simpler, more basic stuff: stuff where all you need to do is buy an off-the-shelf product and give everyone a one-hour meeting on how to use it, or at the worst where you'll have to spend a few coder-weeks to write an in-house tool of some kind, and teach the ranks how to use it.
Now, you're probably thinking, "My team is at the top of their game. Jamie couldn't possibly have anything for us." At which point I should remind you of the whole "first hour free" thing - if we talk for an hour, and I've got nothing for you, then we can just walk away.
So, interested yet? email@example.com, or 310.529.1593.