I'm working as a developer in a small software company (not outsource, product oriented, around 15 employees). In our company most positions are mixed, especially in management. Basically we have CEO and 2 PMs who're working with clients, prioritizing tasks, working on a product vision and so on, i.e. do all the organization staff.
I have a feeling that we have a lack of attention to our internal processes: development, quality assurance, deployment are far from perfect. I tried to suggest some views on how to improve them from my current position, our managers liked what I suggested but every time it was either getting postponed or implemented partly or there was nobody who forced people to use the new things and so on.
I want to ask for some sort of promotion to have the time and power to manage these processes: agilize things, improve/introduce CI, CD, test automation and so on. Keep an eye on how all members of the development/QA are using our bug-tracking system, source-control and implement best-practices so on and so forth. I also want to be able to make people follow the new practices (not just recommend).
What would this position usually be called?
How should I ask for this in a way which won't say - "you're doing it all wrong, let me show you how to manage your own company"?
I don't have management experience but I'm just tired of our clumsy process and feel that I can do it much better. How do I approach the above in a professional and positive manner?