We make agile simple enough that it's accessible to any team - so everyone can enjoy agility, flexibility and adaptability.
The agile model goes back to the 1970s, when technology began to explode and the pace of work became exponentially faster.
In the early 2000s, a group of technologists came up with a set of values that helped to make the methodology more easily understood. They called it The Agile Manifesto.
Up until the last five or so years, agile was used almost entirely by software development teams. This is no longer the case. Teams across all kinds of organizations, including business operations and HR are discovering the value.
Over the course of our careers, we've run scrum teams, designed scalable agile processes, trained development and project managers, and brought agile product thinking to traditionally reactive teams in People and Operations.
Agile Fundamentals Workshop
In this workshop, you will:
Learn the agile manifesto and explore what it means in practical terms
Learn the concepts and best practices behind the agile methodology
Understand the reason agile is so popular
Learn the core processes and rituals that help teams deliver on results
Understand the difference between Scrum and Kanban
Learn and practice how to facilitate agile teams
Learn and practice how to run an agile team remotely
Examine your organizations attitude towards experimentation and failure
Explore how to begin introducing agile to your team / your workplace
Walk away with a plan of action and the confidence needed to take at least the first step
In addition to offering dedicated workshops for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals. If you'd be interested in one of those sessions, let us know...
Rachel and Andre did a fantastic job of keeping us on track and helped us make things visible that were otherwise sequestered in everyone's head.