We will assess your current situation and understand your immediate needs
- Where is your agile transformation currently
- Technical Excellence
- Technology and Tooling
- Scrum and Management
- Portfolio Management
We will tailor a specific training agenda to your individual needs
- Scrum.org – PSF, PSM, PSPO, PSD (Java)
- Management 3.0
- Scrum Quickstart, 2-4 hour introduction
- Agile Testing, 2 hour introduction
- Pay it Forward Scrum Training, essential ‘free’ PSM trainings for students
We will provide coaching along your agile journey from on-site to touch up
- Agile Quickstart
- Agile Transition
- Agile Product Portfolio
- Agile Project Liftoff (Agile Chartering)
- Agile Offshoring support for Distributed and Dispersed Teams
- Virtual Agile
Upgrade your business to another level
Continuous Improvement. Competitive Advantage.
Scan the annual reports of well-known public companies today and “lack of agility” will be listed high among the risk factors many are facing. Such indeterminate exposure is unsettling for investors. When a company lacks the ability to quickly adapt to changes in the marketplace, its future earnings are uncertain.
But how to shift from a “business as usual” mindset to one of agility? A productive starting point is to identify where within an organization agility is already being practiced– and showing tangible results. For a growing number of organizations, such success can be clearly quantified within software development teams practicing Scrum. Their iterative and transparent work style is consistently delivering higher quality software on more disciplined release schedules to greater customer satisfaction. But agility cannot continue to thrive in a vacuum. Its widespread adoption needs to be fostered by the organization as a whole.
Effectively scaling agility requires that the effort and productivity come from the bottom up and its strategy and championing come from the top down. Agility PathTM does both. Agility PathTM is a framework developed by Scrum.org to help managers align a company’s key domains (product development, sales, marketing, finance, customer support, et al) into teams that work nimbly with one another. Collectively, these teams create an agile organization. Their common goal is incremental, quantifiable, and continually improved upon benchmarks of success. These incremental successes yield increased competitiveness and greater ROI over time. “Lack of Agility” is dropped as a risk factor on the annual report, and investors regain confidence.