Agile Thinking

The challenge

Teams come in all shapes and sizes. The business domain they are active in or the technology they work with adds to their uniqueness. Agile practices are designed to solve specific challenges in well defined team environments and therefore can be a struggle to understand or try to adopt, especially when your team environment does not match the one targeted by the practice. This leads to frustration, mediocre results at best and often to the word agile being banned to the catacombs of failed IT initiatives.

The opportunity

Does this mean that agile practices are not valuable for those teams? Does it mean that we first need to change the organizational structure before we can get the benefits that agile practices are trying to bring? Not at all. While not all agile practices - or at least as they are described in literature - will provide you with immediate benefits for your team and their objectives, all agile principles are applicable and will help guide your team to make meaningful decisions on the way to delivery.

It gave me some concrete ideas to improve our agile processes
Participant feedback

Armed with a deep understanding of the principles, your team can adjust some practices to fit their unique context and get the benefits they are after.

Let us help you

Agile Thinking will provide your team with this deep understanding of the principles underlying any agile practice, method or process. It will help your team to get most out of the practices it uses today and introduce practices that address immediate problems. Agile Thinking will help you implement Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, DevOps and other practices in a way that makes sense for you and the team.

I think 'Agile Thinking' was the most valuable thing for me in this workshop. Because before these sessions, Agile was just another popular software development methodology for me.
Participant feedback

Agile Thinking is your first step in sustainably transforming your organizational culture to become a learning organization.

Some facts

  • NPS > 65
  • More than 2000 participants to date
  • Minimum 15, maximum 50 participants per session
  • Targeting all staff, not just technology