We train agile principles for better understanding throughout the organization.
We offer introduction and supervisor support of agile processes for personal self-organization and teams. This includes, as required, models such as Scrum and Kanban in the IT space, or the use of agile practices in other areas of the organization.
The participants learn about agile methods that support lively collaboration across team and departmental boundaries, as well as promoting transparency and learning.
agile means dynamic, flexible, adaptable, lively, vital, flexible ...
All these attributes make life easier when it comes to change. Life is change; Changes are part of it and are absolutely inevitable.
Agile methods are currently well known in software development. At the same time, their use is not tied to technology. Agile methods can simplify life in almost every professional and private environment.
Increasing transparency: We see what we can do and what we have achieved at the end of the day.
We recognize bottlenecks and problems faster and can react to them.
Avoidance of Waste: We address the issues that are currently important and do not make detailed plans for the distant future
The quality of work and products is improving
We communicate more with the people involved
All participants have a better overview and are more involved
Through reflection and gradual improvement, we promote further development
A trusting and appreciative approach increases the satisfaction of all involved
Kaizen is a philosophy for gradually improving ways of working.
It was conceived in Japan and includes the idea that we do not always need new ideas and strategies to solve problems, but instead focus on optimizing existing ones.
Be it tools helpful in all areas and to arrange the same, so that colleagues quickly find their way around everywhere. Or the review and streamlining of processes to make processes easier and smoother.
It is important to continuously test small changes. This makes it easier to find out if the desired effect actually occurs.