With our training we want to reach all people who work with agile teams and those parts of the organisation that believe that frameworks like “Scrum” or “Kanban” are not feasible for them.
We often experience a discussion about frameworks instead of thinking about how the principles behind them can simplify our lives.
Furthermore, it is helpful for agile organisational forms if it becomes clear why and how product and project teams work with agile methods.
We shed light on the most important principles on which agile working is based and can be used in any context. From self-organisation to working in teams and projects.
This creates an understanding of the agile way of working and makes it easier to deal with agile frameworks such as Scrum and Kanban.
The participants put the new knowledge into practice interactively during the training and work out new possibilities for using it in everyday practice.
All our trainings and the Agile Living Movement programmes can be done live and remotely and are NOT affected by the current developments around Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and can take place.
These difficult times also offer opportunities: in a remote setting we offer many possibilities and examples of remote collaboration in teams. This supports with additional know-how for the coming months.
The training includes both live and remote one working day.
We work from 10-18 hrs
For in-house training, the premises including catering, if necessary, are organised and provided by the client.
For online training we work with Zoom and Miro.
We arrange dates on request.
We will probably train with two trainers and possibly with an assistant. The number of participants can vary live from 12 to max. 16 participants.
In online trainings we can increase the number of participants to 25.
Our fee is calculated from our flat participant fee plus VAT.
In live training sessions, the participants contribute their experiences on the topic and can try them out directly after short impulse lectures in subsequent training units.
In remote settings, participants can also contribute their experiences on the topic and, after short impulse lectures, directly test them in subsequent training sessions in breakout rooms.
We offer regular reflection sessions so that you can integrate what you have learned into your everyday life in the best possible way.
We work in small groups, plenary sessions and in pairs and look at the principles behind the agile way of working.