Focusing on skills, communications, and community allows the project to be more effective and more agile.

Alistair Cockburn

Using a framework like Scrum, Kanban, or SAFe is insufficient for teams to deliver high-quality products continuously.

To effectively implement Scrum, SAFe, or other agile frameworks, it is essential to focus on 3 areas. I can help you and your teams with this.

Scrum & Agile practices

Whether you just started implementing Scrum or have used it for years, We can assess and identify the next step together. This could be areas like:

  • Intro to Agile and Scrum
  • Help when starting with Scrum
  • Coaching Scrum Masters and Product Owners
  • Team Assessment
  • Facilitation of Scrum and Team events
  • Product Backlog structure
  • Scaling Scrum across multiple teams

Technical Craftsmanship

Delivering working software in fast iterations demands the best practices from DevOps, eXtreme Programming (XP), and test strategies that support iterative development.

To help ensure you have the proper technical support in the teams, you can focus on

  • DevOps maturity Assessment
  • Intro to Agile testing for teams and test managers
  • Test-driven development for Developers and Testers

Leadership & Teamwork

Teams that demonstrate high performance typically exhibit a notable degree of psychological safety.

In instances where a team requires greater ownership, commitment, or conflict resolution skills, enhancing their collaborative efforts can be achieved through professionally facilitated team building workshops. These workshops specifically focus on aspects such as psychological safety, fostering a feedback culture, and developing team maturity.