Successful products with Agile development. How do you do that? It all starts with understanding how much agility is needed in your line of business and specific context. We help you on your way to determine where you need to be and how to get there. We work with management teams and development teams to create lasting improvements.
Organizations pursue agility to improve their ability to adapt to changing market conditions. The agile way of doing that is to learn faster than your competitors. Achieving this at the organization level requires the organization to have a design that is optimized for learning fast and adapting to change. AgiliX works with you on organizational design, leadership, and improvements. We will make transparent:
- The strong points and points for improvement in your current way of working.
- Which organizational redesign is needed to achieve your objectives.
- How you can scale Agile to multiple teams.
AgiliX offers extended hands-on experience in leading large and small-scale Agile coaching initiatives.
Agile coaching for Scrum teams
Agile and Scrum can be a new way of working for people. It asks for a whole team approach where the team takes ownership of their decisions and where team success is a key objective. It asks for an environment where craftsmanship and quality are highly valued and the teams improve their way of working. To reach this mindset we coach teams on:
- Team dynamics
- Agile engineering practices
- Agile Values & Principles
We help groups become high-performing teams.
Our coaching is done by internationally recognized certified coaches and trainers.
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What others say
Certified LeSS Practitioner | Wout Jansen
Very usefull and hands-on training; a lot of best practices and many tips and tricks from the real world where discussed by an enthousiastic trainer (Cesario). I feel that I can use LeSS right away in my assignment.
Certified LeSS Practitioner | Diego Callizo
I am so happy I decided to participate in this training!. Cesario is a rare to find Agile Genius. I got tons of value by responding a lot of my old questions.
I.e. What are the musts in order to facilitate a successful Agile adoption?
I liked that the training is not based on prescribing roles and structures but mostly on changing the way we understand and think about complex systems. Some of the concepts explained like i.e. system thinking transform the way I understand big scale software development forever.
Certified LeSS Practitioner | Fabio Frascella
Great content and great teacher, the pace was just perfect and the interaction with the other attendees was priceless.
Independent Agile Coach
Wim van Broekhoven, Manager at PANalytical
Cesario gave good input for the vision to get a LEAN software process adopted that brought our previous SCRUM implementation to a higher level.
During the deployment he coached the organization with respect to the implementation and further improvements. He is capable of convincing management, developers and customer why LEAN should be used. He did this by giving good support to help teams implement it. He is strong in making things tangible so that people understand how to go from principle to practice. This resulted in a way of working which is supported by the developers, which was very difficult in the past.
Wim van Broekhoven
Software Engineering Manager, PANalytical
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