Agile

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The path to an Agile Transformation

When I came into contact with Scrum as a trainer circa 2015, I understood from my colleagues that it was a new project management methodology. Training courses according to PRINCE2, ITIL or another best practice were common at that time. At first sight, Scrum seemed very simple thanks to a few books I had read. Until I looked into it in more detail.   Project management We understood that in addition to Scrum, there were various other Agile approaches to project management such as... Learn more

Agile way of working

Agile is a philosophy aimed at effectively dealing with insecurities within organisations. The starting point of all Agile work is a self-organising, fixed team that consists of various disciplines and is capable of realising concrete results in a relatively limited timeframe. Agile working is not a goal in itself, but a way to intelligent ly deal with insecurities. The philosophy has its roots in software development, but holds value for all processes where the correct approach or desired... Learn more

Agile in control

As a manager, you support the Agile principles. And now the first hurdles have been passed, you can see the transition to Agile beginning to bear fruit. But you are still missing your own role in this. Or perhaps you are experiencing less control and are doubtful of how to tackle the administration and take responsibility. After all, you are responsible for feeding and following the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle. You are still the person who senses whether or not there is enough control over the... Learn more