Plan

Sprint Planning:
Planning the work to be completed in the upcoming sprint (defined timeframe)


Do

Sprint:
Agile implementation of selected requirements from the product backlog into finished product components (increments)

Plan

Sprint Planning:
Planning the work to be completed in the upcoming sprint (defined timeframe)


Act

Retrospective:   
Evaluation of results, reflection of team performance and the development of measures aimed at continuous improvement

Check

Review:
Presentation and review of finished product components


Act

Retrospective:   
Evaluation of results, reflection of team performance and the development of measures aimed at continuous improvement

Do

Sprint:
Agile implementation of selected requirements from the product backlog into finished product components (increments)


Check

Review:
Presentation and review of finished product components

Higher, Faster, Further – Getting a Head Start Through Agile Projects

There are several agile methods to increase efficiency and promote creativity and flexibility: In numerous projects, the Scrum framework has proven the most successful for our clients’ goals.

  • Scrum provides few, very easy-to-implement rules and processes that give project teams a clear structure for the agile transformation process.
  • In Scrum projects, orders are processed in short-cycle implementation and feedback cycles and the results are evaluated. Changes in requirements or framework conditions are immediately taken into account so that the focus stays on customer benefit.
  • Due to strictly prioritised implementation, all project participants focus on the essentials. Close collaboration and complete transparency of the process also noticeably improve the quality of products as well as economic results. This is because instead of distributing tasks and responsibilities “silo-like” into departments and hierarchies, agile organisations build around them in a customer-oriented and result-oriented manner.

What we recommend to our clients – we consistently live ourselves. And, because we structure our own business agile, we not only understand issues and concerns – we also have our own experience in facing them head-on.

Rapidly increase your project performance short-term! 

5 Agile Principles

  • High customer satisfaction through early and regular delivery
  • Constantly checking and adjusting
  • Transparency and honesty with all involved
  • Empowerment of employees and self-organisation
  • Regular iterations in short periods of time

AGILITY enables the highest level of flexibility and consistent customer focus through efficient feedback, customisation and implementation cycles in complex environments.

 

5 Lean Principles

  • Define the value of a service from the customer’s perspective
  • Consider the entire value stream
  • Bring and keep the flow of value into flux (end-2-end)
  • Align production according to the demand-oriented pull principle
  • Strive for perfection through continuous improvement

LEAN means creating the highest possible value for our customers by avoiding waste, optimally coordinating all necessary activities and making the most of employees’ skills.

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