Doing the right things instead of doing things right
- Peter Drucker
You operate in a fast moving environment and need to speed up working cycles.
You want to explore a new initiative and want to find out what works in a short amount of time.
You feel stuck with traditional management approaches and want to try out new ways of leading your team.
Agile processes originate in IT development but are also widely applicable outside of the software industry. Agile management refers to 'responding fast and with flexibility to a rapidly changing environment without sacrificing quality, cost control, motivation or customer needs.' So how do you bring in agility or fine-tune your agile way of working?
Depending on where you are, we tackle the following questions:
WHAT IS AGILE MANAGEMENT AND DO YOU NEED IT?
How do you manage complexity?
How can you focus more on what is critical in your business?
What change do you need?
What is holding you back?
Where do you see yourself/your team in the Agile Manifesto?
What skills need to be built up?
What processes need review?
What training do you need?
FINETUNING THE APPROACH
How can you measure the success of agile management?
How can you further increase velocity?
What if it doesn't work at all?
Is there an expiry date to agile management?
Lean Startup Form, Value Proposition, Agile Competency Inventory, Waste Analysis, Agile Coaching Practices, Lifecycle Management, Scrum Framework, Timeboxing, Agile Adoption Practices, Velocity Framework, Scaled Agile Framework, Best Practices