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Moving a lot in small steps

Agile working is a flexible and adaptive working method characterised by short, iterative development cycles and a strong focus on customer needs. It is based on principles of self-organization and continuous learning, with teams regularly reflecting on and adapting their way of working to become more efficient and effective. This fosters a culture of open communication, engagement and collaboration, enabling rapid adaptation to change and constant improvement. The core of agile transformation therefore lies in the implementation of agile ways of working, the promotion of an agile mindset among employees and the use of agile methods to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of teams.

A successful agile transformation requires careful planning and a strong commitment from the management level. Transformation often begins with small pilot projects that are gradually rolled out across the organization. These projects demonstrate the value of agile methods through tangible business results. An important aspect of this is learning and constant adaptation, as not everything is known and can be planned from the outset.

The wave of agile transformation has hit almost all companies in recent years - but in some cases it has only washed up post-its and Kanban boards. The desired effects have not been achieved everywhere. A consistent focus on business impact and regular joint reflection are crucial for the success of agile working methods. This is how you achieve faster product development, customer focus and more motivated employees - you become a truly agile organization. What is the real problem? What should the solution look like? What is the right tool? And how can we tell if we are making progress? Our Agile Consulting team supports you in your agile transformation and with all relevant questions true to the motto: Inspect and adapt!

What we work on with you

Agile portfolio management

Popular and successful in the market? Also grown strongly - organically or through skilful integrations? Wonderful! Then now is the ideal time to focus your organisation on the right topics.

Which activities create the greatest added value for customers, now and in the future? How are projects and initiatives prioritised? How can your organisation remain manoeuvrable in the short term despite a full project pipeline?

Agile HR: Employee Experience

Nobody likes HR? We do! But to do this, HR has to inspire employees. Not so easy with a reputation as a bureaucratic administrator. This can only be achieved by changing perspectives. With approaches such as service design thinking and user experience, HR can move into the fast lane and make a difference.

Who are the key customers in the HR portfolio? What are their Moments that Matter? How can employees be inspired?

Agile Sales Push

Sales lions as lone hunters? In the complex B2B environment, that's not enough (any more). Reliable statements on the feasibility, profitability and attractiveness of offers require coordination - but there is little time for this. Agile approaches for cross-functional collaboration are the key to successful sales teams.

What roles and tasks are there in the sales process? How can they be optimally interlinked? What coordination, processes and incentives are necessary?

Agile Rhythm

Flexible and adaptive, but not disorientated. Objectives and Key Results (OKR) can set the pace as a new instrument. The tool harmonises a rousing vision and quantifiable goals. But be careful: you get what you measure.

What are the right goals to drive your organisation forward? What does an OKR rhythm look like that grooves without being too demanding? And how ambitious must and may goals in the organisation be?

Leading Agile

On the way to a more flexible world? Agile leadership is relevant even before organisations become agile. Managers need to find their way through the jungle of buzzwords and know the right methods. Responsibility and delegation should not be opposites. We provide support with the right mix of training and agile coaching.

Which methods should your managers have with them? How is their role changing? What is error culture and what does it mean for the leadership team?

Agile product development

Better, customer-centred products in less time. The goals of agile product development are as trivial as they are attractive, but the way to achieve them is less so. In order for the product to fit the customer later on, the problem and team as well as the structure and method must also correspond.

What problem do your customers really want to solve? Who do you need in this process? What does a dynamic development cycle look like for you?

What we have achieved with our clients

HR Employee Experience
Leading Agile
Agile product development
Talk to us

Are you facing a strategic change in your organisation? Or do you want to empower your managers to bring about effective change in your organisation? Then we should talk to each other.

York von Negenborn
York von Negenborn
Project Manager
Lucas Brosi
Lucas Brosi
Associate Principal

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