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What We Do
Now-a-days, all teams are expected to be agile in their delivery. Agile teams are a norm. Teams adopting Agile are often burnt-out and cannot sustain their agility. The sustainability of a team’s agility has got to do a lot with the skills of the coach. The Agile Coach teaches, mentors, and facilitates the teams in agility aspects, and removes the organization barriers impacting the team’s agility in the long run. The “Agile Coaching Certification” course delivers the key agile coaching content, skills and mindsets. It is highly interactive and experiential. This primary objective of this course is to bring about a transformation in the team culture through creating competent and skillful agile coaches.
Before understanding what an agile transformation is, an understanding of what it means to be agile needs to be identified. Agile, loosely defined, is the “ability to move and think quickly and easily” or “to move in a quick, coordinate fashion. In the world of software development, one of the main goals of adopting and transforming to Agile is to produce working, quality software in short, fast increments also known as continuous delivery. This often requires that teams to accept and implement fast, changing requirements.
Our Agile workshops help new Agile teams get a solid footing when they first apply new Agile practices to their real-world work. Workshops can also help more experienced teams learn advanced practices that enable them to make the quantum leap to the next performance level.
Our consultants demonstrate the effective use of practices through examples, simulations, hands-on exercises, and, most importantly, by completing work with your team. Although our workshops are generally only one to three days, each one offers an in-depth focus in a specific practice area. They can be delivered as standalone events or combined with other workshops and services to provide a customized learning solution.
Agile is a way for teams to work together to develop a product using an iterative, incremental method of managing the design and build. Building products one small piece at a time encourages creativity and enables teams to respond to feedback and change, to build exactly and only what is needed.