Even for companies that are no strangers to Agile, it doesn’t take much to suddenly find that their processes are stalled. While most such deviations are relatively easy to spot early on, they’re more of a challenge when they begin to affect processes down the line.
If your enterprise has implemented Agile before but now answers yes to any of the following questions, it might be time for an agility tune-up service:
Anchored in our Path to Agility® framework, our agility tune-up services root out issues that might be stumbling blocks to Agile. Agile tune-ups are ideally completed onsite. Remote teams can participate virtually as needed. Typical tune-ups can be started and completed within one week. The process unfolds as follows:
The data-gathering phase includes interviews with teams and individual members and observing people and processes in action.
Agile training and targeted Agile coaching that address the vulnerabilities exposed after the data-gathering phase.
Completion of onsite coaching and recommendations for metrics to track for continued agility. Enterprises also receive a roadmap with a baseline and goalposts to measure progress toward business agility.
“Before working with Agile Velocity we never finished a sprint. We are now completing sprints consistently and pulling in additional work.”
“We accelerated through our transition with Agile Velocity’s help. The Path to Agility was crucial to our journey because it focused on outcomes, strengthened our capabilities, and became an integral part of our improvement mindset.”
“[The best part about our transformation] once we got out of the bottom of the change curve, the energy fundamentally changed. There’s something about having things on the wall, having standups, and operating differently that they were able to take ownership in a way they never had the context to do well before. It was exciting and felt good to be around.”
“Our culture has changed significantly. We are a good place to work. We were voted one of the best places to work in Texas. But within IT, we were very siloed. Teams didn’t interact with each other, and we didn’t interact as much with our onsite business customers. But, now what you see is that buzz and energy. Everybody is really focused on collaboration and tackling things together.”