Business Agility Unchained
Effective Agile training need not be expensive, and it's not unreasonable to expect results right from the get-go. When teams learn by doing, starting with a few basic principles to improve workflow, you get the benefits of incremental improvement without time lost in the fog of theory.
- Flexible scheduling
- Adaptable cirriculum
- Level based learning objectives
- Assessment criteria for verifiable outcomes
- Starter queue modeling
- Engagement driving channel toast
- Multiplayer real-time responsive board
- Replay retrospectives ® take coaching to the next level
- Remote, live event and mixed-mode sessions
Some of the biggest obstacles to Business Agility occur at the various leadership levels, not on the first-line team level where most Agile training programs put all the emphasis. The Manager Game addresses these common shortcomings with a curriculum of core management principles, covering fundamentals of cost control and productivity in software development and operational services.
Ana Michelle Godeck — "Airframe"
Ana Michelle Godeck — "Mannequins: working from the airport"
Gan Khoon Lay — "Agile stick figures"