Over the past few years, agile development techniques have entered the IT domain, and Lean start-up principles are now prompting organizations to define minimum viable products to learn quickly from customer feedback. In our experience, mature scrum teams are an essential cornerstone of agile working, but on their own they cannot ensure the delivery of added value to the market. Close collaboration with business representatives, e.g. product owners and stakeholders, is necessary to ensure that the business realm also spills over to delivery teams. Leadership that facilitates transparency and a “fail fast, learn fast” mentality, flanked by agile portfolio management, is also needed for delivering customer value in the long term. It is a real challenge to remain compliant with legislation and keep control without losing the desired agility when delivering new products and services to the market. Quint’s track record with our clients speaks for itself, and proves that our agile approach is successful in the long run.
Why become an agile organization, and why start experimenting with agile working? In our Awareness workshop, your management and teams learn about the potential of agile working, the power of short feedback loops within teams, creating flow, and instant decision-making. This workshop prepares you for your journey.
How agile are your organization and teams? Becoming agile is a journey in which you learn and improve continuously. This Maturity Assessment is an online tool that helps organizations understand their current practices, decide what next steps to take, and learn how to make incremental commitments in order to become a more sophisticated agile enterprise.
We help you with your transition to an development process with a scalable architecture that empowers you to speed up the delivery of high-quality software. By using our agile software development principles, you will be able to achieve self-organization, prompt adjustments on your portfolio, a reduced backlog, aligned teams and, most importantly, business focus.
Quint is your partner when it comes to realizing business value from an agile transformation. We teach your teams to become self-organizing, optimize their way of working, and manage stakeholders. Not only knowing what, but also knowing how, why and when to act, makes your agile transformation effective.
Applying Agile principles is not easy. It primarily involves having your people collaborate in high performing teams. To unlock your potential, a cultural shift is necessary: one that demands commitment from management and strong leadership. Quint helps you to implement these new behaviors and develop the leadership skills needed for a successful transformation.
The concept of Agile has migrated beyond its initial place in software development. Other business units are achieving success by working in an agile way, especially where project management is concerned. We help you create business units that shorten project timelines and improve your response time to changes on the market.
How do you deal with 10, 20 or even more agile teams? How do you govern the change and release process while prioritizing the portfolio and product backlog? SAFe is a well-established approach to implementing Agile at the enterprise level. Quint ensures that organizations effectively implement SAFe.
Agile project management is a value-driven approach that allows project managers to deliver high-quality work. Agile project management is about embracing change, delivering features with the greatest business value first, and having real-time information to manage costs, time and scope. As a result, there will be fewer costly end-of-project surprises, and increased speed of delivery.
Governance is about aligning programs with an organization’s goals. It defines how initiatives are set up, managed and controlled. Agile governance is the application of Lean-Agile values, principles and practices to the task of governance. We help you to set up an agile governance structure that enables you to mitigate risks and capitalize on new opportunities.
Training your people in agile working is the ideal way to align your organization or project team with the concepts of Agile and its associated methodologies. Although many people talk about using Agile, there are many misconceptions and misunderstandings. Proper training helps to embed the concepts and clarify the differences between the various methods available.
This Agile Awareness training course delivers a strong introduction into Agile and the Agile way of working in just a single day. The course focuses on the concept of ‘agility’ in an environment…More info
The value of working with Agile and Scrum lies in the fact that both the client and the IT delivery team continuously acquire and build up insight. In this Agile Scrum Foundation training course, the…More info
Based on the proven fundamentals within DSDM Atern, this Agile Project Management training and certification (AgilePM® Foundation) provides the ability to deliver agile projects in organizations…More info
PRINCE2 Agile is a solution combining the flexibility and responsiveness of agile with the clearly defined framework of PRINCE2. This framework covers a wide range of agile concepts, including…More info
The role of Scrum Product Owner is perhaps the most extensive and demanding role in the scrum process. Product Owners are at the center of things. Within a project, the Product Owner must…More info
Agile refers to a group of methodologies based on iterative development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams. Scrum is a…More info
Scrum is the most commonly used agile approach in software development. The reason for this is that it can be understood quickly and can deliver results in a relatively short space of time. Many…More info
Scrum is currently the most commonly used agile approach in software development. Scrum deals primarily with the team process. But what if you want to scale up the Agile concept to the program or…More info
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