Agile Ways of Working
The best way to approach a project — and its oversight — depends on its complexity.
When projects are innovative and little is known specifically about the path forward or when projects are complex and impossible to frame out in their entirety, an Agile approach is certain to get something of value in the hands of clients sooner than later.
Organizations turn to Springhouse to gain an understanding of Agile frameworks when…
- Teams are attempting to embrace an Agile framework for the first time
- Teams vary in their understanding of a particular framework
- Teams are struggling to map an Agile framework to their line of work
If your organization is looking to adopt Scrum, Kanban, or SAfe, Springhouse collaborates on the most effective way to improve the use of these frameworks.
Let’s talk about an Agile training plan
Private Scrum Day or Series
Springhouse aligns itself with Scrum.org’s educational offerings and Professional Scrum Trainers. A great way to inspire Agile teams within the organization is by hosting a private Scrum Day or Scrum Day Series that brings the expertise of this well-rounded community directly to leadership and its teams. Read more about our customizable Corporate Training Plans.
New Course: Applying Professional Kanban (APK)
Applying Professional Kanban (APK) taught by Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller is now available in the Springhouse Course Catalog for open enrollment or private training.
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