Any of the following challenges sounds familiar ?

  • Lack of tangible benefits months after your Agile transformation
  • Teams complaining that Agile training takes too much time
  • Teams resisting adoption of Agile
  • No recognizable Agile behaviors months after your Agile transformation
  • Increasing number of processes in Agile than before

Our Solution: Take an Incremental Agile Transformation Approach

An incremental Agile transformation approach can offer the following benefits:
  • Reduction in long training sessions and meetings for better use of your employees’ time
  • Reduced resistance by introducing a few small changes at a time
  • Realize Agile behavior in your business in a short time with an incremental learn and do approach
  • Incremental approach for benefits in weeks
  • Problem-focused for targeted solutions

What’s the difference?

Traditional Agile Transformation

  1. Months spent on Assessment, Planning and Training. 
  2. Implementation of  full Scrum/ Kanban. 
  3. Busy perfecting practices instead of focusing on solving the problem with Agile Mindset.  
  4. Overwhelming employees by training them all Agile mindset/practices at once. 
  5. Mindset/Practice not targeted to specific problem at hand.

Incremental Agile Transformation

  1. Focused on Identifying highest priority problem and gain a deeper understanding of it  
  2. Implement just enough Agile Mindsets and Practices to solve the problem 
  3. Ability to measure the benefit for learning and adding more mindset, practice, team structure and tools incrementally as needed.
  4. Easy to learn and embrace a smaller dose of an Agile mindset and practice at a time. 
  5. Targeted approach allows current problem to be solved  quickly.

Hyper focused on solving problems

Incremental application of Agile mindsets and practices

Increased focus on Agile mindsets over practices

Measurable results to validate the solutions

Solve Challenges at multiple levels



Work on Organizational Challenges (Employee engagement, Organization structure, Culture, staffing etc.)



Work on Business Challenges (Customer churn, high support call volumes, Customer experience, customer engagement etc.)



Work on Product or Service Delivery Challenges (Product quality, time to market, departmental dependencies etc.)