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WTF IS AGILE?!

Nowadays everything is ‘agile’, work should be ‘agile’ or projects should be ‘agile’. But why? And how does that work?

Agile working is mostly dictated by (top) management and is often used synonymously with ‘equally good, but faster’.

But what is this “Agile” anyway? Where does it come from, what does it belong to, and is ‘agile’ = ‘agile’?

We will explore, experience and explain this together during our training. Just because you are either sent by your superiors to some conferences or 2-hour master classes, you are not directly “agile”.

This training can be booked in different variants both online and on-site and individually for your own teams in your company! E.g. as 1-day theoretical training or as 2-day training workshop.

Next Meetings: 

  • 13.01.2021 – Open 1-Day-Online-Training for mixed participants – € 365.- p.P. plus VAT
  • 12.02.2021 – Open 1-Day-Online-Training for mixed participants – € 365.- p.P. plus VAT

Please contact us for further details and dates:
academy@sti-consulting.com
 

Agiles Manifest

Agile Mindset & Agile Values

Agile Priciples

Methods like Kanban & SCRUM

Roles and Artefacts

Tips from Practice

Your Benefits from the Workshop

In our workshop we will deal with topics in depth:

  • Where does agility come from? And who invented it?
  • What is agile And what not?
  • Is agile a diet? And why is agile so hip right now?
  • What is an agile team structure or (umbrella) organization?
  • How do I get Scrum certification?

Learning Achievements

Goal 1

Goal 2

Goal 3

YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS TRAINING?

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THE TRAINING IS CONDUCTED BY:

Philipp Gasteiger

Dipl.-Ing. Philipp Gasteiger is an innovation specialist at STI-Consulting in Munich and heads the innovation department of the consulting company. Before joining STI, he studied civil engineering at the Technical University of Munich and was a senior innovation facilitator at an innovation consultancy in Israel for four years and, from 1999, managed start-ups in the internet industry. In addition to his broad experience in the SIT method, he is also very familiar with methods such as Business Model Innovation, Scrum, Lean, Lean Start-Up, Six Sigma, Kaizen, Gamification and Design Thinking, which he can skillfully combine.

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