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Agile Transformation with Lean and Devops

Agile methodology, iterative or dry clothes are currently used by 57% of software development teams. Organizations, increasingly, train and/or recruit new employees with agile skills to adapt to the current scenario – digital and dynamic. Deal makes the analysis and give you the path to you also achieve this goal.
How we do
Analysis and guidance of the agile transformation:

Assessment

Map your scenario

Culture

Creating agile culture

People

Development & training

Coach

Processes and people

Tools

Implementation of tools

PDCA

Improvements and developments

By:

Scrum

DevOps

Lean (IT & Startups)

Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

Kanban

Canvas

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Agile Transformation

Agile Transformation means deploying agile culture inside the company, integral and lasting shape. Through:

Coach for scrum masters, product owners and development teams.

The agile model is only complete with the use of lean techniques, focused on what is value for the customer, teams and lean processes and quality. Through the elements:

Assembly of high performance teams:

Focused on agile principles and practices.

Servant leadership model (agile coach in place of the scrum master).

More committed teams.

Greater dissemination of knowledge among teams.

Team focused on the continuous evolution of a product.

A DevOps transformation requires more than just a selection of tools. We evaluate the resources, plan the processes and guide you in the software choices for your t.i team. We offer training and roadmaps with detailed recommendations that guarantee continuous delivery..

Gain much more agility in delivering value to your end customer, in this implementation that adds culture + tool + processes.

Benefits

  • Reduce time-to-market: : devops best practices streamline application delivery and help companies get products to market – quickly.
  • Improve customer experiences: rapid and continuous deployment is the hallmark of DevOps practices. Using DevOps, organizations can distribute frequent updates to quickly and effectively incorporate customer feedback into the product, enhancing the overall customer experience.
  • Improve quality assurance: continuous testing allows teams to detect errors early and initiate quick fixes. Automation further reduces the likelihood of human error, increasing reliability and overall product quality.
  • Reduce costs: when products are built using devops approaches, things are done correctly the first time. Companies can avoid costly mistakes that require long hours of troubleshooting and at the same time accelerate the release and deployment of the product.

DevOps

Pillars of our implementation – how we do:

  • Culture – DevOps practices are supported by a culture of high trust and shared responsibility. Putting high value on collaboration and multifunctional teams, DevOps brings features that span development, quality control, security, and operations to continuously increase learning.
  • Lean – a systematic approach to identifying valuable aspects of a process by trying to eliminate aspects that may be unnecessary or overwhelming. Implementing a lean system in your processes means discarding wasted activity and focusing on effectively achieving the end result.
  • Automation – prioritizing automation allows teams to reduce time spent doing error-prone manual tasks and focus on continually improving the team. Creating automated and repeatable processes helps teams continually run technical resources efficiently and predictably.
  • Measurement – if you do not measure, you can not improve. A successful implementation of DevOps will measure everything you can as often as you can. This includes performance, process, and even culture metrics.
  • Sharing – to make the other four principles successful, teams must commit to sharing: sharing ideas, sharing frustrations, sharing failures, and sharing success. The more open an organization is when it comes to sharing, the better the performance..

Implementation of agile framework for companies with multiple teams. The model created in 2011 by dean leffingwell, today is the most widely used framework for scaling agile teams in large corporations around the world.

Our agile specialists are SPC Certified (Certified as a SAFE® 4 Program Consultant) by Scaled Agile.

Application training on scrum concepts for scrum masters, product owners and development team. We offer both high-level trainings and more specific and targeted themes for each scrum role.

Application of training in kanban framework concepts from LKU (Lean Kanban University) and A3.