Focus on delivering value
These principles apply to all aspects of software development and form the basis of Agile methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban and Lean. By focusing on individuals and collaboration rather than processes and tools, teams are encouraged to find creative solutions and continuously improve their work.
When we work according to the Agile Manifesto, it does not mean not using processes and tools. It does mean that the team focuses on the right things, such as delivering value to the customer, working on a working product and responding to changes in the market.
Whether it is a workshop or setting up an Agile framework within an organization or temporarily hiring Agile resources. Our professionals are aware of the latest trends, developments and existing methodologies.
Transition to Agile
MOJEO supports companies in the transition to an Agile Way of Working. With a dedicated team we ensure a smooth transition and a widely adopted Agile way of working.
Is there a need within your organisation to deliver projects faster and to be able to respond more quickly to external developments? Is there a need for an Agile way of working to create more support in the interim? Do you simply want to deliver more business value faster? Then MOJEO can support you.
Are you curious about the steps you need to take to initiate a transition to Agile? Download here our roadmap!
Below we explain common terms within Agile. Read all about Agile in our Agile Glossary
Scrum is a methodology aimed at managing complex projects. It is based on the principles of transparency, inspection and adaptation and uses short sprints of 1-4 weeks to deliver incremental results.
Kanban is a methodology that focuses on visually managing work and reducing waste. It uses a kanban board to visualize work and limits the amount of work that can be done simultaneously to improve flow.
SAFe, or Scaled Agile Framework, is a methodology that focuses on scaling to large organizations and complex systems. The framework provides a structured approach for applying the manifesto at a larger scale and includes principles for portfolio, value stream, program and team levels, among others. SAFe is designed to help organizations achieve the benefits of Agile working at a larger scale and to support teams in working efficiently and effectively in a larger organizational context. Read more about the benefits of SAFe