Digital agility has the power to nurture innovative company culture and foster transcendent organisational growth. At inPositiv, we have unique experience across a wide range of agile frameworks and know how to make them work for your organisation.
Our proficiencies are best understood through our three main frameworks
Why use Scrum?
The scrum framework in itself is simple and easy to understand. It helps remove ambiguities in the development process, while leaving enough space to adapt it to your company and team.
Scrum is ideal for tackling complex projects. Big topics are broken down to manageable pieces and clearly defined events and roles ensure transparency and ownership during the development cycle.
Scrum delivers incremental business value to the customer. This means that at the end of every sprint (max 4 weeks) a new increment of the product is presented, reviewed and feedback is gathered. This ensures that the project is moving in the right direction and allows us to embrace change instead of fear it.
Why use SAFe®?
SAFe provides a tried and tested template for how a scaled agile organisation can be structured. You don't have to reinvent the wheel yourself, you can adapt SAFe to the specific needs of your own organisation.
SAFe is very comprehensive and can be applied to all types of organisations. In particular, SAFe provides a valuable set of methods and clear role definitions.
SAFe can be rolled out incrementally. You can start small and expand the configuration with increasing maturity in order to approach holistic business agility.
SAFe builds on many well-known agile approaches such as Kanban or Scrum and can also be combined well with other agile methods such as OKR. This means the learning curve is deeper and you can tailor its use to your own organisation.
How it works?
Objectives: The “what”, or what you want to achieve. This describes your goal towards an overall mission and sets a deadline for achieving it.
Key Results: The “how”. Objectives must be paired with an indicator that lets you know if you’re on course. These are measurable benchmarks that track your progress towards the objective.
Why use OKR?
OKRs help to achieve goals more easily, by breaking down objectives into smaller steps, they make it simpler for teams to manage and monitor progress.
OKRs ensure that goals are aligned, preventing individual priorities from overlapping. Shared objectives and quantifiable metrics help a team to coordinate their activities.
OKRs help to provide clear progress tracking by having a clear connection between each goal and the way you have decided to measure your success towards achieving it.