What agile method is best for your organisation and the type of work you do?
The National Maritime Museum engaged ZXM to present an unbiased view of the range of agile frameworks and their strengths and weaknesses to help improve their agile fluency to determine where their agile journey should start.
Agile fundamentals courses typically run 2-3 days in length. It’s a hard slog.
ZXM delivered a single day course that focussed on play-based learning and building engaging experiences around key agile concepts, including:
In a single day, ZXM created a baseline of understanding of Lean, Kanban and Scrum so that all participants had a shared understanding of terminology, process, and benefits of different frameworks. This empowered the National Maritime Museum to make an informed choice of which frameworks, practices and patterns to use across both their software- and non-software development teams.
Practices that can be applied immediately.
With knowledge of the basics, informed decisions could be made regarding frameworks will best suit their work needs.
An engaging experience with practical stories from experienced agile practitioners.
ZXM’s coaching demonstrated that capability maturity and cultural change are built iteratively and incrementally and by focusing on continuous improvement was able to scale across the division within 12 months.