The Agile methodology originated in the 2000s as a software development method and soon evolved as a process for the development of new products and services.
The Agile methodology changes the perspective of traditional work, placing a strong emphasis on teamwork, continuous collaboration with the customer, and creating adaptive teams that can solve problems and cope with the high variability of work.
An agile company is a company capable of creating at all levels, from managers to staff in support functions, an environment to facilitate and get the most out of the work of the teams and respond dynamically to changes in the market.
In companies with several products and several markets, with a number of projects to be carried out at the same time, each with different contents and levels of complexity, it makes sense to accompany the Agile methodology with a structured approach such as Lean, which with its standardisation of tools, processes and systems makes it possible to always keep an eye on business needs.
Lean and Agile together can be applied at different company levels:
Considi has been offering Lean and Agile methods for several years, supporting its customers with certified PMI® consultants, both on Product Development and Software Development projects as well as on Service Design projects.