Working for Vodafone since 1993, Ingo Schneider, a Release Train Engineer, has seen it all. Read on and watch the video to learn how SAFe and Agile Hive helped Vodafone become more agile.
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Actively Doing Nothing – Tricent’s Easy Unsharing Tool to Ensure Compliance
When employees leave, their work is often left behind. Sometimes it’s then forgotten about, and external people get access to them, which can turn out quite bad when they contain confidential data in them. Peter and Finn from Tricent explain how their great tool easily unshares and re-assign files in the cloud, so that you don’t have to worry anymore.
Prerequisites for Agility – What Does your Company Need Before Going Agile?
Business agility has become a requirement in order to merely exist in a world of fast-paced, innovative startups. But how do we get to this “agile” state? During our Tools4AgileTeams conference in 2021, Wolfgang Hilpert, an agile expert with over 25 years of experience leading product and technology organizations, told us what your organization needs before you take the plunge.
Our Journey to Mars: BD Rowa’s Business Agility Transformation
In 2020 and 2021, our partner Kegon helped the company BD Rowa transition into a completely agile working environment. Read on to find out Their “Journey to Mars”, as they called their process of achieving business agility, went.
From Hidden Champion to #OpenChampions – Successfully Switching Between the Old and the New World
During our Tools4AgileTeams conference in 2021, Kerstin Hochmüller CEO and shareholder of Marantec Group GmbH & Co. KG shared her company’s success story as a “hidden champion,” and how they were faced with the need to change and victoriously digitally transform.
Case Study: How Agile Hive Helps DIY Chain toom Scale Agile
One of the many things we do at Seibert Media is helping to enable teams to do Agile at scale. In our journeys across various industries and use cases, we occasionally come across organizational changes that we feel could be interesting to a wider audience. One of those organizations is Toom Baumarkt Gmbh.
Screw It, We’ll Do It Illegally! – Why Not Following the Company Framework Is Not Always a Bad Thing
Companies, especially larger ones, tend to try to streamline processes throughout the company, making use of certain tools and processes obligatory. These might foresee most problems that arise based on previous experiences, but what happens when a new, unique problem occurs that can’t be solved by the framework that has been put into place? Mark Poppenburg and Lars Vollmer have explained this at last year’s Tools4AgileTeams conference, hosted by Seibert Media.