Agile project management has transformed the way teams work. Agile teams have proven they deliver business value faster and more efficiently.
The Turbo Agile system helps teams learn and use agile techniques quickly and easily, empowering teams to work efficiently, transparently and collaboratively.
Once a team starts using agile practices in their day to day activities, they will start noticing the benefits right away. Team leaders will see an increase in productivity while individuals will gain very important time and task management skills. Overall, teams will increase in efficiency, reduce risks and collaborate more with one another.
Turbo Agile helps:
Needless to say, Turbo Agile is excellent for teams that Work From Home!
Turbo Agile empowers your team with agile knowledge and skills which they can start to use instantly. For decades Software Development teams have benefitted with application of agile frameworks and the techniques they provide. Those techniques are taught to teams of various departments and industries, and together we can all benefit from the many wonderful aspects of agile.
Turbo agile start with an introduction to the world of agile, after a brief definition of the agile methodology we touch on the numerous agile frameworks such as Scrum and Kanban. This is important to get you started on what is yet to come. Turbo Agile is an essential collection of agile techniques which can help fast track your understanding and use of agile within your business. Whether you are new to agile or already a practitioner, Turbo Agile is a refreshing and rewarding way to learn more about agile.
Turbo Agile is provided over a short practical coaching session (online or in-person). Over the duration of a few hours there is combination of slides, team discussions, agile theory and practical learning. The Turbo Agile method is fun and engaging, we have no doubts the whole team will gain something from it.
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Did you know, some of the techniques taught during Turbo Agile is not limited to your work place? Take task prioritization for instance, you can plan your weekend activities from most important to least important using a simple method we will teach you.
Turbo Agile has been compiled over time by experienced Project Managers, Senior Software Engineers, Designers, Scrum Masters and Digital Marketing leaders. We looked at our own personal experiences working on small and large projects using Agile tools and frameworks. We wanted to share our learnings with the world and empower individuals to have a voice during their daily efforts. We realise that not every team is lucky enough to be using an agile system but what if they could use some elements? Agile values and principles can be adopted in anyone doing any kind of iterative work.
Our main objective was to consolidate the best of breed agile practices and enable people to benefit from them. One of the key objectives was to ensure Turbo Agile works for individuals and not only teams; whether on a project or doing day to day routine tasks. All of this is summarised into a coaching session that is only a few hours long.
Turbo Agile is not limited to any particular industry and can be used by anyone willing to adopt agile practices.
Turbo Agile is a great start for anyone looking at new and improved ways of working and for those already using agile, its a great refresher. Turbo Agile is for everyone.
The reason most Agile projects are successful is because of the transparency and collaboration involved during the projects lifetime. Daily communication, collaboration and team work is encouraged from project inception to completion. At the heart of most agile frameworks there's the daily stand-up, along with a few other key components.
Requirements are placed in a prioritized list called the Product Backlog, focused on delivering the highest value items first. Most importantly, risks are identified and assessed as soon as possible.
Overall, the using any well established agile framework brings many benefits to a business. Turbo Agile aims to bring these benefits into your daily work schedule too. Start your day with a team stand-up, plan your tasks for the day and by close of business aim to deliver as much value as possible. if something is about to go pear shaped, flag it as a risk and prepare your response. We'll show you exactly how these benefits can be realised in no time.
The short answer is no. Turbo Agile is neither a framework nor a new methodology (although we sometimes call it method). Turbo Agile is the name given to our coaching system that teaches teams to apply some basic agile techniques quickly and easily.
For many teams, they may not be familiar with working with agile frameworks such as Scrum or Kanban. Turbo Agile does not require you to have any experience in such project management styles. However, team members still need to collaborate and assist one another, so overtime teams normalize their own methods.
By simplifying and adopting various agile techniques, we have made it convenient for teams to gain the benefits that others have been getting using full agile frameworks. We share those techniques with you and set you free to explore the agile world at your own pace.
Yes. Turbo Agile leverages many of the techniques from the Scrum framework. As mentioned before, Turbo Agile is NOT a replacement of any agile method or any kind of new agile method. It's exposure to agile. It is merely a vessel to introduce teams to the wonderful elements of agile.
Teams that already use Scrum can still benefit from Turbo Agile by gaining some refreshing ideas. Turbo Agile compliments existing agile frameworks and promotes good behaviour. For instance, if you're a 9 - 5 worker, Turbo Agile places emphasis on your daily tasks and how to sort your day between 9am to 5pm. What to place priority on and when to report any issues or blockers to your manager or Scrum Master. Hint: not always the next day at the daily stand-up!
Turbo Agile is most beneficial to those teams that dont currently have any agile projects running.
To learn more about Scrum, visit the home of Scrum here: https://www.scrum.org/