Agile Development

Solve large tasks in small steps - an agile process is not only useful in software development  

Competitors are entering the market with new offerings in short intervals, and customers are becoming increasingly demanding. As a result, development cycles are becoming increasingly shorter, and development projects must be able to handle short-term changes in requirements. The triumph of agile methods began in software development, which had always faced these challenges. Currently, the focus is on scaling and expanding agility throughout the entire organization and its service provision.

 

Although there is no one-size-fits all solution, companies can learn agility. mm1 provides support with well-founded best practices.

  • We introduce agile development methods and concepts to our customers with a particular focus on sustainability.
  • We help companies holistically transform into agile organizational structures (e.g., using the SAFe framework) without losing sight of the entire corporate culture.
  • We help seamlessly integrate suppliers and their individual development models. 
  • We synchronize the often-needed and useful "waterfall world" with agile service providers

During execution, mm1 uses a wide array of practical experience from various industries along with well-founded, certified knowledge on established agile methods and frameworks such as scrum, scrumban, SAFe or less.

For us, agile organizational development means working together with clients to create a structure–by introducing comprehensible methods and streamlining processes–that makes employees happier and, at the same time, ensures a sustainable increase in the speed of innovation.

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News from mm1 about Agile Development

[Poster] Corporate Lean Startup

Large companies behold with fascination the innovation speed and creativity of startups. In order to take advantage of the benefits of a lean, agile and innovative working method, we use the mm1 Corporate Lean Startup process model to demonstrate a path to increase innovative strength, decrease investment risks and achieve a cultural change towards an agile and customer-focused organization.

[Poster] Lean Startup

The mm1 Lean Startup Poster provides the first holistic overview of the concept of Lean Startup and Customer Development based on the publications of Eric Ries, Ash Maurya, and Steve Blank. The illustration shows the individual phases and facilitates the use of existing templates such as Risk Board, Business Model Canvas or Lean Canvas.

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