We are agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, working in the agile Software-Development environment.
Within this, we take positions as coaches/trainers and teach people to work better & more effectively together. It is a matter of CULTURE how we work together. How we organise our work.
If you have experience in working in agile projects it should be of great benefit. If not, please be so kind and inform yourself FIRST about:
• agile project management
• agile values
• scrum (scrum cycle, scrum artefacts, scrum meetings, incremental delivery)
• Deming Circle (Inspect and Adapt)
Please invest as MUCH time as possible/needed to understand SCRUM and AGILE. On Google, Youtube, Slideshare you will find a lot of presentations explaining scrum and agile.
In a nutshell: It is a vision/goal driven team work. Self organised team work. With continuous delivery, continuous improvement.
Please consult "Deming Circle" which is all about the topic of "continuous improvement".
It consists of: Plan-Do-Check-Act steps. To great extent this is the core of scrum work.
It means: in the beginning of the project (or sprint) we PLAN, after that we DO (produce what we planned), in the next step we CHECK (inspect the results, inspect our teamwork) and based on this insight we ACT (we agree changes within the project, changes within the team).
The company name is Agile Heart.
The intention of the name is to have "Heart" as a organic, human aspect of the work in teams. Interhuman interactions, relations are a big part of team work. Therefore we set focus on this.
Please try to understand thge principles of agile work (deming and all other aspects) and incorporate that understanding together with the more human approach to this topic.
There are 4 values in scrum:
Courage: Even after the decision has been made continuing to push backBeing transparent, but willing to change even if that means accepting that you are wrong, or that your opinion is not the direction that the team is going.
Commitment: Committing to something that you don’t understand because you are told to by your boss.Committing yourself to the team and Sprint Goal.
Focus: Focusing on keeping the customer happyBeing focused on the sprint and its goal.
Openness: Telling everyone everything about all your workHighlighting when you have challenges and problems that are stopping you from success
Respect: Thinking you are helping the team by being a heroHelping people to learn the things that you are good at and not judging the things that others aren’t good at.
Following an article about the position as a Scrum Master:
The idea is, that the firm addresses the emotional aspect with the logo and business cards, the interpersonal in a team.
The business cards should feature a tactile logo.
Our target group are business contacts (Head of IT, CEO, CTO), so it should be easy to read and understand, simple and stylish, but still have a little eye-catcher.