How we work
Achieving Business Agility
We use Agile to help your company become fit-for-purpose, find product-market-fit, or create the capability to innovate
Scrum & Scaled Scrum
Scrum is the most popular agile framework. For a good reason! Done properly, you can immediately enjoy increased productivity and faster time to market with just a couple of small changes to your teams and production process.
Kanban is definintely the most flexible methodology out there. Its goal is to ensure your business is fit-for-purpose, optimise (work)flow and thus to drastically reduce your time to market. It does all this while emphasising business value and quality.
Contrary to its name, Lean Startup is used by both small organisations and large enterprises. It emphasises the use of MVPs to rapidly iterate a product’s business model and check its validity.
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What Our Clients Say
Michael is simply the guy you have to have. We valued him greatly – he’s very effective, proficient, encouraging and gets the job done! Highly recommended to anyone seeking his services – you will NOT be disappointed!
– Nick Wilson, Interaction Designer at Google (2013)
Michael is an excellent agilist. I hired him to help us at Standard Chartered Bank with our agile transformation. Michael successfully supported teams in China, Malaysia and India through remote coaching and on-the-ground sessions. He has helped experienced agile teams and teams just getting started to accelerate in the right direction.
– Jeff Nicholas, Head of Channels Innovation at Standard Chartered Bank (2014)
Michael worked as part of my product development team in Singapore. He demonstrated deep lean and agile subject matter expertise and particularly impressed me with his knowledge of Kanban and its practical applications. It was a pleasure working with [him].
– Michael Goldverg, Director at JP Morgan Chase (2015)
Mikey spent several months with Moonpig as an Agile consultant. His energy, enthusiasm and knowledge has been brilliant. The team have responded extremely well to his input, learning new things, improving and notably having a lot of fun. I can happily recommend him to challenge, fire up, cause a spark and help develop any scrum team to its full potential.
– Iain Martin, CEO of Moonpig.com (2013)