We believe there is a better way. A better way to manage. A better way to build what the customer wants. We help organisations discover the path to improvement by challenging the status quo, applying small, well-focused changes one step at a time.
If we want our profession to improve and move forward we must not only share our knowledge but also seek to learn from others. We believe sharing is best done through constructive dialogue. We therefore strive to participate and contribute to the community, at local meetups, conferences and by hosting and facilitating events.
Our belief is that, in order to be able to help organisations improve, we need to be where the work actually takes place. Organisations must learn how to make improvements part of their day-to-day work. You can read all the books in the world. If you're not able to convert theory into action, nothing will happen.
Darefest Oslo 2014 will be arranged as part of Oslo Innovation Week, October 14-15 2014 in Oslo.
We are happy to announce that Joakim Sundén, agile coach at Spotify, will speak at Dare Oslo 2014.
In December 2012 we decided to share some of our profit with an organisation helping people in underdeveloped countries. Sabona was a perfect match.
We offer a variety of Kanban Trainings. From standard public classes to customized workshops for your organisation. We believe games are the best way to teach new concepts, plus it's way more fun! Read more about our selection of Kanban trainings and workshops.
We believe there is a better way to build software. A way where the focus first and foremost is on delivering what the customer wants, to create customer delight. With a combination of tools that allows you to be productive, and methods that enables you to deliver value in a steady continual pace, we can help your company move in the right direction.
Are you moving towards a more agile way of working but not sure exactly how to move forward? With close to 10 years experience with various different agile methods and techniques we can help teams and organisations move towards a more agile way of working.
We help organizing events for the Oslo Lean Meetup group. The group has approximately 1200 memberhere is about one meetup per month with a range of different topics: Lean, Kanban and Lean startup to name a few. Visit Oslo Lean Meetup group for more information.
Happening every second Thursday at Stockfleth's coffee shop, a group of Lean enthusiasts meet to talk about Lean and a bunch of other topics. The meeting takes the form of a friendly dialogue, where the primary objective is to share and learn from each other.
Organizations need developers who see and understand the system as a whole. There is far too much fragmentation in enterprises. "