Agile working methods
Succeeding in a changing world
Companies and organisations today operate in a climate of rapid technological development, increasing competition and digitalisation. An ability to change is fundamental if you want to stay relevant to your customers – and that includes changing the organisation’s products and services, as well as structures, working methods and culture.
For many companies, adopting agile working methods and values has become the key to flexibility. An agile organisation plans and implements changes efficiently, often works across disciplines, and has working methods that continuously deliver well-developed products and services. Prové has many years’ experience of helping organisations establish working methods and a culture that enable them to develop in an agile world.
Agile development with Scrum in an energy company
A large energy company that develops solutions for charging electric cars and solar energy production needed to develop and provide its services more efficiently, so that it could continuously meet changes in customer requirements.Read more
Models and methods
The model and method are adapted to the client’s situation
Prové uses standard and proprietary models and methods to bring about change. Many of them are used across areas of expertise. We have the skill and ability to assess the client’s needs, and take responsibility for creating the best combination for each project, ensuring that genuine change and desired effects occur.
Models and methods
Agile development with Scrum
In its change projects, Prové applies agile development with Scrum, Kanban and other similar agile methods. Depending on...
In its change projects, Prové applies agile development with Scrum, Kanban and other similar agile methods. Depending on the needs and situation, we can act as Scrum Master or product owner. On introduction, we assume the role of Agile Coach with the mission of guiding the organisation and its employees towards the best possible applications of Scrum.
Scaled Agile entails agile development by a number of different teams. It requires more roles and clearly defined...
Scaled Agile entails agile development by a number of different teams. It requires more roles and clearly defined working methods to reap the full benefit of the agile approach. Prové provides advice and customised implementation to ensure the successful introduction of Scaled Agile.
Agile requirements specification
In agile development, product or IT development is governed by a product backlog, which in parts differ from...
In agile development, product or IT development is governed by a product backlog, which in parts differ from a traditional requirements specification. Prové has working methods and tools for formulating, implementing and continuously developing a product backlog, which is used by agile development teams.
Developing agile teams
Agile teams differ from traditional work groups in that they are completely self-governing. This means they work independently...
Agile teams differ from traditional work groups in that they are completely self-governing. This means they work independently and jointly plan and allocate work tasks, and collaborate on development. Prové has proven methods that create efficient, streamlined teams for the agile world.
Prové’s proprietary effect analysis tool is a simple method focusing on the desired results of the change. Effect...
Prové’s proprietary effect analysis tool is a simple method focusing on the desired results of the change. Effect analysis creates a dialogue and a shared experience for everyone involved, and the ability to focus on the desired outcome generates positive energy. The result is an effect map, a visualisation for communicating regarding effects, and what needs to be done to achieve the desired outcome.
Facilitation of meetings is one of Prové’s most extensively used tools, and it lays the right foundation for...
Facilitation of meetings is one of Prové’s most extensively used tools, and it lays the right foundation for involving the client’s workforce. Facilitation is about planning and leading meetings in a way that engenders participation, creativity and an experience. The facilitator leads groups through the process of achieving results in line with agreed objectives, results which participants feel they can take ownership of.
What we can do
Expertise in leading individuals and organisations through change is crucial to achieving the desired effects of business development.Read more
What we can do
Digitalisation entails using IT to create higher value for the operation and its customers. This may involve a change of business model, value proposition or work approach.Read more
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