Hapag-Lloyd are using Essence to provide proven agile practice options for teams to adopt and adapt, enable coaches to facilitate practice adoption and improvement, provide for tailored approaches for different types of project, and achieve transparency of status and health for effective governance.
In a recent blog by Fujitsu’s Rob Devlen, Fujitsu and IJI go Agile with Essence, Devlen describes how Ivar Jacobson International (IJI) worked with Fujitsu to create a workshop to build an understanding of Agile for their top 100 executives and senior managers in the EMEIA region. The blog article describes how we created that interactive workshop with them, facilitated the session and the results obtained. In this article we’ll show you a flavour of some of the content.
Essence is a Key Enabler to Manufacturer’s Agile Transformation
- An agile way of working spread to 5,000 practitioners within two years by using an Essence-based Practice Architecture
- A sustainable path to agility was created - teams could incrementally improve their way of working and growing
- Practices provided standardization which helped practitioners share and learn best practices
Thinking, Communicating and Collaborating Using Essence
Ivar Jacobson International provided a three-day workshop on the Essence standard to the development team at a large multinational corporation specializing in Internet services. Learn about our Essence training and what the team thought.
Software Development Moves from a Craft to an Engineering Discipline
This equipment vendor needed to move from a traditional waterfall approach to an agile way of working. They decided to engage with Ivar Jacobson International (IJI) to assist them with their agile transformation. IJI was chosen because of its expertise in large-scale agile transformation and its thought leadership. SEMAT’s Essence and IJI’s sustainable change model were central to the equipment provider’s agile transformation strategy and success.