Graduate Education
Agile Working Techniques


"The workshop was really well structured & organized. It felt thought through and was really didactically focused on getting the participants to learn something, rather than only focussing on giving information."

Anna-Sophie Yotova

Active learning conditions for your participants  

✅ Our participants work closely together on industry-related case studies.

✅ In the blended learning courses, we offer opportunities for individual preparation as well as recap workshops as a follow-up.

✅ Our certificates of participation document agile work experience in an industrial environment and help with the job search.

✅ Participants can network with companies via our company network. 

✅ Our training courses are constantly being further developed through intensive evaluation.

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  • Agile trainings since 2018 with 
    more than 300 satisfied participants
  • On-site and remote training programmes
  • Wide variety of training programmes (from agile beginner trainings to multi-day agile deep-dives) 
  • Trainings in German and English 
  • Industry case studies for
    Scrum simulations and agility
  • Strong industry network for
    IT and finance networking
  • Certified Scrum and OKR trainer 
    (PSM® and Advanced OKR Master®)

Adaptive solutions for
complex problems

In our interactive, activity-based workshops, we introduce participants to agility and the Scrum agile framework. Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organisations create value through adaptive solutions to complex problems.



Principles of agile work

Our workshop consists of two parts. In the first part, we explain the basic principles of agility and Scrum. We introduce the elements of agile working, such as sprints, events, artefacts, rules and roles. Participants learn to distinguish between waterfall project management and agile methods for solving complex problems.

Industry-oriented case simulation

The second part of our workshop is structured like a Scrum project. In this Scrum simulation, the participants apply the principles of the framework, work self-organised and in cross-functional teams. Based on an industry-oriented use case, the participants analyse and solve a fictitious business problem.


This workshop is aimed at participants with basic technical knowledge,
but no programming knowledge is required for participation.

Want to find out more?

Initial call with Dr. Kevin Anding