Factful Agility

For the past few years, we have been struggling with buzzwords and just played with practices, of course in recent years we have tried to get back to the agile values and principles, but many organizations have failed to reach on the original agile promises. Now is the right time to focus on outcome-oriented agility.

To reach this state, We need to learn to separate fact from fiction when forming our opinions. The organization can be both bad and better. Progress comes bit by bit, But without facts, our minds are occupied by feelings.

Factful Agility is a set of practical tools and practices based on the agile mindset and Factfulness philosophy to maximize the outcome.

With Factful Agility Framework and Tools, you can transform the teams and experience the real agility. 

Factful Agility Framework

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We believe in factfulness philosophy. We need to learn to separate fact from fiction when forming our opinions. The organization can be both bad and better. Progress comes bit by bit, But without facts, our minds are occupied by feelings.

Factful Agility is a collection of practical tools and practices that will help you to be factful in your agility transformation.

Asad Safari as founder of FactfulAgility, is a Factful Agile/Lean Coach. He has +14 years experience in IT and software Industry and +10 years in Agile software development. He is helping companies and teams to make progress bit-by-bit on their agile journey.

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Practical Agile Transformation framework — Conduct Experiments to get there

Yaya, It’s the third part of the practical agile transformation framework that we call it Factful Agility Framework. In the first part we created a shared change vision, in the second part we understood the current condition and chosen some meaningful metrics.  In the last part, we will exploit the change program by conducting experiments.  Why …

Practical Agile Transformation framework - Grasp the current condition

This is the second part of the Practical Agile Transformation framework. In the first part, we created a shared change vision. The change vision, answers this question “How we want things to be?”. “Not I” “We”. A shared definition of direction and a better future. In this story and based on the Factful Agility Framework, …

Practical Agile Transformation framework -  Start with a vision

“You should not do Agile, You should be Agile”. This is the most used buzzword by agile coaches to promote agile values. After +10 years in the agile world, I think this is a wrong approach too.  Sometimes as an Agile coach, we are trying to sell our service, “We deliver agile coaching service to …