The future of Teoresi is Agile
Flexibility, collaboration, and quick response to changes
Agile is a work and management approach that introduces and enhances short-term planning, emphasizing constant collaboration and improvement. Work teams adopt a cycle of planning, execution, and evaluation to dynamically adapt to project needs.
The Agile mindset emerged in 2001 as an alternative to traditional software development processes, such as the Waterfall model, which relies heavily on documentation. Agile is now applicable to any project, employing an incremental and iterative development approach supported by constant empirical feedback. Results stem from collaborative efforts by small, self-organized, and cross-functional teams.
The construction of a corporate culture that prioritizes goals and people over best practices, procedures, and corporate policies is becoming increasingly widespread. The keywords for generating innovation are collaboration, transparency, capability, creativity, customer centrality, and employee well-being.
Individuals and interactions over processes and toolsAgile Manifesto
- Customer approach
The Agile methodology promotes continuous and active communication between the development team and the customer throughout the project’s duration. This facilitates decision-making processes and understanding of requirements, allowing for the timely identification and addressing of issues or risks, thereby avoiding significant impacts on the overall project.
- Short iterations (“Sprints”)
Breaking down the work into short iterations encourages focus on specific objectives, achieving tangible results in the short term. Additionally, it enables the division of complex projects into manageable tasks, simplifying resource planning and management.
- Continuous feedback
Clients provide immediate feedback during each sprint, allowing agile adjustments to evolving requirements. This accelerates implementation, eliminating the need for detailed initial requirement gathering.
- Dedicated teams
In the Agile context, organizing dedicated and focused teams improve work quality and the efficiency of members involved in the project.
- Use of updated technologies
Agile methodologies encourage the adoption of technological tools to optimize processes and reduce development times, enabling tea.ms to focus on programming without distractions.
- Cost reduction
Short work cycles and constant communication between teams prevent investments in unnecessary features and the potential repetition of activities, resulting in reduced time and costs.
- Adaptability to change
Change is perceived as an integral part of the process, allowing quick adaptability to evolving customer needs.
The key to adopting the Agile mindset is training.
At Teoresi, evolution is driven by empowering people through the design and implementation of individual training paths aimed at maximizing each person’s potential and skills, contributing to the overall growth of the organization. The internal course “Agile Principles and Mindset” conducted by certified Agile Coaches, and the Short Academy, a training program in collaboration with the University of Naples Federico II, exemplify the group’s commitment in this direction.