What are Agile Moves?
Agility is developed not only by introducing new roles and following new rules. Agile team play is a skill rather than a talent; therefore, it’s just as trainable as any other team sport.
Agile Moves are small, very specific on-the-job training sessions, which allow teams to work together more efficiently and in an agile manner – independently , iteratively, and incrementally. They teach you to take further development into your own hands, and can be combined with, customized to, enhance, and complement training schedules.
Agile Moves is a habit changing framework.
Agile Moves are our answer to the question of how you can integrate agility and team play into your daily work routine, firmly anchored as a continuous improvement process, and use fun to increase efficiency and productivity
What do we offer?
The Agile Moves GmbH offers a wide range of trainings, both in-house and public, with the goal of preparing organizations for their agile journey
We provide support for the transition process, and we support management and teams by teaching self-organized agility and implementing changes.
Agile Moves Wiki
We describe the Agile Moves framework and the Agile Moves community in the Agile Moves Wiki.
There you can find information and course materials to get acquainted with, try out, and experience.
Agile Moves Values
To us, eye level means not thinking it beneath you to view the world through someone else’s eyes. From our perspective, eye level is the foundation of any agile development.
To us, kaizen means initiating and implementing changes through small, continuous steps. Kaizen shows me HOW I can become more agile.
Team resilience is the ability to remain productive as a team despite burdens, and in the process, to collectively become better and stronger. Team resilience shows me WHAT I need to be more agile.
In a team, continuous synchronization means having so tight a natural balance in the team that it results in team flow. Continuous synchronization is goal of the Agile Moves.
Who are we?
Dr. Wolfgang Brandhuber
Wolfgang Brandhuber is doctor-engineer in electrical engineering and has worked as an IT consultant for more than 16 years.
For more than 8 years he has been intensively engaged in large scaled agile approaches in the environment of classical organizational structures. With his certification as Scaled Agile Framework Program Consultant Trainer (SPCT), Mr. Brandhuber was one of the first Trainer's Trainers for SAFe in Germany.
Besides his SPCT Wolfgang Brandhuber also holds certifications as Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) from the Kanban University, Agility Health Trainer (AHT) from AgilityHealth, Management 3.0 Facilitator and Collaboration Superpowers Facilitator (Remote Work).
Silke Kainzbauer is a graduate psychologist and master of business administration (Business Integration) and has been working as a consultant and systemic coach for over 20 years in the area of change management.
Her activities focus on the sustainable implementation of changes in organizations, self-organization in teams and the development of lean-agile leadership. She has a strong systemic focus and supports people to find answers to current challenges in change processes and in breaking new grounds.
Silke is Co-developer of the Agile Moves Methodolgy to implement Continous Self-Development in organizations and enhance resilience. She is SAFe 4.0 Program Consultant (SPC4), Accredited Kanban Trainer (LKU) and regularly publishes on new lean-agile process models and how to deal with complexity.
Regina Brandhuber teaches music education at the Academy of Music in Nuremberg and at the Municipal School of Music in Sulzbach-Rosenberg. She is doing her doctorate on how you can condition agile methods for musical practice. "Music Moves" are based on the same values and principles as "Agile Moves". She imparts her knowledge of both to interested parties through seminars. She is a certified scrum master (PSMI) and product owner (PSPOI). As a product owner, she contributes to "Team Tool", open source software that is expected to digitally map the Moves.
Milenko Bugueno is a Scrum Master and trainer. He enjoys helping individuals, teams and organizations to break through their old structures and complement them with new ones. For this, he likes to use Agile Moves to train agility in small steps and on-the-job.
He studied Mechatronics at the University of Erlangen and is a certified Agile Moves Trainer, Scrum Master (PSM I & IAPM, Product Owner (PSPO I), Work Together Everywhere Facilitator and Agility Health Facilitator.
Mark Rehberg is an expert for training and enablement in agile, innovative environments of product development. He has gained his professional experience in a renowned management and strategy consulting company in Germany. In recent years, Mr. Rehberg has passed on his experience in the agile environment in various trainings (in-house and public) with a focus on agile product development with Scrum as head of a training department in a highly complex environment and built up a community of agile trainer there. Mr. Mark Rehberg is among other qualifications Professional Scrum Trainer of Scrum.org, Accredited Kanban Trainer with the Lean Kanban University, Author for Agile Practices, innovative process models like LeanUX, Management 3.0 and co-founder of Agile Moves GmbH.