Your coaches have some kind of secret sauce that just works. They are excellent with all types of people, have practical experience, the right learning tools, and extensive Lean and XP experience.
Senior Manager, Ford Motor Company
Industrial Logic's training and coaching, along with their mentoring of internal coaches, has been instrumental in making our Agile transition stick. We have now successfully scaled Agile across our entire IT and Product Management organizations, creating a more collaborative environment.
Katherine Thalheimer, Senior VP, Nielsen Media Research
With Industrial Logic, we gained maturity on modern software delivery practices that are enabling a multiplier effect on development efficiency. This is achieved by rethinking how we build, deploy, ensure quality, and measure our output. The cost and time to market benefits of this multiplier effect can be as much as 300-400% vs how we delivered software 3-4 years ago.
Industrial Logic engineers consistently pushed our processes, code, and team to deliver top-notch products. If you need to build a product and want excellent results, look no further than Industrial Logic.
Cory Bryan, Head of Product, Skribe
The eLearning exercises were excellent and the feedback was amazingly accurate, leaving us wondering – how did they know that? In some ways, the exercises, with their customized feedback were more personal than an instructor-led course.
Developer, Standard Life
Whenever I’m feeling stuck or uncertain about myself and my choices, I think back about how this workshop encouraged me to challenge myself and help others to do the same in a safe way.
Four Principles of Agility
Change is easier when we are principle-driven.
That's why we distilled agility down to four key principles, called Modern Agile. These principles guide people's daily decisions and behavior.
Our deeply-experienced coaches, trainers, and engineers are team builders, culture-changers, best-selling authors, sought-after speakers, and entrepreneurs, continuously improving by questioning yesterday's solutions and discovering ways to deliver better software sooner.