Starting in the late 1990s, Industrial Logic helped pioneer lean and agile methods in the software industry. Today, our global team of coaches, trainers, and engineers help organizations across many industries deliver better software sooner. Learn more about our principles, history, clients, and staff in the sections below.
Everyday, these four Modern Agile principles guide our decisions and actions:
The timeline below features some of the most significant events in our 27-year history.
Industrial Logic founded with a mission to share the software industry's most valuable wisdom.
We built the award-winning, Java-version of MTV.com.
Helped pioneer lightweight software methods, becoming expert practitioners, trainers and coaches of Extreme Programming and Lean Development.
Introduced Industrial XP, an eXtreme Programming framework designed for large organizations.
Launched the World’s 1st Agile eLearning, a highly interactive and effective tool for helping people learn critical engineering and planning skills.
Opened offices in Brazil, India, the UK, and the Netherlands.
Introduced Modern Agile, four guiding principles for every industry.
Opened Industrial Logic Canada, headquartered in Toronto.
Published Joy of Agility, by Joshua Kerievsky. The book is a collection of stories that provide a definitive guide to agility, applicable to anyone in any domain.
We continue to help our global customers accelerate product discover and delivery.
Our global staff consists of deeply-experienced lean and agile coaches, trainers, and engineers. They are passionate practitioners, team builders, culture-changers, best-selling authors, sought-after speakers, and entrepreneurs. Our people continuously improve by questioning yesterday’s solutions and discovering better ways to deliver better outcomes sooner.