Agile / Professional Day Facilitation

We provide a facilitated framework for professional development and fun working together. Our aim is to promote a day where team building takes place alongside the presentation of professional results, the improvement of problem solving skills and the enhancement of individual knowledge.

The problem it solves

Are you just learning about Agile? Or perhaps you have managed to “Agilize” part of the organization and need to improve collaboration and increase involvement with “non-Agile” areas? Or would you like to expand your Agile toolkit and try out what works? Perhaps you have specific organizational problems you’d like that teams solve them together?


We offer the opportunity to experiment with new methods in a safe environment where participants can try out agile methods that help shape mindsets at team and organizational level. We will strengthen team alignment through fun team building activities using tools for collaborative learning and problem solving.


After a joint methodological preparation, we will develop the concept to support the whole professional day. We will propose different sessions to ensure the presentation of professional results, the improvement of problem solving skills and team building, in addition to the enhancement of individual knowledge. After discussing the planned agenda, we will coach key players and facilitate the event throughout the day.

Off-site training

If you are interested in our offsite training, please contact us directly.

Our main methods and tools

  • Through demos, group workshops, mini trainings, simulation exercises (e.g. XP game, Kanban game, ball point game, Jedi 21.) and other variations of facilitation techniques, we support the team in brainstorming/thinking/working together in a fun one-day team building session.
  • We provide frameworks for small groups to deepen their understanding of an individual or organizational problem (e.g.: people in the organization bring their cases to be solved and work through them using group coaching techniques), and even try to solve a seemingly impossible task in a playful way.
  • In larger groups, practical tools and practices are presented that participants can try out the following day (e.g. Management 3.0 tools).

Realizable benefits

  • Results can be presented transparently at the whole organization;
  • Provides the opportunity for group learning, which accelerates the organization’s ability to learn and react (e.g. Scrum roles, story splitting, user story, prioritisation techniques);
  • Furthermore, it expands the toolbox of colleagues, ensuring that individual competences are made aware within the team.