The success rate of agile projects is almost twice as high as the one of classic projects.
Agile process models are not only more performant and lead to more successful project results, they also support companies in reacting faster to changes.
Learning agile project management
But how can agility be learned? It is the same with all topics we want to learn: We keep only 10% of what we read and 20% of what we hear. But if we do something actively and experience something, we keep 80% of the topic and internalize it.
This is also the approach of Agile Kitchen. The participants experience agile processes, with which the team is enabled for agility on a long-term and sustainable basis. Thus the participants get to know the process steps, artefacts and roles of agile project management in a culinary and playful way.