Agile Enterprise

We enable businesses

A 21st century enterprise, to be able to successfully compete on the market, needs a structure that allows products and services to fit to the market, is able to react quickly to market turns and fashions while catering to customers’ needs, plus boasts a highly engaged and motivated workforce.

Long-term strategies often turn into short-term ones, clients have access to a global marketplace where price-based competition does not know fair-play, and products have a shorter lifespan.

To stay competitive, retain a loyal customer base, and create a healthy and engaging corporate culture – the organisation needs to transform from a classic and hierarchical into an agile one.

We have prepared a set of tools that enable a smooth transition into agility – a toolkit that is flexible and depends on needs, scale, and the expected result.

Business Agility

The Agile Manifesto, which came into being in the 20th century in software development, has been adapted to the management of businesses, employees, and projects.

Thousands of companies around the world, after implementing agile principles have noted an increase in income, a decrease in employee attrition, and improved creativity among them.

Lean methodologies focus on process improvements so that the waste of time and resources is minimal, and costs are kept at a minimum. Simplicity – the art of minimising the amount of work required to complete work is one of the pillars of Lean.

Transparency and visual management, connected with trust and open communication are a cornerstone of lean and agile methods – at Trisar, we exercise Kanban philosophy.

Key benefits of agile approach:

Increased productivity, effective teamwork
Quicker problem identification, work in short iterations
Improved transparency, visibility, and understanding of processes and projects
Ability to manage shifting priorities
Increased employee engagement
Less overtime
Decreased risk of non-delivery
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Key benefits of agile approach:

Increased productivity, effective teamwork
Quicker problem identification, work in short iterations
Improved transparency, visibility, and understanding of processes and projects
Ability to manage shifting priorities
Increased employee engagement
Less overtime
Decreased risk of non-delivery

Agility can be applied in every division within the company, from strategic organisational units all the way through to research & development, sales, production, and business support (IT & HR).

Organisations with high levels of agile principles implemented are twice as successful as non-agile firms (source: PMI).

MIT Research found that agile companies increase their profit 37% faster and deliver 30% higher income than traditional ones.

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