The answer to digitalisation

Challenged by fast-changing markets, even big, traditional companies recognise the benefits of implementing agile practices as working models.

„Agile“ represents a culture change towards creating an environment that entrusts employees with more responsibility, expertise, and development opportunities, both within their teams and within the company.

With agile frameworks like Scrum and Tools like Jira as key elements, changes are initiated for individual teams or across the board for all departments, to prepare the company for a digitised world.

Using the right tools, agile methods can be implemented within a traditional corporate environment, which is usually characterised by a high degree of specialisation and a complex application landscape.
However, the success of agile teams and companies is based on the idea that team members understand and have control over their work, the success of a product, and the success of the company. The founders of the methods express this in overriding principles and values. Agile methods are based on several values.

Individual people and interactions
processes and tools
Working software
comprehensive documentation
Customer collaboration
contract negotiations
Responding to change
following a plan

Agile thinking imagines an alternative, more flexible, innovative organisation that deals better and proactively with challenges.

Knowledge of the possibilites of agile methods is crucial for employees and decision-makers when deciding on how to implement agile in their own company. The implementation depends on the assessment of necessary requirements, pre-existing framework conditions and framework conditions that need to be established.

Scrum, Design thinking & Kanban:

Which should I use




Product development
Creation of innovative ideas
Process optimisation
Development of customer-oriented products, even if requirements are specified during development.
Development of user-centred solutions
User-friendliness, team focus and visualisation of bottlenecks
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Offer for beginners

Introduction to agile methods

The DXC Academy entry-level training courses teach participants the values, principles and methods of agile.

We define the areas of application and introduce typical challenges for the implementation of agile methods in traditional companies.

Optional: Our Scrum courses can serve as preparation for certifications from

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Offer for advanced users

Agile mindset in organisations

The DXC Academy advanced training courses focus on the implementation of agile values and principles in traditonal companies.

A strong point of our programme is, that we know traditional corporate environments and the traditional methods used.

We offer training courses on scaling and hybrid design for employees and managers and accompany the implementation.

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Role-specific programmes

Roles in the agile world

The Scrum framework defines comprehensive roles, which are gaining more and more importance within companies.

These roles (i.e. Product Owner, Scrum Master and Developer) include a variety of tasks and skills.

For example, in addition to agile techniques and artefacts, Product Owners should be able to use traditional tools of Business Analysis and project management to successfully implement changes in a traditional corporate environment.

We have compiled all necessary requirements and training measures for the three Scrum roles, clarify existing skills and support medium-term training for Scrum roles.

Please contact us for your specific needs!
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Our Team

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Anton Müller

Anton Müller

Trainer & Coach

Ein Optimist sieht eine Gelegenheit in jeder Schwierigkeit; ein Pessimist eine Schwierigkeit in jeder Gelegenheit.

~Winston Churchill

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Nathalie Schulz

Nathalie Schulz

Trainerin & Coach

Probleme kann man niemals mit derselben Denkweise lösen, durch die sie entstanden sind.

~Albert Einstein

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Marie Pötter

Marie Pötter

Head of DXC Academy

If you stop getting better, you stop being good.

~Philip Rosenthal