No, we are not going to teach you what you already know! It is not economy lesson.

We want to use the years of field-experience in finance, marketing, procurement, and IT we have to show you, how to make your life easier and less stressful.

We will help you to translate, what you already know – and you know a lot of these things, not even realizing that! – into action. Altogether we will find, what is the best in the work you do right now and add to it Lean and Agile sauce and ingredients to create perfect composition.

If you want to:


  • Take your current knowledge and apply it for effectiveness in any area of work

  • Easily adjust to changing work environment

  • Navigate smoothly in projects and improvement initiatives

  • Better understand “these IT geeks” and speak their language

  • Become friend with your brain and reactions 

  • Simply know, what is in all these “Agile stuff”



Basic Modules

Cognitive Neuroscience

Learn how your brain works, when navigates through the new and unknown areas of knowledge.
Familiarize with your reactions to know, how you can deal with them at workplace.

Agile Introduction

Did you hear about Agile, but do not really know, what it is and how it can be useful for you? 
Agile did not appear out of nowhere. Agile is a mindset. Learn the roots of it to better understand why it is important for you.

Agile and Lean – Good Practices

There is so many great, but yet practical things you can take and add to your daily toolbox! This module will provide you with a bunch of handful and useful techniques, which have been tested through years by thousands of people – and proved to work.

Agile and Lean – (Far) Beyond IT

Well, yes. Agile and Lean can be applied everywhere. By everyone. From small children to senior executives. Embrace Agile and Lean and let them support your life.
In this module we focus on your problems and concerns. We show you case studies, which will help you visualize your cases. Minimal theory, a lot of thinking effort required!

Agile and Lean – Risk and Audit

I know, what you have heard about “Agile people” No documentation, no rules, no risk – no fun! Actually, we care about risk a lot! We talk about risk all the time! And no, we are notreckless. Where we differ is the approach to risk. Rather than trying to fight and remove it – we look for understanding risk and minimizing it to the acceptable – and useful – level (yes, we can take out of risk, what is the best in it).
With the kind help of our beloved auditors. We appreciate your feedback a lot!

Intermediate Modules

What do they want from me? – Stakeholders’ Needs *

  • Who are my stakeholders and what do they need?

  • I do not sit in their heads. How can I gather this information?

  • Good practices of Lean and Agile in addressing stakeholders’ needs.

  • Agile Business Analysis

  • Communication and dependencies management across the whole company.

  • Building and shaping stakeholders’ relationship

  • Methods for building trust and effectiveness in results.

Non-IT specialist and Emerging Technologies – Strategy, Innovation and Technology *

  • How to talk to IT, so that they understand me?

  • Data collection and analysis – not always analog.

  • Data presentation and visualization.

  • Considering internal and external factors for technology development.

  • Identifying risk and using it for your initiatives.

  • Monitoring and measuring success of initiatives

Projects in Finance, Finance for Projects – Management Accounting (also for IT PMs)

  • The value of continuous improvements at each stage of initiative.

  • Applying innovative budgets, forecast and models.

  • Building and managing Agile project budget and related documentation. 

  • Evaluating impact of internal and external drivers on initiative success.

  • Communicating critical information.

  • Evaluating the impact of risk and uncertainty.

  • Implementing KPIs for success factors.

How can I be better leader and manager? – Leadership and Management

  • Developing individuals, managing processes

  • Implementing work environments practices focused on safety

  • Using Modern Agile to work with teams and individuals

  • Evaluating teams’ capability, capacity, and competencies 

  • Using improvement initiatives to motivate people

  • Growing teams in accountability, ownership, and responsibility

  • Building learning organizations

  • Applying leadership strategies to deliver business objectives

Delivering Value – Lean Agile Procurement

  • Situation analysis

  • Strategic alignment

  • Implementation

  • Adaptation

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