Emergn, a global services consultancy, today announced that its recently launched VFQ education programme for Agile-Lean thinking and practices has been added to the Postgraduate Software Project Master of Science Programme run by the University of Aberdeen.
A new work-based learning program materializes this week from Emergn. Value, Flow, Quality (VFQ) takes an applied and practical approach to skills by performing a critical analysis of solutions that can then be implemented in the workplace. Instead of focusing on a series of “how-to” instructions, this course explores the thinking and principles behind the […]
Emergn today announced that it has launched Value, Flow, Quality (VFQ) Education, a work-based learning program to help practitioners achieve immediate business results through the application of skills in practice.
Emergn today announced at Agile2012 in Dallas the launch of Value, Flow, Quality (VFQ) Education, which it defines as a work-based learning program designed to help developers achieve better results through the application of agile skills. Read full article here.
Alex Adamopoulos, CEO of Emergn, outlines some new practices that can help organisations to transform their outsourcing processes.
Emergn, a global services consultancy, today launched a service designed to focus on the successful delivery of IT projects. The service is designed to reinvigorate stalled IT projects to ensure investments have the best chance of success.
The Agile Alliance 2011 conference in August hosted an array of Agile experts. Emergn had 4 speaking opportunities at this conference on topics including Powerful Questions; Removing Impediments With Drawings; Agile Decisions; and Does Agile Focus A Value Delivery. Whilst at the conference, Alex Adamopoulos, CEO of Emergn, was interviewed to talk about Emergn and […]