Agility and scrum

Agility enables flexibility, smoother collaboration and, in particular, faster response times.
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Agile and Lean are now mainstream: more and more development work is being done more or less in an agile way, and for good reason. Agile thinking and practices have brought organizations financial savings, transparency, better collaboration for teams, and more efficient ways of working.

By utilizing agility, organizations can achieve better customer satisfaction, improved value delivery and higher quality. It enables them to be more focused and flexible in their operations, and to use the best tools to achieve their goals. Additionally, it enhances internal and external collaboration and better steering towards goals. Giving the opportunity to make a difference and actively participate in the way people work, also increases employee satisfaction.

The most popular frameworks in agile landscape are scrum and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®), but others such as Kanban, DevOps, and Lean Six Sigma are also actively used.


Scrum is the most popular agile framework for application development. Originating from the need to accelerate software development and improve productivity, over the years scrum has spread widely across industries, even beyond ICT development projects. For example in media and healthcare sectors, scrum teams are actively used to increase ability to focus on right goals at the right time.

If you want to gain eneral understand how scrum works, Scrum Fundamentals training is an excellent option for everyone interested in scrum.
In case you work in a scrum team, for example as a product owner or scrum master, you can get basic understanding as well as in-depth knowledge of these accountabilities and sprint execution from scrum trainings with certification.

SAFe® (Scaled Agile Framework)

When scaling agility wider in your organization, the most popular framework is Scaled Agile Framework, shortly SAFe, which is heavily in use on financial sector and with telecom operators. Additionally, the framework is widely used as an inspiration for agility in many organizations, even if they haven’t adopted the so-called pure SAFe.

When you want to get a general understanding of SAFe and its guiding principles, Leading SAFe is an excellent choice for anyone interested in scaling agility, regardless of their responsibilities and roles. In case you are working in a SAFe environment as part of agile teams, for example as a Product Owner or Scrum Master, you can gain better understanding and tools for your day-to-day work from our various SAFe training courses.

General agility trainings

To gain a general understanding of agile practices, our Kanban in Practice and Working Smarter with Agility are excellent choices for anyone interested in agile, regardless of responsibilities, roles or environment.

When you already understand the principles and responsibilities of agile working, and are more interested to deepening your skills without the need formal certifications, we offer a wide range training courses to advance your skills.

What agility training should I choose?

Learning agile can be thought of as a step-by-step development path: first acquire the basics of agile and the basic skills of different agile roles, then advance and deepen your day-to-day skills for working in agile environments, and finally learn about scaling agile to multiple teams and to higher levels in the organization.

  1. Learn the basics:
    • Scrum Foundations
    • Kanban in Practice
    • Agile Project – Agile project management
    • Basics of OKR – Objectives and Key Results
    • DevOps Fundamentals (DASA)
  2. Gain basic skills for different roles:
    • Scrum Master I
    • Product Owner I
    • SAFe Scrum Master
    • SAFe Product Owner / Product Manager
  3. Advance your skills on agility:
    • Scrum Master II
    • Product Owner II
    • SAFe Agile Product Management
    • Efficient Retrospectives
    • ICAgile – ICP-ACC Agile Coaching
    • DASA DevOps Professional – Enable and Scale
  4. Scaling agility:
    • Leading SAFe
    • SAFe Lean Portfolio Management
    • Agile Leadership

Tieturi’s agility trainings

Whether your goal is to gain a basic understanding of agility, complete the agile certification required for tendering, or to make your organization more agile, we have the answer.

Certified trainers with years of practical experience will guide you on your journey to becoming an agility expert.