What Is Solution-Focused Agile? Clues--Part 2

SFiO, an international network of Solution-Focused practitioners, maintains a list of "clues" that distinguish Solution-Focused ways of working. There are three sections: Basic Position of the Practitioner, Tools, and Background. In Part 1 of this three-part series we looked at the Basic Position of the Practitioner. Today we’ll look briefly at Tools or “what it tends to look like.”

“Remember, this is not a check-list – not all of these need to be observed.”

We will look, in particular, at four of the 10 tools that are at the heart of Solution-Focused ways of working, including Solution-Focused Agile:

Hot Rod Teams



Mo Hagar has led Agile transformations since 2005 for dozens of Fortune 500 companies, state and federal agencies, and the US military. Visit us at Solution Focused Agile and let us know how we can help you get IT done!

What Is Solution-Focused Agile? Clues--Part 1

SFiO, an international network of Solution-Focused practitioners, maintains a list of "clues" that distinguish Solution-Focused ways of working. There are three sections: Basic Position of the Practitioner, Tools, and Background. We'll briefly explore each one in this three-part series on Solution-Focused Agile. Let's begin with Basic Position of the Practitioner. 

"Change is happening all the time – our role is to find useful change and amplify it"

No Monkey Business



Mo Hagar has led Agile transformations since 2005 for dozens of Fortune 500 companies, state and federal agencies, and the US military. Visit us at Solution Focused Agile and let us know how we can help you get IT done!