We are the agile capability building company driving the largest agile transformations of the CEE region: providing E2E agile transformation support, building great digital products and developing innovation capabilities in large organizations
edUcate was launched in 2016 in New York City by a McKinsey consultant with Columbia MBA and an innovation strategist with product development expertise
Although edUcate is relatively fresh, we have the largest experienced agile coach pool in the CEE region, with 100+ years of combined agile, innovation and leadership experience
We gained hands-on experience from various industries and in multiple scaled agile frameworks
We constantly refine our approach with global top universities, digital startups and one of the world’s leading management consulting firms
Senior program advisors design our capability building programs and can fly-in for high-priority sessions
Our primary focus is the CEE region and already serving Northern and Western Europe and North America as well
What we believe
Agile makes innovation predictable
While innovation happens in a very non-linear way, it doesn't have to be a black box. Gather insights consequently, ideate and test systematically for predictable outcomes.
Innovation starts with people, not technology
Delivering the thing right means nothing without delivering the right thing. Starting from the needs of customers and not from technology is the core principle of human-centered design.
Agility is more about culture than ceremonies
Establishing an Agile culture, mindset and attitude of teams is much more important than enforcing the Scrum practices.
Money & magic need to happen together
Innovation is successful only when you solve a customer need while keeping in mind the business goals.
Enterprise agility works in a package
You need the right tribe structures, enterprise agile governance, cross-functional teams, culture of collaboration and empowerment, and technology to make enterprise agile work.
We support the Agnostic Agile Oath
As experienced agile practitioners and as people responsible for agile change and transformation, we should recognise the importance of being agnostic with agility at any level. This means one size does not fit all, one framework is not the answer, and the ‘what’ and ‘how’ should be suited to customer context and to a wider strategic vision.