Net Objectives Services

Net Objectives offers an extensive set of services, trainings and resources.


Before starting a new way of working it is important to understand where you are. We can also include basic management workshops with this.

Team Agility (Scrum/Kanban) Roles & Teams

Scrum and Kanban are the most popular methods out there. However, our experience is a blend of the two based on Lean is the best way to go. As thought leaders in both we can help you find what you need.

Agile at scale (with or without SAFe). We have been doing Agile at scale since ’06. Although we are contributors to SAFe and were once gold partners, and our CEO was even the first non-SAFe SPC trainer, the difference in ease and effectiveness of our approach (FLEX) and SAFe is so great now that we don’t offer out of the box SAFe training. Our way is better. Team Tuneups

We have found that most teams get trained in Scrum or Kanban. Teams need a bit of both. We help you do Team Agility better by seeing your teams’ challenges and providing solutions for them.

 SAFe Tuneups

SAFe is often more than what is needed at the program level, and yet does not provide a straightforward effective portfolio and product management method for larger organizations. Regardless of whether SAFe is too big or not enough for you we can help.

 Improving Developer Skills
From test-first to emergent design we’ve got you covered. We’ve been leaders in design patterns, Test-Driven Development, Acceptance-Test Driven Development and Agile architecture.

The benefits of Business Agility


Quicker delivery

By focusing on smaller, high value density releases cycle times can reduced significantly. High quality, fewer delays, lower cost.


The root of poor quality lies both in how a product is built and how teams collaborate in the building of it. A combination of attending to high quality software development and across the organization collaboration requires a combination of Lean and Agile.


Lack of predictability is a side effect of ineffective process and workflow. By attending to the system people are in these factors can be brought under control and predictability of throughput improved.

Lower Costs

Most of the costs of an organization are due to rework caused by having delays in workflow and feedback. Lean’s focus on removing delays, and therefore waste, can literally eliminate half the work that appears necessary but is actually caused by poor process.

Lower Risks

The biggest risks companies face is building the wrong product in too long of a time. Lean-Agile’s focus on working on the most important items while getting continuous feedback can lower these risks dramatically.


Innovation increases when people are not stressed out and are working on truly valuable things. The goal of a transformation should not be just to cut costs but to create new and better products by having people be more effective.