Developing Skills the Agile Way

Development Occurs over Time, not on a Training Course During our many combined years as trainers with Learning Tree International, the average instructor grade exceeded 3.8 of a possible 4.0. Attendees loved the training, and provided fantastic testimonials. But that … Continued

Storm Goes G-Cloud

Storm Consulting has been accepted onto the G-Cloud framework. Hang out the bunting and wave the flags! We are now officially cleared by the UK Government and can now happily pitch for local authority and central Government contracts for training … Continued

Have An Agile 2014

Looking forward at the start of the year is always a tricky thing to do and 2014 will see the inevitable march towards increased certification within the Agile sector (whether we agree, or not), but there is another major trend … Continued

Don’t Roast IDS Alive, Yet!

This is not going to be a populist view, but we need to have some sympathy with The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith and his team who are trying to manage a £2 billion project to bring in … Continued

Has Agile Hit A Glass Ceiling?

Has the implementation of Agile within the software and IT sector hit a glass ceiling? This could be one of the conclusions from a new, in-depth academic Agile study conducted by a team at the University of Dresden. Storm-Consulting, which … Continued

Accidental Learning

As a panelist at a recent conference we were asked about continuous professional development CPD. I felt that some people are naturally pre-disposed to learning and will do naturally. Since the audience comprised paying consultants, interim executives and entrepreneurs their … Continued