The path to success in knowledge work is via engineering and science

In 2001 the Manifesto for Agile Software Development represented a breakthrough in how to add value to customers. 20+ years later, the Agile community has not embraced what other disciplines do – extend what’s known through an engineering discipline and take advantage of what is known with a scientific approach. At Success Engineering we use state of the art techniques to improve an organization’s ability to become more effective.

How to Reach Next Level Success

“Amplio” means “improve” in Latin. At Success Engineering we believe that people need to continuously learn how to improve their methods of adding value to their customers. Success Engineering is in the process of creating ‘amplios’  for teams, small scale, large scale and SAFe. All of these are pragmatic approaches validated with real world experience. Amplio@Teams: The Path to Effective Lean-Agile Teams is our first offering.

A Lean-Agile coach is a person who understands how to help teams and organizations improve with the theories of Flow, Lean, and Theory of Constraints while also understanding the basics of human learning. Coaches need to play an active role in helping teams improve.  

Being a Professional Coach provides you what you need to look at to coach with discipline and purpose.

About Us

At Success Engineering we consider the goal is to be able to successfully create products and services that add value to an organization’s clients. And in doing so, creates a great working environment for its people while sustaining and/or growing itself. All the while adding value to society. We believe that to accomplish this on a regular, predictable and sustainable basis one must take a disciplined approach that incorporates engineering, science and adaptive leadership.

Learn from Al Shalloway

Take the Disciplined Agile Value Stream Consultant Workshop from Al Shalloway, the agile expert who created it.  The DAVSC is the most advanced workshop on learning what it takes for an organization to be effective. It is based around the value stream, flow, lean, Theory of Constraints and more. Al works with other DAVSC instructors to teach the workshop at a deeper level than otherwise possible.