Scrum Service Delivery ModelWe use a well formed team approach in our engagements. Our focus is on people first. We are passionate about both people and technology and how we can build better systems comprised of both. We make teams better, and better teams make better products.

Advanced Services

These services are for those organizations that wish to dive deeper into software product development. These types of services are called “advanced” because they require a deep commitment on our part and yours. These are the engagements that offer the most interesting perspective to us because we get to see your teams change over a length of time and you get us committed to a longer road. We often find that these types of engagements emerge from simply taking a training course or seminar from us.

Training & Agile Pathways

Our courses are focused on an applied training approach often using the Scrum Framework. An Applied Approach improves learning and fosters better skill.

  • Advanced Scrum Performance NEW
  • Applied Agile
  • Implementing Scrum
  • Agile Professional Development
  • Product Owners and Agile Analysis
  • Working Effectively with Use Cases

Seeded Teams

For organizations wishing to jump start teams with highly skilled and experienced people, we offer a combination of coaching and skilled dedicated talent by working with our partnership network. Our goal is to help you set up, maintain, and reap the benefits from hyper-performing teams.

Select Projects

For select projects, various 3Back staff will engage long term and put our “boots on the ground” with your staff. Contact us to engage in this type of work. We will need to have a preliminary conversation to see if there is an appropriate mix of resources, talent, and desire based on your need and target project.

Scrum / Agile Assessments

How ready are you for adopting agile? Are you making good use of the agile teams that you have? Is the decline into calcification inevitable? We can help your organization realize and continue to realize the benefits of agile teams. It does not have to be a process of “a new thing” that gets standardized and then falls into the habit of over complicating simple concepts that work. Keep your teams and organization simple.

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