The Science of Flow
Flow is the mental state of being completely immersed in one’s work. A person in Flow has an unshakeable focus that maximizes their performance.
The science of Flow has been and continues to be researched by Mihaly Csikszentmihaly, psychologist and guru from the United States who believes that Flow is the secret of happiness.
In applying the science of Flow, we have found a way to progress and contribute to the happiness of organizations by identifying the essential factors for the success of a fluid business.
Agile Management utilizes project management methodologies that coordinate the work of the teams and assign tasks more quickly and efficiently.
Hence, it ensures that the proposals become real projects and tangible results. Agile Management is our framework, and our focus is the employee experience; resulting in self-directed teams, committed talent, agility in the management of teams and projects, and a direct impact on the company’s results.
Flow meets agile
Flow meets agile
is a movement of innovation,
leadership and management where
teams work in an agile and efficient
way, oriented towards business challenges
and facilitating maximum performance
Principle 1: Our priority is to answer the demand from businesses who want to understand how to being happy at work improves business culture and productivity.
Principle 2: Projects develop around motivated and committed people. We need to facilitate a good environment, define limits and challenges, clarify our purpose, and trust in the execution of your work.
Principle 3: The most efficient and effective way to communicate information to your team, and facilitate communication in return, is to have a conversation face-to-face.
Principle 4: Flow in its fullest expression is the principle measure of progress.
Principle 5: Speed up, simplify, and develop an awareness about your work is essential.
Principle 6: Incrementally raising the level of sustained attention from individuals and your team improves the level of awareness in your organization.
Principle 7: The best results come from teams that are self directed. We give groups authority over self regulation and the confidence they need to grow as a team.
Principle 8: There is always room for improvement, no matter what, it’s good that we are doing something.
Principle 9: We ensure that our community feels active, creative, innovative, motivated, and full of vitality.
Principle 10: The agile process takes advantage of change, even in slow times, to provide a competitive angle to the client. Change is integrated in our DNA.
Principle 11: Be grateful, help others, and share so that happiness flows in your team.
Principle 12: All people have talent; you just have to discover where they shine.