Digital strategy

At Agile Tech Solutions, we create practical and clearly defined digital strategies that fit seamlessly into your business processes.

With our Scrum-based approach, we ensure flexible and team-oriented solutions that can be quickly adapted.

We also take global perspectives into account to strengthen your competitiveness in international markets. Our goal is to effectively guide you through digital change and drive innovation.

Operational visions of the future

In the digital strategy, we work with companies and internationally operating organizations to develop pragmatic, clearly defined and directly implementable plans with significant added value. These plans integrate seamlessly into existing business processes, are flexible to adapt to technological changes and promote continuous innovation. They enable digital initiatives to be effectively prioritized and viewed as an integral part of the overall strategy, creating a clear roadmap for digital transformation.

Scrum-Inspired Digital Strategies

Scrum workshops for integrated digital strategies: Your team shapes the future. The Scrum method is an agile framework that emphasizes teamwork and flexibility. It enables teams to quickly adapt to new requirements and work more efficiently through regular reflection. This leads to innovative solutions in the development of digital strategies.

Worldwide knowledge integration

Dynamic competence building with an intercultural focus: The integration of cross-industry best practices supports not only companies, but also internationally operating organizations in the development of new strategies. By incorporating diverse cultural perspectives and experiences from different markets, we promote a deeper understanding of global needs. This strengthens the ability to operate effectively in an international context and drive innovation.


The development of a digital strategy in our consulting approach, both for companies and for internationally operating organizations, is completed in a targeted manner within one month. We value an efficient and focused analysis of existing processes, goals and the market environment in order to develop a precise and future-proof strategy.

The Scrum method is particularly suitable for developing digital strategies for several reasons:

  1. Agility and Flexibility: Scrum enables rapid adjustments to changing market conditions and user needs, which is crucial in the fast-moving digital world.

  2. Promoting teamwork and communication: Through regular meetings and close collaboration within the team, problems are identified and solved more quickly. This improves the efficiency and quality of work.

  3. Short development cycles: Through iterative development cycles, so-called sprints, results can be achieved more quickly and improvements can be made continuously.

  4. Customer focus: Close involvement of stakeholders and customer feedback in the development process ensures that the final product meets user needs.

  5. Transparency and Accountability: Scrum promotes a clear distribution of tasks and responsibilities, which leads to greater transparency in the project and ensures that all team members work towards common goals.

These characteristics make Scrum an effective method for creating digital strategies that can be implemented in an adaptable, user-centered and timely manner.

Intercultural competence is crucial as companies and organizations increasingly operate globally and form teams with employees from different countries and cultures. Every employee brings with them their own individual cultural influences that influence their way of working and their perspective. This diversity can be a great strength, but it also presents challenges, especially when it comes to implementing strategies.

Without intercultural competence, there is a risk that cultural differences and nuances will be overlooked. This can lead to misunderstandings, conflicts and reduced effectiveness of strategy implementation. Strategies that are developed and implemented without taking different cultural backgrounds into account often encounter resistance and are not implemented successfully.

Intercultural competence makes it possible to recognize, respect and productively use these cultural differences. It helps to create an inclusive work environment in which the diversity of employees is seen as a resource. This promotes collaboration and helps strategies be implemented more effectively because they take into account the needs and perspectives of a global team.

The implementation of digital strategies can fail for various reasons, including:

  1. Inadequate planning and goal setting: A lack of clarity about goals or unrealistic planning can hinder implementation.

  2. Resistance to change: Employees can be skeptical about change, which leads to a lack of acceptance and support.

  3. Lack of resources: Insufficient financial, technical or human resources can make implementation difficult.

  4. Lack of management leadership and commitment: Without active support and commitment from the leadership team, the digital strategy can stall.

  5. Technological challenges: Compatibility issues, outdated systems or inadequate technical infrastructure can pose obstacles.

  6. Inadequate training and skills development: A lack of training and further education can mean that employees are not adequately prepared for the changes.

  7. Weaknesses in communication: Poor internal communication can lead to misunderstandings and gaps in information.

  8. Lack of adaptability: Inflexibility to changing market conditions and user needs can reduce the effectiveness of the strategy.

  9. Inadequate data analysis and use: Insufficient analysis and use of data can lead to wrong decisions.

  10. Cultural Differences: In internationally operating organizations, intercultural differences can pose additional challenges.