Lots of Know-how to Guide You Safely

The Change Process in the DolphinUniverse

We’ve packed our whole experience about changes of the last 15 years into straight forward templates. Step by step – from start to end – just easy as it sounds. From identifying your constraint to implementing a more productive form of flow. Depending on your field of business, currently two available templates but there will be much more Future.

Agile Team / Single Project

You have a team or project you want to bring to the agile world?
Go for this.

Agile Multi Project Portfolio

Not just one project but a whole bunch of them? Or you are already agile and want to power it up for projects. 
Challenging but possible – Go for this.

Get Ready for a

Deep Change

The Idea behind the DolphinUniverse Templates

Constraint Management

Every company has exactly ONE constraint that defines performance. Optimization at the constraint have the biggest lever, while optimizations at the non-constraint just magnify the problems!

There are many types of constraints:

  • Resources & Skills.
  • Communication & Creativity.
  • Attention & Decisions.
  • Rules & Regulation.

You think, your company must have multiple bottle necks?
Don’t worry, most people do. But with a simple analysis we guide you to your one constraint.

what you might think is the constraint

the real constraint

The DolphinUniverse Process in a Nutshell

Key Factors for Effective Change

Core ideas rely on self-organization and applications of the theory of constraints

You have to change yourself. But some guidance and support from experienced professionals will help

Standardized templates include a lot of experience and best practice, which makes it easily adjustable to individual situations

In future, we build a community of users and supporters to refine and build new templates – easy change for everyone

Dolphins in the Open Sea

Telco (Telefonica Brazil) responsible for 10Mio Customers

Dolphins in the Open Sea

Product development of measuring
instruments for fault detection in supply networks –
200 employees, 40 developers