Brave Agile


We hope we get to help you with that. We believe that regardless of the type of industry, the secret to success for any corporation or organization lies in its ability to renew itself.

Renewal is always a combination of change in thinking and doing. Inevitably, this change is reflected in an organization’s ability to execute. Ability to execute is the key enabler for renewal through solving customers’ problems, which will lead to success.

’Agility’, ’Agile’ and ’Lean’ are themes that are talked about a lot – both brilliant talk and nonsense – and they are on the development agenda for increasing number of companies. This web site aims to explain our approach to agility through continuous renewal – and maybe even break a few myths while at it.

Continuous renewal is not a project, but a continuous process. That’s why Brave Alliance offers implementation as a service.

Please click here to get in touch with us to discuss how to

  • start the change in your organization right now,
  • create an agile, customer-focused ability to renew,
  • lead continuous renewal

“You may train for a long time, but if you merely move your hands and feet and jump up and down like a puppet, learning Karate is not very different from learning a dance. You will never have reached the heart of the matter; you will have failed to grasp the quintessence of Karate.” – Gichin Funakoshi

“To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the highest skill.” -Sun Tsu

“Technology by itself is not the real disruptor. Being non-customer-centric is the biggest threat to any business.” – Alberto Brea

“When I first began learning about the Toyota Production System, I was enamoured by the power of [one-piece flow, kanban, and other lean tools]. But along the way, experienced leaders within Toyota kept telling me that these tools and techniques were not the key. Rather the power behind TPS is a company’s management commitment to continuously invest in its people and promote a culture of continuous improvement. After studying for almost 20 years…..this is finally sinking in.”- Jeffrey Like