a highly successful (project) management method

STAGILE is a hybrid process with contents from traditional process models and agile methods. Originally developed to accelerate and improve system development. The processes and best methods from different processes were combined and already successfully used. Project teams that have used this method have already been awarded with the IPMA Finalist Award.


STAGILE uses both traditional process components and project management methods (Stage-Gate, Risk Management, Project Scope, Stakeholder Management, etc.) as well as essential elements of agile approaches such as: Planning Games, SCRUM, Holacracy Elements, Lean Project Management, Design Thinking, etc.


All of these components have been combined into a very strong process model and method case, to perform projects better and faster, while still achieving a higher level of team, customer and client satisfaction. Numerous successful projects for medium and large companies give the STAGILE method right. Achievements can already be shown after a short time.


  • System developments (HW, SW projects). Especially in projects where the area is already developed in agile software, but still synchronization and coordination is missing with the hardware.
  • Companies that are allready developing after the stage-gate process, and now want to take the step towards agile development
  • Management of organization. STAGILE can also be used very successfully to ensure strategy implementation.
  • Management of departments (development, marketing, ...)
  • Implementation of project portfolios
  • and much more

Benefits of STAGILE

  • Simple, easy to learn
  • High transparency
  • Highest team motivation and team satisfaction
  • Easily adaptable to the respective challenges
  • Continuous improvement as an essential part of the procedure
  • Support and relief of the project leader
  • Knowledge is distributed in the team
  • Empowerment and personal responsibility
  • And ultimately, faster to success

STAGILE can be used with appropriate tool support (e.g. ALEAS Board) very well and very successfully for distributed teams.