There are two trends that most executives agree with: Customers want things faster and more cheaply, but companies are not delivering at the pace they need to keep up with their customer needs. Now more than ever it’s critical for teams to be able to deliver value at the right time to your customers. Learn how your organization can accelerate product development, delivery, and deployment.
The scrum guide defines the role of a scrum master as being of service to three major components; The Team, The Product Owner, and The Organization. Most scrum masters have the confidence and support needed to be of service to the team, but being of service to senior leadership requires, coaching experience, confidence and intuition. My small group and iterative workshops are designed to incrementally develop and strengthen the prerequisite scrum master agile capabilities needed to ensure successful adoption of scrum practices within your organization’s agile transformatio
A great product owner is more than just an and industry subject matter expert; they must also excel in the competencies of Lean-Agile Product development. Every day, companies are faced with the challenge of rapidly increasing their ability to deliver innovative products and services, and create solutions to problems for the right customer. A great product owner is able to delivery innovative features and end user experiences, on three fronts; their stakeholders, their scrum teams, and of course their customers and end users. Maintaining a balanced focus and attention span across all can either be chaotic, or symphonic. Through my guided, small group Product Ownership Communities of practice, my clients have been able to incrementally mature the product capabilities necessary to thrive in today’s rapidly shifting world.
On an almost weekly basis, I meet scrum masters who are unsure of how their career will evolve. Often times, they want to become agile coaches, but don’t know where to begin. Well good news, a scrum master is actually an agile coach already! While agile coaches focus on a broader level of the enterprise agile transformation, scrum masters are coaches to their teams. The funny thing is that many times, agile coaches are loaded up with agile/scrum certifications, but forget to learn what it truly means to be a coach.
One of my favorite things to do is to mentor, and coach scrum master’s on their personal agile journeys to mature into coaches.
If that’s you, then don’t hesitate to reach out!