3333 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO
Note: This meeting topic was postponed from the January event due to a scheduling conflict.
What are the skills that make a great Agile Coach? What guidelines are in place to show us that we're on the right track in this profession? How does one MASTER Agile Coaching? This month we'll be reviewing the Agile Coaching Competency Framework as created by the Agile Coaching Institute.
Michael Spayd and Lyssa Adkins have described the framework in their whitepaper: http://www.agilecoachinginstitute.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Agile-Coaching-Competencies-whitepaper-part-one.pdf
This framework describes 8 competencies plus a coaching stance to help bring us back to what is most important as an Agile Coach. Join us for a fun, interactive overview in our first gathering of 2017!
Food and beverages will be provided. Attendees can receive 2 SEU's (Category A - Scrum User Group Event) per meeting toward the Certified Scrum Professional (CSP).
• 6:00pm-6:30pm: Meet n' Greet
• 6:30pm - 6:45pm: Announcements
• 6:45pm-8:00pm: Presentation
Software Program manager interested in all things Agile
Long-time developer, now working in Java. Discovered XP in 2001 and hooked on Agile ever since.
Agile Senior Project Manager, excited to network with others.
IT Leader and lover of Agile and Lean principals, values and Ideas.
ScrumMaster and Agile believer!
Longtime software developer, who is now serving as scrum master for several teams at Cisco.
Wearer of many hats ... Scrum Master, Web Dev Manager, Database Administrator
Agile coach at Alteryx, working with full-stack and data analysis teams.
I'm a Scrum Master who is working toward my goal of becoming an Agile coach.
I work from home for a healthcare IT company in VA.
CSP working in the software dev world.
My name is Mark Bowers. I'm an agile coach focused on lean and agile enterprise transformation.