The world has changed and coaches have a significant role in helping clients and their Agile organizations adjust to the post-lockdown world. This presentation explains how to help overcome the twin problems of survivor syndrome and resulting imposter syndrome.
Agile coaching for Scrum software development teams
In this presentation, Lyssa Adkins and Simon Powers explore the role and offer a definition of what agile coaching really means, what competencies you should expect from an Agile coach and a framework for learning. They will also share some cool things being done in this space to maximize the chance of transformation success by having the right people.
If today many people equal Agile with Scrum, the Agile approach is also deeply rooted in software engineering practices, like pair programming or refactoring, promoted by the eXtreme Programming (XP) movement. In this book, Emily Bache presents the Samman Technical Coaching approach. It is a method for helping software development teams to become more agile and raise the quality of their work.
As most organizations have moved from in-person to remote team Scrum coaching, the Agile coaching tool-set has had to adapt. This talk presents experience that has been gained so far and what are the tools that are most often used.
In this webinar, Anna Obukhova shares 4 practical tips that you can put into practice when working with tired or burnt out Agile and Scrum teams. A must watch for any coach working in a high-pressured team environment.
Learn how to promote self-organization in Scrum through systemic coaching and large-scale facilitation. Systemic coaching is a methodically guided self-reflection to consider systemic contexts of a concern from different perspectives.
Many people, even the people supposedly using Agile, have too much work to do. You have project work. You have support work, formal for customer support or sales, and informal for your colleagues. You have reports to write or file, time cards to fill out, or other periodic events. You know your multitasking is slowing down your work, making you crazy, and making it difficult to deliver your best work. You need a way to say no to more work.