Trainer：Lyssa Adkins, Michael Spayd
- 敏捷畅销书《Coaching Agile Teams》作者 Lyssa Adkins 女士首度来华
- 国际知名专业教练(Professional Coach) Michael Spayd 先生结对教授
- 课程支持Scrum Gathering 2012上海大会
Lyssa Adkins (from the USA) Since 2004, Lyssa has taught Scrum to hundreds of students, coached many agile teams, and served as master coach to many apprentice coaches. In both one-on-one settings and small groups, she enjoys a front-row seat as remarkable agile coaches emerge and go on to entice the very best from the teams they coach. Prior to agile, she had more than fifteen years of expertise leading project teams and groups of project managers (she was even a PMO Director — twice!), yet nothing prepared her for the power of agile done simply and well.
Lyssa believes that agile is more than an alternate project management methodology and I am passionate about deepening the roles in agile – specifically agile coach and agile manager – to help agile move into its fullest expression.
Lyssa holds an alphabet soup of certifications: Certified Scrum Coach (CSC), Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), Project Management Professional (PMP), Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB) and she is also a trained Co-Active Coach and Leader.
In 2010, Lyssa authored Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition.
Michael Spayd (from the USA) In a word, Michael’s professional work is about transformation. He seems to be wired to help people, and systems, change. He is drawn to cutting edge ‘technologies’ for coaching and organization development. He has been an organizational change coach and consultant for 20 years, working with Fortune 500, small businesses and non-profits. For 10 years he has specialized in technology-oriented teams and associated enterprise transformation efforts, working with over 50 teams in that time. He was trained as a Team and Organizational Coach and hold a Masters degree in psychology, and he is trained in Co-Active leadership, executive coaching, and organizational behavior. He is also a Certified Organization and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSCC), a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM).
- What is Agile Coaching? Why is it Important?
- The Being and the Doing of Agile Coaching
- Interlocking Roles: Agile Coach, Product Owner, Agile Manager
- When to Coach the Team, When to Coach Individuals
- Critical Skills for Coaching Teams, Team Members, Product Owners, Managers, Stakeholders
- Coaching Styles and When to Use Them
- Setting the Environment for High Performance Teams
- Detecting and Solving Problems
- Starting up Great Teams; Repairing Existing Teams
- Agile Coach Failure, Recovery and Success Modes
- Relevant Facilitation Skills
The Coaching Agile Teams course is meant for ScrumMasters, agile coaches and project managers in transition – people who are ready to take the next step beyond practices and principles and move into activating teams to achieve the full promise of agile.
You’ll walk away from the course with your personal coaching improvement backlog – a tangible plan you can use to thoughtfully improve your coaching when you’re back in your daily circumstances. We use your real world situations and scenarios throughout the class allowing you to craft powerful ways to address the challenges you face. You’ll also have many new things to try with your teams and you will probably depart with a few provocative ideas to chew on (in fact, maybe wrangle with for a while). All of these outcomes add up to your ability to become the excellent agile coach your teams need.