Career path of Scrum Master and Agile Coach
presentation and discussion
Getting good results with Agile is relatively easy: form a cross-functional team, prioritize backlog items, create shippable product each iteration. Basically, follow the process and your team is likely to deliver value. No surprise here.
Getting truly great results, especially consistently, is a bit more rare. Great results require a great team. And great teams rarely just happen. A team aspiring towards greatness often needs a coach: trained, experienced, competent in such craft. This is where Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches come into play. But how do we create good (even great) Agile Coaches? Unfortunately, it is not clear in the industry. Beyond basic Agile training, there is no clear path a coach can take towards competence, let alone mastery. For instance, how do Agile coaches know what to study, with whom, and for how long? Who (or what) will recognize them when they achieve competence? How does this correlate to our market valuation and work compensation? Let’s look together into the career path of Scrum Master and Agile Coaches and try to structure what we know so far.
Facilitator: Yury (Woven Planet Agile Coach Team Lead)
*This event will be English only
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