Linkedin is a great resource, to find information on people, and connect to them, share some updates and expand. However, there are people that are not using it very effectively, they might be using it efficiently though ;-). Below are my tips for building a strong network in Linkedin. Random People Do not add random… Continue reading Me & Linkedin Connections; Tips to Build a Strong Network
I am glad to announce that I started the Lean On Agile Podcast. It was due for the longest time. The first episode is about Agile Certifications and you can listen to it at Lean On Agile podcast. Lean On Agile Podcast You can also listen to the Lean On Agile Podcast on your favorite… Continue reading Lean On Agile Podcast is Here! + My Top 10 Agile Podcast Recommendations
I was fortunate to be among the 14 selected sessions out of 127 to speak at Big Apple Scrum Day in May of 2019. It was a sold out event ran by the great community of New Yorkers, for the community. I presented a topic that is very close to me. The title of the… Continue reading It All Starts with a Question, a Powerful One – Big Apple Scrum Day 2019
No matter how good you are (as a coach), or how much your client is capable in his or her field, make sure you are not assuming anything (or to start many important things). Always ask yourself (as a coach) what you are referring to is a fact or an assumption. If you don’t have… Continue reading Coaching Anti-Pattern #1: Assumptions
Agile Coach Camp Canada is very popular this year. The organizers decided to use a lottery style ticketing system. If you have not put your name on it, do it! It reminded me of Google I/O when the tickets were sold out in less than an hour. ACCCA is the Google I/O of Agile, even Agile… Continue reading Alternatives to Agile Coach Camp Canada! or My Recommended List of Conferences, Un-conferences, Local Meetups and More!
You are full of hope. You want to make changes. You want to make it stick. You are hopeful to make other people’s lives better, more meaningful if you may. You are longing for getting organizations’ not only to think about their bottom line but societies’. You aspire to make the flow smoother, to identify… Continue reading Canaries of the Intellectual World, Unite & Sing Together!
I had the utmost privilege and honor to be a speaker and part of Agile 2018 (the biggest of its kind). Shawn and I have presented Community-Driven Change. It was a great experience to present amongst the thought leaders of Agile and Lean world. I enjoyed sharing my learnings, thoughts, and breakthroughs via communities. We have presented on… Continue reading Community-Driven Change – Agile 2018
ٖٖٖ#AgileLunch is entering its third year in a week. It has been a very insightful journey. We met every last Friday of the month for the past two years, no exceptions! This couldn’t have happened without the help of the innovators, and early adopters. We continued to evolve when the early majority decided to be… Continue reading Agile Lunch Community
I took part in a three-day course, Agile Transformational Leader with Michael K Spayd and Michele Madore in April 2018. As a result of that, I have acquired “Integral Agile Transformation Framework” certificate. This indicates the level of knowledge I acquired and presented about Integral Framework and Mastering Leadership Circle. I wrote a blog post about… Continue reading Agile Transformational Leader – Integral Agile Transformation Framework
I took a three-day course on transformation, agility, and leadership. It was called Agile Transformational Leader. There were lots that I learned throughout whole three days. It was a great stop on my professional journey, to step back, and be more mindful of where the journey is taking me. I was in the course with… Continue reading Speak Up!