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 received my PSPO I certificate from Scrum.org in September 2017. I took the PSPO I exam and passed it in the first pass with more than 90% mark in total, 100% mark on Scrum Framework, and 95% on Scrum Theory & Principles. I observed PSPO I training instructed by Dave Dame in September 2017. I took the PSPO I exam and… Continue reading Professional Scrum Product Owner I – PSPO I – Learn To Maximize Value
I introduced The Simple Coaching Model publicly for the first time as part of delivering the “Effective Yet Effortless Coaching” session on January 31st, 2017. In this post, I am going to talk about what this session is about and what and how this model can be useful. The Simple Coaching Model V1.0 What is… Continue reading Introducing The Simple Coaching Model
Let me introduce you to the Cynefin framework. If you are having a hard time pronouncing it, you are not alone. It is Welsh and is pronounced as /kun-ev-in/. It is a decision-making framework. Cynefin helps you to make better decisions based on the domain you are in. Cynefin Decision Making Framework Let me start… Continue reading A More Effective Decision-Making Framework: Cynefin, A Domain Driven One!
I attended “Scaled Agile-Leading SAFe” course instructed by Jerry Doucett offered by Berteig in October 2016. I received “SAFe Agilist” designation from Scaled Agile as a result of successfully completing the course, its requirements and taking the test. I passed the test on my first attempt. You can find more details about this course at… Continue reading Scaled Agile, Leading SAFe – SAFe Agilist
I had the opportunity to learn more about SAFe by attending a Leading SAFe course. To be honest, I didn’t have a positive overview of SAFe and its implementation (despite the fact that I had a blog post about it some times ago). After learning more about SAFe, my perspective has changed and I want to… Continue reading My Thoughts on SAFe and Leading it safely!
Several weeks ago I presented an introductory talk on how to scale agile in an organization, with the focus on SAFe and how the framework works. I am sharing the presentation here. I hope this will be a good intro for those interested in SAFe and how it works. This presentation can be found on… Continue reading Quick intro to Scaling Agile with focus on SAFe