A Certified ScrumMaster® is well equipped to use Scrum, an agile methodology to any project to ensure its success. Scrum's iterative approach and ability to respond to change, makes the Scrum practice best suited for projects with rapidly altering and high emergent requirements, enabling teams to deliver usable software consistently and periodically through a defined project lifecycle.
The role of the ScrumMaster can be seen as crucial and involves overcoming challenges to progress, facilitating the process, and working with the product owner to make sure the product backlog is in good shape and ready for the next sprint. The ScrumMaster ensures that his team lives by the values and practices of Scrum, and doing so ensures their high performance.
This two-day Certified ScrumMaster training is delivered by Scrum Alliance Certified Trainers (CSTs) who will provide you with a deeper understanding of the three overarching areas of change under Scrum: Iterative Development, Self-Management, and Visibility required for greater project success as a ScrumMaster.
This training is being conducted in partnership with KnowledgeHut, a Registered Education Provider of Scrum Alliance
Understanding of Scrum framework, including team roles, activities, and artifacts to get a project off ontheright foot
Practical, project-proven practices
Understanding of how to scale Scrum from small-sized to large, multi-continent projects
Tips and tricks to use Scrum in a wide variety of environments
Access to local user groups, online social networks, and additional resources that are only available to Scrum Alliance members
Profile page on the Scrum Alliance website and access to a specially designed logo to highlight your credentials, on passing the online CSM Exam
This training is being conducted in partnership with KnowledgeHut, a Registered Education Provider of Scrum Alliance.
Training by experienced Scrum Alliance Certified Instructors (CSTs)
14 PDUs - 16 PDUs , and correspondingly 14 SEUs - 16 SEUs (Varies according to the CST)
Course Fee includes the CSM Certification (exam) Fee
Scrum Alliance approved course material authored by CSTs
Practical experience working with Scrum tools and activities
2-year membership with Scrum Alliance on passing the online CSM test
Your successful completion of this 2-day CSM course makes you eligible for Scrum Alliance's Online CSM Test.
After completing your CSM course, you will receive an email from Scrum Alliance that includes a link to create your login credentials. You will use those credentials to gain access to the Online CSM Test. Once the test is complete, you will be asked to accept a license agreement. You will then receive the official designation of Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) from Scrum Alliance,along with a two-year membership with Scrum Alliance.
Aakash Srinivasan is an Agile trainer, coach, TBR-certified trainer and speaker who travels to consult Fortune 100 companies on business efficiency, process improvements, organizational change and large-scale Agile transformations.
He holds several qualifications including Agile Certified Practitioner, Certified Scrum Developer, Certified Scrum Trainer and other certifications.
He is a mentor and trainer par excellence and his training workshops are very popular.
Nanda Lankalapalli has been involved in software development since 1992. As a Certified Scrum Trainer, Nanda has expert-level knowledge in Agile and Scrum and as a Software Architect, he has expert level technical skills in Agile Engineering Practices. With this combination. Nanda helps technology people, as well as, process people understand Agile well.
Nanda's Agile journey started in 2002 when he was part of a team with Mike Cohn in Denver, Colorado, USA. He practiced Scrum and other Agile methods thoroughly over several years, and his teams are highly successful in delivering products using Agile techniques. He is proficient in Agile Engineering Practices (from XP) and Lean Software Development practices. Nanda helps individuals, teams and organizations in their Agile journey by providing training, coaching and transformation services.
Adrian Perreau de Pinninck holds a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and is knowledgeable in all parts of the software development process specifically applying Agile to R&D projects.
Adrian first studied Computer Engineering where his main interests became distributed systems and the project management methodologies. While he was studying for his Masters, he started working at a small internet consulting company and as a lab assistant for distributed programming and compiler theory. There he learned requirement analysis techniques and started to apply some of the project management techniques he had learned.
Later he worked at a software development company where he became proficient in object oriented development. His interest in methodologies took him to learn about XP and Scrum through books and articles. He introduced unit testing and TDD in the projects he worked on.
Alan O'Callaghan is an experienced Scrum Product Owner and ScrumMaster, Agile transformation consultant, Scrum coach and software architect who works with large corporations and start-ups alike, helping them to gain Agile fluency. Like many in the Agile community Alan's roots are in object-oriented programming, software and systems architecture and the Patterns Movement. It was through an active interest in Jim Coplien's organizational patterns that he first came across Scrum (as a pattern language)at the OOPSLA convention in 1998 after which Scrum gradually took over more and more of his professional life. Described as having a "laid back charm" he nevertheless generates enthusiasm and energy in the Teams he works with. Alan is an active member of the Scrum patterns community.
Alexandre helps creative workers, teams and organisations to learn better by facilitating unique learning and training experiences on agile, self-organising teams and learning 3.0. He really believes that emergent learning and learning facilitation are the keys to creative workers' success and expertise in this complex and fast-paced new world of work.
Alexandre is the author of 'How Creative Workers Learn', the first book in the Learning 3.0 series, and founder of the Learning 3.0 brand at Happy Melly. Throughout his career, he has moved from programming computers to software development; then moving back into to database development; product, project and team leadership; agile coaching...and finally: business management. In all those fields Alexandre was in someway involved with learning initiatives and mentoring, realising that was where he is able to make a huge social impact, and so identifying this as his calling in life.
Anderson has extensive work experience of more than 15 years of which 10 years were spent in the Java ecosystem and more than four years working with Scrum projects. He has over 6 years’ experience in the capacity of a trainer, mentor and counsellor having been a professor of technology for graduate and undergraduate courses. Today, he is an Agile Coach at AdaptWorksand conducts training in order to help professionals transition into the world of agility.
His specializations include experience in architecture and product development and information systems on the Java platform using Agile or waterfall, portal tools, big data, linked data, data mining and decision support systems. Having worked in Development Teams in the capacity of a Product Owner, and ScrumMaster he also has organizational experience which he brings forth in his training. Along with these, he is also an expert of Scrum, Java, Architecture, Development and other Agile methodologies. He has vast experience in recruitment and selection, foreign trade, health, health and benefits plans.
Bill Li, is a CST (Certified Scrum Trainer) by qualification and a prolific consultant, mentor and coach active in China and Asia, Managing Principal of UPerform Consulting Group. With over 20 years of cross-functional experiences in IT sector, Bill is among the pioneers who promoted Scrum and Agile since 2007, and is an active contributor and speaker at agile community, including major Scrum and Agile conferences - See more at: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/gli3.
Bill enjoys developing people and organizations through high quality Scrum and Agile training and consulting services. His passion lies in helping clients’ product development organizations and teams to become more effective, having less waste and fewer impediments in their processes, less pressure, more expertise, higher enjoyment, and producing better product and services, in an open, transparent, creative, and self-organized environment.
Bill translated Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber into simplified Chinese and published it in 2007. He also co-translated Ken's next book on Scrum & Enterprise and Mike Cohn’s User Stories Applied, together with other 2 titles in Project Management area. Bill is MBA from Schulich School of Business, York University, and Bachelor of Engineering from South China University of Technology. He lives in Shanghai, China and Vancouver, BC, Canada. - See more at: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/gli3.
As a seasoned expert in the IT industry and the first CST in Israel, Danko is a well-recognized international speaker with unique ways of presenting Scrum to newcomers. His first steps began in 1997 when he completed 5 years of service in the Israeli army in a special elite program, where he was Group Manager in a computer unit. Afterwards, Danko joined a startup by the name of EagleEye, a subsidiary company of New Dimension where he was in charge of several development groups.
In 2000, BMC purchased New Dimension and Eagle Eye became a business unit of BMC. In 2005, Danko was exposed to Scrum and from that date, there was no looking back. Danko gained more and more knowledge and experience in Agile and specifically in Scrum and found himself training and mentoring other organizations using his speciality to implement Scrum.
Ethan has led the Agile transformation in large fortune 500 global enterprises like State Street, Electronic Arts, Cisco Systems, State Street etc, with a focus on coaching the software engineering team in adopting Agile/Scrum methods and changing the way they think and work.
He has over 16 years of working experience in IT project management, solid project management background in different industries like consulting, outsourcing, telecommunication, gaming, finance, healthcare, banking etc. He is focused on organizational transition from traditional waterfall to Agile/Scrum, re-align IT Project Portfolio Management under the Agile/Scrum context, developing organisational technical Center of Expertise in Continuous Delivery; and forming Agile/Scrum teams.
Ethan is knowledgeable in both traditional project management methodology (PMBOK) and Agile (Scrum); His qualifications include CST, CSP, CSD, CSM, CSPO and PMP credentials. He has rich experience in adopting various software process management technologies, e.g., Scrum, RUP, and MSF, including 8+ years hands-on experience in managing IT project full lifecycle from pre-sales/product visioning to project closure.
He is an Agile and Scrum enthusiast.
Specializations: Certified ScrumMaster training, Certified Scrum Product Owner training
Evelyn Tian has been working as a Lean and Agile Coach, passionately helping organizations with Lean and Agile transformation. She has over 20 years of product development experience, and her primary interests include product development improvement, scaling, change management, leadership and software craftsmanship.
She has worked with media, modem, IT services, core and radio products in telecom, digital transformation, and has unique insights and rich experience in large scale Agile transformation.
Evelyn switches from Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Certified Agile Leadership Educator (CALE) to Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) as needed when coaching organizations. She is also a professional coach (Certified Master Coach, Executive Coach and Performance Coach) who draws pleasure from helping individuals and companies continuously improve, and generates positive energy.
Jacky has been involved with programming since 1994. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree qualification from Nanjing University, he has been working in MNCs for 10+ years including telecom, finance, and Internet domain. He has been taking on the responsibilities of senior engineer, R&D manager, Q&P, agile coach etc.
He started practicing Agile since 2007. He has wide experience in Agile transformation of large organizations, as well as team building and engineering practice adoption.
His training and coaching clients include many famous MNCs and private organizations. Along with helping professionals build hard skills such as programming and project management, he is also good at mentoring individuals on improving emotional awareness with soft skills such as coaching and facilitating, so as to improve overall performance and organization agility.
He is the core organizer of China Agile communities, and translator of the book “SOA with REST” and “Effective Unit Testing”.
His specialities include:
• Agile coaching and consulting to organizations
• Practical agile software R&D patterns mixing Scrum/Kanban/XP/Less etc
• XP engineering practices, such as TDD, Refactoring, CI, emergent design, Pair-programming, ATDD, Automation
• Good at service-oriented distributed architecture design, and overall solution of mobile applications
• Skilled at J2EE, Python, RobotFramework, embedded-C, nodeJS, iOS, EmberJS, also UML modeling and design patterns
James Smith first experienced the power of Scrum during a most dramatic of corporate turnarounds. Holding a very painful client-facing position and tiring of having nothing but bad news to communicate to his clients over and over again, a new job search had begun. Then Scrum took seed.
In an incredibly short time, Monday mornings were once again something to look forward to and not to dread. Clients soon began requesting that they slow down their pace; they were overwhelming their IT departments with new features. Life for everyone in the corporation, and for those to whom they came home at night, got much better.
Moving into the ScrumMaster role and being part of the many successful releases delivered to our clients has been an extremely gratifying part of the past years.
He feels that Scrum when properly implemented makes life better for all involved. And at the end of the day, that is a very good thing of which to be a part.
As a trainer, mentor and advisor, he has been honored with the opportunity to bring the spirit and techniques of Scrum with multiple training engagements for organizations like Sony, Boeing, HP and the US Department of Defense.
James holds several qualifications and certifications; he is Six Sigma Certified, a Certified ScrumMaster, Product Owner and Trainer and holds an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management.
Jim Wang, CST, is a management consultant working with organizations to improve their software development processes.
Jim has 20 years of experience in the software industry within China as well as abroad. Jim began his career as a Chief Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) engineer at Vicor in the US.
After living in Boston for 11 years, where he was actively practicing Scrum, Jim returned to China and successfully built up the Endeca Offshore Development Center in Shanghai (acquired by Oracle) and the Avid China Development Center in Suzhou.
Both centers were using Scrum. He has mentored over 150 teams through the successful delivery of high-end software products. He has also served as Director of Oracle’s Shanghai BI R&D center, held senior posts at several global software development firms he has a vast understanding of coaching and training executives from different backgrounds and cultures.
With more than 20 years of experience in product development, Jimi Fosdick, holding CST, PMP, ACP certifications has worked in a wide range of organizations, including publishing, software, advertising, financial services and the public sector.
As a Certified Scrum Trainer and Project Management Professional (PMP), he conducts wildly popular, interactive, “full-immersion” public and private Agile and Scrum training workshops around the world each year, helping organizations surface dysfunction and improve processes through Scrum and Agile practices.
Since becoming a Certified Scrum Trainer in 2008, Jimi has mentored and trained more than 2000 Scrum Masters and Product Owners to achieve the qualification and his public and private workshop participants have a 100% pass rate on both the Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master exam and PMI’s Agile Certified Practitioner exam. Jimi also uses his expertise and time to lead large-scale Agile transformations at the world’s leading companies.
Kok Ewe ('KE') Siew is an Agile Coach & Certified Scrum Trainer.
KE has been involved in many product development projects in the semiconductor industry since 1994. He had a successful career as a product development engineering manager, but in 2009, he decided that he had had enough of the problems repeatedly encountered by product teams as a result of the waterfall approach to product development. KE decided to join in on a mission by a small group of Agile champions to transform the mindset and culture of the semiconductor giant to Agile, one small team at a time. He became a full-time ScrumMaster/Agile Coach, and started coaching and training Scrum teams.
KE is today a recognized pioneer of the Agile community in his home site, Intel Malaysia. Agile adoption is gaining momentum in the corporation, and KE spends most of his time nowadays mentoring product teams and their managers to help them with their Agile transition. KE has conducted many Scrum workshops teaching Agile principles/values and Scrum practices to new teams. He emphasizes on the importance of the 'Agile mindset' as this greatly facilitates the adoption process. Many of the teams he has trained have successfully embraced Agile thinking to achieve great business results.
KE’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (1st Class Honours) from the University of Melbourne, Australia; a Master of Business Administration from the Heriot-Watt University, Scotland; and a Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems and Technology from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, under the Singapore-MIT Alliance programme.
Lizzy Morris is a seasoned executive consultant whose focus is driving measurable results for her clients, their processes, employees, and financials. Lizzy has over 20 years’ in-depth experience in software development, project management and strategic consulting. This experience has netted her unique ability to provide you with the right tools and techniques tailored to the needs of your organization. As a trainer and coach, she shares her wealth of knowledge with an innovative flare that is uniquely Lizzy.
Amongst her most recent accolades, Lizzy has become the first African American female in the world to qualify as a CST (Certified Scrum Trainer) within the globally recognized Scrum Alliance, certification body. Her journey has evolved in the corporate arena; Lizzy has served as Organizational Change coach in organizations across the world. Her career has taken her across Europe, Asia, and Africa. Today Lizzy serves as the VP Of Agile Transformation for one of the largest global recruitment holding companies in the world.
Lizzy owns a specialized boutique management consultancy company that specializes in helping Fortune 500s, and top 50s secure measurable results for delivering end to end value.
Lizzy burns with a deep passion for Scrum. Her time rotates around helping her corporates clients adopt Scrum as their primary transformational foundation framework because she believes Scrum helps organizations and teams discover the Agile tolerance.
Lizzy's classes are packed with improvisations and experiences that allow her students to transcend their cognitive bias and reframe their context. Lizzy sees herself as a lifelong student of learning how to inspect and adapt to deliver value with more and more speed and precision.
Lizzy spends her spare time working on projects that expand upon her love of supporting and mentoring others but this time in aid of the empirical journey of everyday living.
Lonnie Weaver-Johnson obtained a qualifying degree in Communications and then went on to a 20 year career implementing IT projects or leading people through change. Lonnie enjoys transforming people and organizations through coaching, conflict resolution, performance management, or simply training and imparting knowledge.
Lonnie began working with Scrum in 2006 and her Scrum training has taken her across the country and to India and Canada where she has shared her knowledge and experience with Scrum. Helping Scrum teams learn and grow together until they reach a high performing stage is Lonnie's passion. Her candid and patient coaching style helps people understand how to make the necessary behavioral changes to make Scrum work for their teams.
She also enjoys partnering with leaders to help them understand how the changes will impact them and their organization. Lonnie has seen Scrum work very well and she has seen it fail. She shares these experiences in her classroom so that students can benefit from her own personal experience. Lonnie has been an IT leader, a business analyst, a corporate trainer and instructor, a Toastmaster officer, a public speaker in her community, and a volunteer at local high schools training kids on team development. In each of these cases Lonnie brings high energy to her classes, motivates the learners, and uses humor and stories to keep people engaged.
Manjit Singh is a remarkably talented, value-driven leader offering 20 years of experience in product management and Enterprise Level Programs and Initiatives in commercial, Federal and non-profit sectors. Manjit has over 12 years’ experience using Agile methodology for software development and full SDLC. He has defined product requirements, functional specifications, and product roadmaps with clear objectives and long-term vision.
During his 20 years of software development experience, he has a track record in increasing performance throughout the product lifecycle by providing technical leadership for strategic planning, business process design and improvements, solution development, technology innovation, software development, system integration, and change management.
Manjit excels in guiding, training and mentoring teams to provide solutions that deliver greatest business value. He is adept in capitalizing on interpersonal and technology skills to create a unique blend of innovative solutions and products while pushing the creative envelope.
Marco helps companies to achieve better results by using Scrum and a wider set of Agile practices. He coaches teams, management, Product Owners and Scrum Masters in their adoption and further development of Agile practices. He has coached and mentored several big companies like Randstad, Ahold and Wehkamp and many smaller companies to enhance their agile expertise.
Marco is passionate about the use of Scrum to help teams and organisations to achieve higher customer satisfaction, higher productivity, better predictability, more flexibility, better quality and more fun and excitement!
Marco is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and Certified Scrum Coach (CSC). In 1997 he graduated cum laude in Computer Science at the VU University in Amsterdam. His experience with Agile dates back to 2001, when he worked at OTI on Eclipse related projects.
Mario Gadet professionally teaches, coaches, and consults to people and organizations about agility, Scrum, lean thinking, and design thinking. He helps, inspires and educates them about values, principles, practices, benefits, and application of agility and lean.
Working internationally since 2008, Mario has a record of developing products and delivering impact. Since 2011, Mario has focused on organization agility and its associated thinking, especially in large (DAX30) German companies. As an Agile Trainer and Coach Mario, has been engaged at various organization levels, inspiring them to collaborate and produce across organizational boundaries.
Mike Stuedemann, PMP, CST, PMI-ACP has presented on Agile at numerous industry events including PMI-Minnesota's Professional Development Days, the Minneapolis-St.Paul Chapter of IIBA, and Agile Development West.
Mike worked in a number of roles within the IT and Product Development industry including Savigent Software as an Engagement Manager, Medtronic in a number of IT Leadership roles, Data Recognition Corporation as a Business Analyst and for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) as a Staff Consultant. Mike was also one of the co-founders of Collaborative Leadership Team, an Agile Training firm.
His qualifications include undergraduate degrees in International Management and Japanese from Gustavus Adolphus College and an MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.
Pavel is an Agile coach and trainer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was born in Belarus but in 2009, dislike of harsh winters and an adventurous spirit brought him to Cape Town. He helps organizations implement Agile sustainably through mentoring, training, and coaching.
Over the past several years, Pavel has worked with major financial organizations, retail giants, and telecommunication companies to improve their organizational processes. He also helped organize multiple Regional Scrum Gatherings in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Pavel is a seasoned presenter who has spoken at events in Paris, Prague, Shanghai, Bangalore, Atlanta, New York, Singapore, New Jersey and Orlando, as well as in South Africa.
Currently, he explores topics on coaching psychology and financial models behind Agile projects.
Peter Borsella is the founder of Winnow Management Corporation, based in Pompano Beach, Florida. Peter is an IT professional with over 25 years of experience in application development and IT leadership. He also holds qualifications as a Project Management Professional (certified by the PMI) and a Certified ScrumMaster Trainer (certified by the Scrum Alliance). His ability to contribute across a wide range of environments has taken him to organizations such as First Data Corporation and eFunds Corporation and outside the United States to Taiwan, Israel, and Hungary.
Peter is an expert in administering all aspects of project management, as well as providing authentic leadership to create effective teams. An active and contributing member to both the PMI and the Scrum Alliance, Peter’s speaking engagements focus on bridging the gap between traditional Project Management and Agile Project Management. As a trainer, counsellor and mentor, his goal is to help others understand how to get the best return from any project by achieving higher levels of software quality, increased customer satisfaction, and cohesive teams that enjoy increased productivity.
Rowan Bunning is an Australian pioneer of the world’s most widely used Agile framework. Rowan has trained close to 3,000 people in Australia and New Zealand, making him one of the most experienced Agile trainers in the region.
Rowan began using Agile development practices (then known as eXtreme Programming) in 2001 and introduced Scrum company-wide in 2003 to deliver projects and innovative enterprise products in complex environments.
As an Agile Coach in the U.K., Ireland and Australia since 2008, Rowan has a track record of facilitating rapid Agile transformations including cultural change at organisations ranging from start-ups to global brand-name enterprises across the real estate, media, food, building security, data security, collection and content management industries as well as the public sector.
Sekhar is on a journey to transform the world of work, and his ultimate aim is to mentor fellow professionals so that they enjoy coming to work every day.
He is an Enterprise Transformation Coach primarily focused on building great teams that build great organizations, inculcating agile ways of working, lean thinking, promoting innovation and help leadership transitioning through change that enables business agility.
Steve Spearman is a founder and Principal at Swift Ascent, LLC. Steve is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and an Agilementor and coach working at the enterprise and team levels. He has over 30 years of experience in corporate software development as a software developer, architect, project manager, scrum master and in multiple management positions. His enterprise experience spanned leading corporate organizations including Bell Laboratories, Lucent, Avaya, and Cisco Systems.
For the last 4 years, Steve has been providing Agile-focused training and coaching to companies ranging from late-stage start ups to large corporations. He has been a presenter at several conferences, including the 2012 Agile East conference, Mile Hi Agile 2014, Scrum Gathering 2014, and Agile 2014.
His qualifications include a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Computer Science. His other certifications include: SAFe Program Consultant (SPC), PMI-ACP, PMP, Certified Scrum Product Owner, and Certified Scrum Master.
Stuart considers himself a developer of healthy ecosystems, where intelligent people can be highly productive and collaborate to solve the many intractable problems encountered in today’s increasingly complex and rapidly disrupted world.
Stuart has worked with and within start-ups, global 100 companies and a variety of organizations in between. He has also been an independent consultant and developer, running three small companies in the UK before moving to Singapore in 2011.
He is a polymath and reads extensively on a variety of topics including andragogy, anthropology, architecture, classical literature, complexity, ecology, history, neuroscience, philosophy, politics, psychology, the sciences and sociology.
An avid traveller, he has travelled throughout south-east Asia and Australasia for two years and his breadth of interests and experiences enable him to cross-pollinate ideas and practices, which in turn perpetuates his desire to continually learn. He actively enjoys progressive resistance training, trekking, camping, cinema, classical music, cooking, fine dining, opera and the theatre.
He brings his global experience into his training and mentors his students to perform to the best of his abilities gaining expertise on relevant topics and on-the-job skills.
Timothy Korson is a Scrum trainer and coach. He has had many years of substantial experience working on a large variety of systems developed using modern agile techniques. This experience includes distributed, real time, embedded systems as well as business information systems in an n-tier, client-server environment. Dr.Korson’s current focus is on helping organizations implement high value products using Scrum through mentoring and training employees and helping them gain expertise on Scrum.
As a leader in the field of agile software development, Tim has authored articles, given numerous tutorials on agile techniques, and worked with numerous organizations transitioning to Scrum.
ZuzanaSochova has over 14 years of commercial experience in IT, beginning as a software designer/engineer and moving up into project management, program management, and into executive management at a company that provides SW services for international customers (USA, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, …) that are operating in mission critical and life critical sectors – i.e. air traffic control management systems, extensive healthcare applications, and public safety systems.
She started with her specialization in Agile and Scrum back in 2005, where she was involved in implementing the Agile methods at Medtronic, USA. From that time, she was responsible for Agile transformation and implementation of Agile and Scrum to many companies and teams.
She works as Agile coach, counsellor, consultant and trainer for both large and small organizations. As an Agile expert, she is sought after as a regular speaker at Agile international conferences. She is also a founder of the Agile Association (AgilniAsociace, agilniasociace.cz) Czech Republic, organizing the Agile Czech community and annual Agile Prague Conference (agileprague.com).