What is Agile coaching?
Similar to the conventional definition of coaching, Agile coaching refers to unlocking a team’s or organisation’s potential to maximise their performance by adopting Agile ways of working. Agile coaching helps teams to learn Agile frameworks and apply them to ensure they are goal focused for their business and their customer.
Who is an Agile coach?
An Agile coach helps organizations, teams, and individuals adopt Agile practices and methods while embedding Agile values and mindsets. The goal of an Agile coach is to foster more effective, transparent, and cohesive teams, and to enable better outcomes for customers.
Agile Coaches play an important role in scaling and sustaining Agile at the enterprise level. Agile Coaches act as change agents to scale and sustain enterprise-wide Agile implementation. They help leaders and teams adopt Agile ways of working and embed Agile practices and behaviours across the organisation. They do it through on-the-job coaching, facilitation and mentoring that is tailored to teams and to different phases of the organisation’s Agile transformation roadmap.
Key success factors for Agile coaching
The best coaches introduce new ways of working to help teams collaborate and solve difficult problems in varied ways, from the early stages of a project to launch and beyond. Listed below are 5 key success factors that define the most successful Agile coaches:
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