The role of coach is often misunderstood. Coaching, very simply stated, is the act of helping someone find their own answers to their challenges. Many organizations engage with “Agile Coaches” and expect those individuals to “instruct” people on the right way to implement Agile and/or Scrum. But that is not truly the role of a coach. In any successful Agile adoption, coaching is certainly needed, but not generally until everyone has a solid understanding of the Agile mindset and the fundamentals of the framework of choice being used (i.e., Scrum). If your organization understands the basics and is ready for some coaching, we can help. We offer 2 different types of coaching.
The Agile Manifesto states that “The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation.” 93% of all communication is non-verbal. Coaching in-person is the desirable choice. It allows for keen observation, impactful conversation and rapid development of trust between the coach and those being coached.
Budgets and logistics don’t always allow for face-to-face coaching. Thanks to video technology, we are able to offer a virtual alternative. The advantages to this approach are that it’s generally less expensive and more flexible in terms of time of delivery. The downside is that it’s not face-to-face.
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