If you’re not learning, you’re not Agile. Empowering people to learn, explore ideas and innovate are some of the greatest benefits that can come from adopting Agile ways of working. Agile Coach Christina Ohanian and Scrum Coach Geoff Watts discuss why individuals & organisations have to take advantage of the opportunity to learn that Agile can bring to the table.
For more from our Agile in Business Today series, check out our YouTube playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbYk3pH7cmXh6HpJbfzD7IdZ5Nqni2yEa. And to understand more about Agile ways of working, you can find more information about our lessons on the subject on our website: https://www.circusstreet.com/courses/agile.
The founder of Inspect & Adapt Ltd, Geoff Watts is one of the most experienced and respected Scrum coaches in the world. Passionate about promoting self-development, he helps individuals create great teams by developing a culture of reflection, empowerment and engagement. Having started using Scrum at British Telecom, one of the first large-scale agile adoptions, he has since coached organisations large and small through their agile journeys. At the cutting edge of the developments in the agile world, Geoff can regularly be found speaking at both international conferences and local user groups.
Circus Street’s Scrum Master & Agile Coach, Christina is passionate about building and supporting self organising teams and individuals from the ground up. Having started her career in software testing, embedding and building communities of practice she very soon discovered that as much as she loved being a tester her purpose was destined towards a different direction. She is now an Agile Coach and an active member of the Agile community of practice. She loves coaching and learning about people, their passions and what motivates them. She speaks at and run workshops and also runs her very own games event #play14 London. Christina is also a Graphics Illustrator and enjoys bringing this into the workspace to run meetings and help teams collaborate.