Chris Chan

Leadership and Organisational Coach, ANZ

Agile coaching – then, now & next

The Agile Manifesto emerged 20 years ago, and Lyssa Adkins’ foundational text Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Manager in Transition was published 10 years ago. What was Agile coaching like then? Where is it at now and how can we shape the practice into the future?

Join us for a panel with Chris Chan, Jon Gedge, Katrina Kolt and Alexandra Stokes who are paving the path for this profession and the vital role it plays in helping organisations succeed.

Part exploration of how Agile coaching has got to where it is today and part futurespective, we invite you to join the conversation alongside lively members of the Agile Australia community!

 

About Chris Chan

Chris Chan is a Leadership and Organisational Coach who cares deeply about humanising the workplace. Drawing on many bodies of knowledge, he coaches leaders, teams and organisations through change and growth – increasing their agility to achieve outcomes in context.

He loves helping leaders make changes in themselves and in the organisations they love. In creating transformation in others, he helps leaders connect the dots and see the bigger picture. His purpose is to coach leaders and teams to bring about positive change to build learning organisations that help organisations succeed.

Chris has been a long-time supporter of the Agile community. You can often find Chris active speaking at conferences, or energetically bringing the industry together as founder of the Agile Coaching Circles meetup, supporting the Agile Australia Conference and an organiser of the Agile Coach Camp Un-Conference.

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