Are you an experienced Agile Coach looking for a new and exciting opportunity? Elevate Change, a leading firm specializing in organizational transformation and agile practices, is seeking a talented individual to join our team as an Experienced Agile Coach. If you are passionate about driving Agile transformations, fostering collaboration, and empowering teams, this could be the perfect role for you.

About Elevate Change:
Elevate Change is a forward-thinking consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations embrace agility and drive meaningful change. We partner with clients across industries to enhance their ability to adapt, innovate, and thrive in a rapidly changing business landscape. Our team of experts brings deep knowledge and experience in Agile methodologies, Lean practices, and organizational transformation, enabling our clients to achieve sustainable growth and success.

Role Overview:
As an Experienced Agile Coach at Elevate Change, you will play a pivotal role in guiding organizations through their Agile journey. You will work closely with leadership teams, product owners, Scrum Masters, and development teams, fostering an environment of continuous improvement and Agile excellence. Your primary focus will be on coaching and mentoring teams to adopt Agile principles, practices, and frameworks while ensuring the successful delivery of projects and initiatives.

– Collaborate with clients to assess their current Agile maturity and develop customized Agile transformation strategies.
– Provide hands-on coaching to teams and individuals, enabling them to understand and apply Agile principles and practices effectively.
– Conduct Agile training sessions and workshops for various stakeholders, including executives, managers, and team members.
– Facilitate Scrum ceremonies, including sprint planning, daily stand-ups, sprint reviews, and retrospectives.
– Identify and resolve impediments, foster transparency, and promote a culture of continuous improvement within teams.
– Collaborate with other Agile Coaches and cross-functional teams to share best practices and drive consistency across projects.
– Help teams measure and track their progress using Agile metrics, providing guidance on how to improve their performance.
– Stay updated with the latest trends and advancements in Agile methodologies and share knowledge within the organization.

– Minimum of 5 years of experience as an Agile Coach or in a similar role, driving Agile transformations in complex environments.
– Strong expertise in Agile methodologies, such as Scrum, Kanban, and Lean.
– Proven track record of coaching and mentoring teams to adopt Agile practices and deliver high-quality results.
– Excellent facilitation, communication, and interpersonal skills to effectively engage with stakeholders at all levels.
– Solid understanding of software development processes and principles.
– Certifications such as Kanban Management Professional (KMP), Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP), and Team Kanban Practitioner (TKP) are highly desirable.
– Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a related field is preferred.

Join Elevate Change:
At Elevate Change, we value innovation, collaboration, and a relentless commitment to excellence. As an Experienced Agile Coach, you will have the opportunity to work with industry-leading organizations, influence their transformational journey, and make a significant impact on their success. We offer a dynamic and inclusive work environment that encourages professional growth, provides ample learning opportunities, and recognizes and rewards outstanding performance.

If you are passionate about Agile methodologies, have a proven track record in driving Agile transformations, and thrive in a collaborative and fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you. Elevate Change is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds.

To apply, please submit your resume, a cover letter outlining your relevant experience, and any relevant certifications to Please include “Experienced Agile Coach Application” in the subject line.

We appreciate all applications, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further consideration.

Thank you for considering a career with Elevate Change.

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Agile approaches have downplayed the role of management. Too many people say, โ€œWe donโ€™t need no stinkinโ€™ managers.โ€ On the contrary. We need managers to create and refine the agile culture and create leadership capability across the organization. Without modern management, any agile transformation dies a quick and ugly death. Instead, itโ€™s time to invite managers to change their behaviors to transform to an agile culture. Learn to see and create management excellence for your agile culture.

In this session, Johanna Rothman talked about the myths, traps, and illusions that prevent management from achieving leadership excellence and agility. She showed us actions to bypass several of these myths, traps, and illusions; How to learn which management behaviors to change, to serve the agile team or organization; and learn ways to invite your or your manager’s thinking patterns to change.


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Many enthusiasts joined us from around the world to learn from Johanna. You can find a screenshot of the presentation below.

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Modern Management: Adapt How You Lead for Agile Success with Johanna Rothman

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