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Agile Coaching Competency Framework


From the Agile Coaching Institute

  • Agile-Lean Practitioner. Ability to learn and deeply understand Agile frameworks and Lean principles, not only at the level of practices, but also at the level of the principles and values that underlie the practices enabling appropriate application as well as innovation.
  • Professional Coaching. Ability to act as a coach, with the client’s interest determining the direction, rather than the coach’s expertise or opinion.
  • Facilitating. Neutral process holder that guides the individual’s, team’s, or organization’s process of discovery, holding to their purpose and definition of success.
  • Mentoring. Ability to impart one’s experience, knowledge and guidance to help grow another in the same or similar knowledge domains.
  • Teaching. Ability to offer the right knowledge, at the right time, taught in the right way, so that individuals, teams and organizations metabolize the knowledge for their best benefit.
  • Technical Mastery. Ability to get your hands dirty architecting, designing, coding, test engineering, or performing some other technical practice, with a focus on promoting technical craftsmanship through example and teaching-by-doing. And, expertise in agile scaling patterns or structures.
  • Business Mastery. Ability to apply business strategy and management frameworks to employ agile as a competitive business advantage such as Lean Start-Up, product innovation techniques, flow-based business process management approaches, and other techniques that relate to innovating in the business domain.
  • Transformation Mastery. Ability to facilitate, catalyze and (as appropriate) lead organizational change and transformation. This area draws on change management, organization culture, organization development, systems thinking, and other behavioral sciences.

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