Agile Coach | Swedish Fortune 500 Multinational Fashion Retail Giant | 10-15 years (BB-45E77)
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The guardian of agile mindset and processes. The coach is responsible for managing agile ceremonies, efficiency of team processes and keeping up continues improvement. The coach develops a deep understanding of the product area and/or product team processes and adds value with broader perspective. On a daily basis the coach works across teams as a facilitator, coach, servant leader, mentor teacher, deblocker and change agent.
The Coach is a champion of the agile process and a strong force in driving the cultural and organizational transformation. Agile Coach is a multifaced role and the responsibility differs dependent on which level the coach operate on, team or area.
· In a passionate and encouraging way contribute to develop and spread the culture of H&M and the agile mindset.
· Grow a healthy, collaborative, continuously improving engineering and product culture
· Facilitate speed, quality and customer value creation through agile ways of working
· Educate and support development of team members and areas in Agile concepts/processes. One coach normally guides 3-5 product teams (depending on the degree of maturity of the teams and agile experience) plus the organization, incl. C-level stakeholders.
· Promote self-organization and team spirit inside the teams. Pushing for the right, not for the easy.
· Setting up and conducting ceremonies (dependent on your assignment).
· Assist with internal and external communication, improving transparency and radiating information
· Facilitate discussion, decision making, and conflict resolution.
· Facilitate getting the work done without coercion, assigning, or dictating the work.
· Supports Competence Leads in driving capability building within the competence area, drives development of selected capability building programs
· Experience in coaching 5+ teams in Agile
· Experience and strong passion for promoting agile ways of working and changing current ways of working
· Thorough knowledge of Agile methodologies, new trends and frameworks; such as Scrum, and is able to adapt and apply them in any situation
· Broad practical experience in Agile; working as scrum master, product owner, agile coach or similar
· Experience in solving typical issues and risks of Agile roles
· Knowledge of Agile software development processes
· Thorough business knowledge within relevant product area
· Ability to define value propositions and break down/clarify MVP
Technical Competences – Describe the technical competence.
· MS Office
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