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Position 2260
Agile/Scrum Coach

Stout Systems is searching for an experienced Agile/Scrum coach to assist our client with their current transition to Scrum and Kanban.

This is anticipated to be a six-month engagement, and you must be able to work on site throughout it.

LOCATION
Livonia, MI

REQUIRED
  • You must have a thorough understanding of all of the roles on a Scrum team (Scrum Master, Product Owner, Scrum Team Member) and all associated agile/Scrum concepts.
  • You must be very experienced with the transition from traditional waterfall development to agile/Scrum.
  • You must have a track record of successfully assisting organizations of a similar size (50 developers total) with that transition.

PREFERRED
  • Our client is also implementing Kanban, so any experience implementing Kanban in a software development environment would be a plus.
  • Scrum Alliance certification in one or more areas

OVERVIEW
  • Our client began transitioning to agile/Scrum several months ago. Previously they followed a traditional waterfall approach.
  • Their 25 developers in the U.S. and 25 developers overseas enthusiastically received the rollout of agile/Scrum, but there has been some resistance since then.
  • In your role as agile/Scrum coach, you will observe our client's Scrum teams, identify weaknesses or mistakes in their implementation of agile/Scrum, and make recommendations to help them improve their rollout of agile/Scrum.
  • You will help the teams understand user stories and how to properly scope them.
  • You will leave the teams with blueprints that will guide them toward best practices in agile/Scrum even after the engagement has ended.

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