In preparation for a book, this blog post is the first of many on Agile Governance; a topic that I have been researching and developing for a few years. Unlike many of my other blog posts (which are extensions of standard processes), this concept is cutting edge, and I am really looking for as much feedback and comment as possible.
I have been teaching Agile methodologies for several years, and I have made a very deliberate decision not to teach Scrum certification. As a Certified Scrum Teacher (CST) I could certainly make a lot more money, but from personal experience to be “Agile” means doing a lot more than just Scrum.
Evan Leybourn is a leader, coach and (soon to be published) author in the developing fields of Agile Corporate Governance and Lean Business Management; applying the successful concepts and practices from the Lean and Agile movements to corporate management. Evan has a passion for building effective and productive organisations filled with actively engaged and committed staff while ensuring high-levels of customer satisfaction. He has held executive, board and advisory positions in private industry and government
Evan currently calls Melbourne, Australia, home, but works with clients across Australia, South East Asia and America to develop institutional capability and is a regular speaker at a variety of international conferences.