Scrum Alliance and Business Agility Institute have collaborated on the first-ever State of Agile Coaching Report. We have attached the copy and direct link to download. What do you think about this report? Please comment. Bookmark this page for direct access to more reports from Industry.
Here are the key take aways!
The vast majority of people who consider themselves agile coaches do not hold master-level agile or coaching certifications.
Coaches with the same experience and certifications can expect to make less at companies new to agile than they can at companies who are further along on their agile journey.
Experienced coaches and those holding master-level certifications are most often contract hires or consultants rather than full-time employees.
Most agile coaches invest in a lifelong learning journey
Clients select coaches based on their experience and reputation, as well as for their ability to provide specific services, such as agile coaching and agile transformation.
Agile coaches make an impact by helping organizations improve in 5 areas:
Agility across the organization
Communication, collaboration, and transparency
Delivery, speed, and quality
Individual, team, and organizational metrics
An agile coach’s success is often measured based on the performance of those they coached rather than by specific coaching metrics.
What is value of an Agile Coach? (Most commonly mentioned to least mentioned)
Improving agility across the organization
Improving communication, collaboration & transparency
Improving delivery speed and quality
Improving individual, team, and organization metrics
Improving management mindsets
There are some information about learning investments and compensation details for Agile Coaches
What challenges do Agile Coaches face?
Leadership as a barrier to implementing agility
Lack of understanding about agile
Resistance to change from legacy structures, culture, and mindsets
Remote working and COVID-19
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Ref: The 2021 State of Agile Coaching and Scrum Alliance and Business Agility Institute
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