Communities have an important part to play in agile coach development. Agile practitioners and coaches have a strong sense of collective purpose; usually around making the world a little easier to live/work in and treating your fellow person with respect (whilst getting the work done). Communities are one of the most important ways to learn the practices associated with agile coaching.
Learning from those more experienced and sharing stories is central to what is called cohort-based learning. At SOURCE, we understand this and developed the SOURCE Incubator, which combines both our community and learning program.
SOURCE has invested heavily in building strong communities; we have a 1000+ agile coach Meetup group as well as a private, free online agile coaching community on a dedicated platform that uses Mighty Network technology.
The SOURCE online community is a FREE open community just for agile coaches. It is a safe space to engage in discussions about the practice of agile coaching.
Come along to learn and network
SOURCE sponsors the Responsive Agile Coaching Meetup group. This means we make the space available for the community to come together and learn whilst meeting new people.
It is free to join. See below for past and future events.
With 1200+ members it is dedicated to bringing the latest thinking on topics that are current for agile coaches now.
In “Responsive Agile Coaching” – Niall McShane draws on over a decade of agile coaching experience to document a clear and well-researched model that lifts the lid on how agile coaching actually works. The book starts by defining what the role of agile coach has become in recent times before putting forward a field-tested and theoretically sound model for conducting agile coaching conversations.
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