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Within Scrum teams there are three main roles, the Scrum Master, the Product Owner and the development team, but here we look at Agile roles on a broader basis. Looking at the bigger picture there are also Agile Coaches and Agile Leaders who work with the Scrum team to guide and support the teams and help both companies and individuals to become more Agile.

To help on your path to agility we have four sections with a resource library for each role, including articles, reading lists FAQ’s and more.

Agile Roles

Scrum Master

Scrum Masters are hands-on Agile practitioners who help teams achieve twice the work in half the time. By embracing Scrum values and principles, and leading teams through product development, they play a crucial role in helping organisations achieve competitive advantage.

Product Owner

A great product owner is like the CEO of a product. They hold the product vision, drive purpose, and help the team achieve the mission. It is the kind of role that empowers people to design, create and collaborate toward products and services that truly delight customers.

Agile Coach

An Agile coach is the alchemist that helps transform organisational lead into gold. They work closely with teams to cultivate high-performing, Agile organisations that unleash people’s creativity and passion.

Agile Leader

In times of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) Agile leaders thrive. Agile leadership embraces values and principles that empower leaders to work closely with teams to produce the most valuable work and solve the most compelling problems. Quickly and effectively.

Our courses are certified by Scrum AllianceLess.WorksICAgile, and Scaled Agile, and include internationally recognised certifications.

How can we support Agile roles?

Our tried-and-tested approach has helped to create many high-performing teams and organisations that truly delight their customers. 
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