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Full name

Ernst Perpignand

Job Agile Coach
email perpigne [at] gmail [dot] com
City (Country) Paris (France)
Time 45'
Type of Conference Conference < 100 attendees
Level Expert

"We DO Agile" Why is it difficult for Solution Centers to Be Agile


Ernst is an Agile Coach and Trainer currently working with GROUPE ONEPOINT in France. He has started his career as a software developer, evolved into a .NET architect and now focuses on improving agility in development organizations using Scrum. As a trainer with, he teaches the Professional Scrum Master and Professional Scrum Developer courses. Ernst regularly shares his knowledge of Agile methods and engineering practices with teams while coaching managers, scrum masters and product owners in their adoption of agile values, mindset and behaviors. He focuses on improving human interactions and relations in his coaching as a way for teams to build great products people will love.


In today’s highly competitive market, leadership at most solution centers understands that Agility is the game to play to be successful. In the years I’ve worked with such solution centers, I’ve seen different agile offerings ranging for marketing facades to new product development offerings resulting from agile adoption programs. Yet all these initiatives have not seemed to bring the benefits that Agility promises. These shortcomings might be due to the contractual relationship between solution centers and their customers, a fundamental lack of understanding of agile methods or a shift in thinking about Agility in the context of Solution Centers that hasn’t taken place. This talk will present some real world initiatives along with their shortcomings, exposing the underlying patterns and some ideas on how to avoid the pitfalls.

Benefits for the attendees

Distinguer certains patterns dans l'adoption de l'agilité dans les centres de services Contourner les obstacles organisationnels à l'adoption de l'agilité

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