Henrik Kniberg

  

Agile & Lean coach, Crisp

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

+46704925284

Certifications

Certified Scrum Trainer
Certified Scrum Professional
Certified Scrum Developer
Certified ScrumMaster
Certified Scrum Product Owner

Biography

Henrik Kniberg is an Agile & Lean coach at Crisp in Stockholm, working mostly with Spotify

He is former member of the board of directors of the Agile Alliance and enjoys helping companies succeed with both the technical and human sides of software development. During the past 15 years Henrik has been CTO of 3 Swedish IT companies and helped many more get started with agile and lean software development.

Henrik is an experienced teacher and award-winning keynote speaker. He is a Certified Scrum Trainer and does regular training and coaching together with Jeff Sutherland, Mary Poppendieck, and other thought leaders.

Henrik's three books have over 500,000 readers, are available in over 12 languages, and are used as primary guide to Agile and Lean software development by hundreds of companies worldwide.

- Scrum and XP from the Trenches - How We Do Scrum
- Kanban and Scrum - Making the Most of Both 
- Lean from the Trenches - Managing Large Scale Projects with Kanban 

Henrik also created the popular Scrum checklist and the online collaboration tool webwhiteboard.com.

For more info see Henrik's consultant profile and blog

Organizations I Train Through

Approved Courses

CSD

  • Certified Scrum Developer (Technical)

Extended Education

  • CST Extended Education Course

CSM

  • Certified ScrumMaster

CSPO

  • Certified Scrum Product Owner

Articles I've written

Reducing the Test Automation Deficit
Legacy code. It's out there, dragging you down, forcing you to create workarounds just to avoid touching it. Automated testing could help but who has time? And where would you even start? How about a little bit at a time? The Scrum way.

What to do When Scrum DoesnΓÇÖt Work
This article is a based on my keynote at the Cape Town Scrum Gathering last fall     Scrum is great! Except when it isn’t. What do you do when Scrum doesn’t appear to work?   Diagnosis 1: Using the process wron...