Yi Lv

  

Agile Consultant, Coach and Trainer, Odd-e

Location: Hangzhou, Zhejiang/China


Certifications

Registered Education Provider
Certified Scrum Trainer
Certified Scrum Professional
Certified Scrum Product Owner
Certified ScrumMaster

My Courses

Certified ScrumMaster®
7-8 August, 2014
Location: 杭州, China

Certified ScrumMaster®
27-28 August, 2014
Location: Hongkong, Hong Kong

Certified Scrum Product Owner®
11-12 September, 2014
Location: 杭州, China


Groups I belong to

China

Biography

Yi Lv lives in Hangzhou, China. He is the first Certified Scrum Trainer from China since 2008. As a coach at Odd-e, he gives his best expertise to help more organizations transform to Agile, and coach teams to improve their output and learning.

He has worked in various positions in Telecom industry since graduation in 2000, ranging from Software Developer to Management position such as development manager, project manager and quality manager. From late 2005, he started to get acquainted with Agile software development, in particular, Scrum. First, he introduced Scrum to manage the projects, then, acted as driving force in transforming the whole product organization. He led a department inside that product organization and focused on developing teams and Scrum Masters to create sustainability. It was not an easy 5-year journey, but very rewarding one in terms of both improving the business and the people. Since he joined Odd-e at the end of 2010, he worked with more industries, recently focusing on Internet industry.

Organizations I Train Through

Approved Courses

CSD

  • Intro to Scrum (Intro)
  • Certified Scrum Developer - Technical Practices (Technical, Elective)

Extended Education

  • CST Extended Education Course

CSM

  • Certified ScrumMaster
  • Certified ScrumMaster - Private only

CSPO

  • Certified Scrum Product Owner

Articles I've written

Requirement analysis and Design flow in Scrum
Requirement analysis and Design flow in Scrum By: Yi Lv CSM, CSP, CST When do requirement analysis and design activities happen in the Scrum framework? How is our understanding of requirement and design analysis valuable in the Scrum framework? ...