Evelyn Tian is a professional Lean and Agile Coach and Trainer.
She previously was the Lean and Agile Head Coach of Ericsson and headed the Ericsson Global Transformation Support Center. She has been passionately working with Lean and Agile transformations since 2009 and she has grown over 20 coaches and trainers through apprenticeship and mentorship programs. She designed her own Agile Leadership course in 2011, which has been delivered to over 1000 leaders. She has also developed her own Agile Coaching course, with more than 30 classes of graduates.
Evelyn’s focus is on organization transformational strategy, continuous improvement and enhancing the art and science of crafting products. Evelyn has built a lengthy track record and gathered deep insights in coaching organization transformation, agile leadership, and teams to reach their potential.
She has over 20 years of product development experience in telecom products, stock exchange applications, and electronic commerce products.
With backgrounds in both E.E. and C.S., she has furthered her education in EMBA, psychology, and professional coaching as well.
Evelyn is widely involved in the following external communities:
• Advisory Board Member of IEEE Software;
• speaks at and chairs conferences on Lean, Agile and product development;
• teaches at universities on Software Engineering;
• publishes and translates books and papers on Agile, Scrum, and Change Management;
Evelyn Konsult AB, Coach and Trainer
March 2017 - Present,
Professional coach and trainer, passionately helping organizations to transform.
Ericsson Communications, Head of Global Transformation Support Center
November 2015 - March 2017,
Supporting Ericsson, a global company with over 100,000 employees in over 150 countries to transform.
Ericsson Communications, Lean and Agile Head Coach
August 2009 - March 2017,
Helping different organizations with Agile transformation journey
Ericsson Communications, Various roles from integrator, designer, system architect, project lead, and product manager
July 1996 - August 2009, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Various positions within product development