My name is Martin. I feel strongly attracted to the human side of teams and organizational behavior. I am a Certified Professional Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC). I had the chance of having worked with clients of all sizes in America and Europe. I am a frequent speaker and facilitator of sessions in various international conferences on Agile and Scrum.
I'm passioned about human relationships, participatory and transformational learning, and self-organization. My attention is currently focused on coaching, both at the executive level and at the enterprise level, and creating environments where individuals learn the most and challenge themselves.
In June 2009, I founded Kleer, a company of which I am part today. Alongside professionals who I admire, on a daily basis, we conduct our business with the aim to promote and accompany other organizations in their transformation to new and more efficient ways of working, innovate and interact with customers.
Articles I've written
I often encounter mature Agile teams, well trained in Scrum, some of them doing Scrum of Scrums and having already participated in several releases. These teams' retrospectives frequently bring in opportunities for improvement in a number of areas...
Measuring Sprint Progress
I often find that teams implementing Scrum have questions about how best to track progress. There are several different commonly used options. Some teams divide each story into tasks of one-day duration. Well, they try to; actually, I've seen...