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Michael Sahota


Certified Enterprise Coach, Agilitrix

Location: Toronto Canada


Certified Enterprise Coach
Certified Agile Leadership Educator
Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster


My Courses

Certified Agile Leadership I
9-10 December, 2017
Location: Delhi, India

Certified Agile Leadership I
16-17 December, 2017
Location: Pune, India

Certified Agile Leadership I
22-23 January, 2018
Location: New York, NY, United States of America

Certified Agile Leadership I
25-26 January, 2018
Location: Chicago, IL, United States of America

Certified Agile Leadership I
29-30 January, 2018
Location: San Jose, CA, United States of America

More Courses


I believe people deliver astounding results when they have Passion and Purpose. Joy and Meaning. Creativity, Safety, Trust and Belonging. I believe we can foster work environments where people can grow and evolve to unleash their best every day.

I help people cultivate their organizational culture. To invite a more conscious way of being and relating. To evolve organizational structures and practices that foster new ways of working.

I am a guide: I help leaders navigate the world of organizational reinvention. I support learning and growth through: training, coaching, consulting, and facilitation. I increase awareness of the connection between actions and outcomes. I invite change. I walk the talk.

Since 2001 I have been fostering an Agile way of working. Since 2010, I have been helping organizations evolve their organizational culture to create places where Agile may flourish. As a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), I help leaders bridge the world between Agile and organizational reality.

Organizations I Train Through

Approved Courses


  • Certified ScrumMaster


  • Certified Agile Leadership I


  • CAL II—Advanced Education and Validated Practice


  • CAL II—Peer Workshop

Articles I've written

5 Ways Scrum Creates Safety: Why One CSC Uses Scrum and XP Together to Avoid XP Risks
In 2006, while recovering from an eXtreme Programming (XP) implementation gone bad, I presented my observations on the differing focus of Scrum and XP at my local user group (XPToronto). Since then, I have continued to see this pattern in the agile community and my direct work practice. It's time to share this story to enhance clarity on how Scrum and XP differ and why that makes them better together.


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