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Nimesh Soni


Location: Chester Springs, PA



Certified Enterprise Coach
Certified Scrum Professional
Advanced - Certified ScrumMaster
Certified Scrum Product Owner



Nimesh is an Enterprise Agile Coach, Trainer, and Agile Transformation Consultant. He holds several certifications including Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC/CSC)  and SAFe SPC. 

He has helped several large scale transformation initiatives, often working at multiple levels including Teams , SMs, POs, and Senior Executives in the organization. He comes with very rich 25+ years and has consulted companies in US and Europe on Agile/Scrum/Lean/Kanban.

He is very passionate about agile, has several articles published to his credit, and the author of Agile Release Planning book as well as Playbook for Scrum Teams. He is also bringing two of his passions, Art and Agile, together to explain agile concepts using illustration. Check out his illustrations at www.Companion.Cards

He frequently shares "Perls of his Agile Wisdom" through his website as well as several social media channels. You can find him on twitter @beyondCSM  

He can also be reached via email at





Organizations I Train Through

Approved Courses


  • Certified ScrumMaster

Work experience

Arete Solutions LLc, Enterprise Agility Coach/Agile & Scrum Trainer
April 2011 - Present, , US
Enterprise Agile Transformation Coach, Trainer

Liquidhub, Program Manager/Agile Process Expert and Coach
June 2007 - April 2011, Wayne, PA
Enterprise Agility Coach/Agile & Scrum Trainer

Siemens Medical Solutions, Scrum Master
December 2005 - April 2007, Malvern, PA

Articles I've written

Keep Your Team Seeing RED
How focusing on Requirements gathering, estimation, and delivery (RED) can keep your project in the green.

Delivering the W, One Game at a Time
We know that Scrum's simple framework can be applied outside of IT, but can it work for a football team? Whether they know it or not, the New England Patriots seem to be employing many elements of Scrum in their quest for excellence.

Unlearn What You Have Learned
To be truly successful with Scrum, you must fundamentally change the way you work. It's not just teams that must adjust; management and business have to think differently too. Breaking long-held habits is never easy, but it can be done.


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