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Comparative Agility Advisory Team

Comparative Agility Advisory Team Purpose
Scrum Alliance® volunteer teams offer practitioners worldwide the opportunity to come together to share their passion and knowledge about Scrum and Agile practices. The Comparative Agility Advisory Team will work in partnership with Comparative Agility staff to create a unique survey for Scrum Alliance®. CSPs, CSTs, CECs, and CTCs will use their practical experience to develop Comparative Agility survey content that is exclusive for their community.
 
Team Membership
The team will consist of up to twenty (20) members from the Scrum Alliance community who are actively using, or plan to use the Comparative Agility tool to assist in transforming teams and organizations, and have approached coaching in an evidence-based way. Team members must hold at least an active Scrum Alliance CSP® certification. The selection of team members will seek to balance members based on the following criteria:
  • Experience with Comparative Agility
  • Agile coaching work experience
  • Length of experience actively applying the knowledge and skills associated with the CSP certification
  • Length of experience in Agile and Scrum
  • Engagement and depth of network within the global Agile coaching community
  • Diversity of coaching perspective
  • Geography
*Priority may be given to applicants attending Global Scrum Gathering London.
 
Members of the Comparative Agility staff will serve as Product Owner and ScrumMaster for this initiative.

Responsibilities
The activities and outcomes that will be developed as part of the Comparative Agility Advisory Team will provide an excellent opportunity for members of the Scrum Alliance community to share their expertise and experience with the Comparative Agility tool to develop a unique Scrum Alliance survey. The surveys developed by the team will seek to address specific concerns that CSPs are having. Team members will contribute via email and teleconference, and may be required to attend a one-day face-to-face meeting during Global Scrum GatheringSM London. Team members will be asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement and are expected to abide by its terms, as well as to the working agreement designed by team.
 
The first Comparative Agility Volunteer Team introductory meeting will be held virtually in July 2018. Meeting times will be selected based on the team’s availability.
 
Application Deadline: 22 June 2018