Originally published on the agile42 website on 13 May 2016.
Interview with agile42 South Africa coach Regina Martins about her path and approach to coaching.
In this new instalment of our “Meet the Coach” series we talked with Johannesburg-based coach Regina Martins about change, the Agile world and “the smell of the place”.
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This article was originally posted on April 20, 2013. Much has changed since then on my development and it is worthwhile reflecting back since then.
...for a long time now I've wanted to chart my Agile journey. It started 3 years ago and because I aim for continuous improvement personally and professionally, this journey will not be over any time soon.
To understand the above statement I feel I need to explain that before I fell into Agile, Scrum, to be specific, I had been a Project Manager delivering projects rather successfully using traditional or waterfall methods for 10 years already. I resisted Scrum for 3 months and when the magic started happening, despite my confused feelings about letting go and not trying to control everything all the time, I became an instant convert.
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