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Episode 23: Natalie Warnert, Agile Transformation Coach at Salesforce – Agile:NEXT

In this episode of AgileNEXT, Natalie Warnert joins Daniel and Stephen and talks to us about Agile and the community. Some topics include:

  • Agile Transformation
  • Coaching
  • Women in Agile
  • AgileNEXT

Bio:

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-warnert-ma-spc-csp-37548019

As a developer turned Agile coach, I understand and embrace what it takes to build great products. My extensive experience in Agile methods and user experience in the mobile and web-based industry makes my skills an asset to any team’s continuous improvement journey. From building the right product to building the product right, I am a driver of strategy and learning through validation. My recognized expertise has earned me a reputation as a thought leader in the Agile industry and has led to invitations to present and publish my ideas at the national level.

I have experience in healthcare, legal/regulatory, retail, and the P&C insurance industry.

I am also very active within the Agile industry including blogging at www.nataliewarnert.com, writing articles for the Scrum Alliance and others, and speaking at Agile conferences like the Scrum Gathering. I am a recognized thought leader and industry expert in the Agile community. I am also very active with the grassroots #WomenInAgile initiative <www.womeninagile.com>, focused on getting more women involved in contributing to the Agile community. I am also writing my thesis on increasing women’s involvement in the Agile community.

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