Conferences & Community

Agile Alliance – Agile 2021 Conference

How would you like to crack the code of learning how to solve anything? Yes, that’s right, anything! A bold claim but this talk is using core solution-focused coaching techniques and the art of co-creation, used in the coaching industry daily to help individuals navigate their goals and aspirations. You will be exposed to some of the neuroscience behind why these techniques have the impacts they do and how you can adopt and apply – you’ll be surprised how straightforward and powerful it is. We will also explore some of the psychological barriers that hold up even the most desiring individuals wanting to embrace co-creation and how you can navigate these. Learning Objectives – What is the HOOKd method? – The neuroscience and the art of co-creation. – Psychological barriers that get in the way of co-creation and how to navigate them. – How to apply the HOOKd method to your life, work, coaching.

Webinar: The Journeys of 7 Black Scrum Alliance Coaches

A panel discussion of seven Black coaches sharing their experience becoming Certified Agile Coaches.

Why has there been such an under-representation of Black people in the field of agile coaching?

With only seven Black Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Coaches, how do we address the lack of diversity in our community and what can we do to support more Black coaches taking steps towards coaching certification?


The goal of the panel was to:

  • Encourage more Black coaches to embark on the journey to certification;

  • Help people have an understanding of what it takes to become a coach;

  • Introduce the Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach and Certified Team Coach certification journeys;

  • Increase awareness in the coaching community to encourage more Black people to become great coaches;

  • Support the underprivileged where there is potential for self-development of great coaches and help them bring their dreams to reality;

  • Continue to support enterprises in their commitment to Culture, Values, and Ethics (CVE) because Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) has become a great part of Business Agility;

  • Dispel the myth that Certified Agile Coaching is only for “certain types of people.”

Scrum Alliance Virtual Conference – Scrum Mastery: Beyond the Classroom.


Expert Panel – The Future of Scrum Mastery

Special guest and Chief Product Owner of Scrum Alliance, Howard Sublett, has a hopeful message concerning the future of the Scrum Master role. Panel includes Kwasi Owusu-Asomaning, Michele Sliger, and Mike Cohn.

Questions asked include:

  • “What advice would you give to someone starting out as a Scrum Master?”

  • “How do I get started as a Scrum Master with no experience?”

  • “How do you see people using agile to make a difference in the world?”

  • “What is something you were wrong about when you started with Scrum?”

  • And more practical questions about the application of Scrum

Who is Agile? Yves Hanoulle – The most invasive thing we can do is ask a question… Kwasi Owusu-Asomaning (Who Is agile EP 014)

Interview with Kwasi Owusu-Asomaning for the video edition of Who is #agile (#WIa 014)

On this channel, you can find interviews with agilists around the world. All answering the same 10 questions….

Learn more about Kwasi Owusu-Asomaning.

Book: Who is agile the book edition


00:00:00 Introduction

00:03:13 What is something people usually don’t know about you but has influenced you in who you are? 00:12:06 If you had not been in IT, what would have become of you?

00:19:35 What is your biggest challenge and why is it a good thing for you? (Reframed to: What is my biggest opportunity)

00:26:05 What drives you?

00:31:58 What is your biggest achievement?

00:36:47 Do you have a personal agility tip to share?

00:41:35 What have you learned about remote working recently?

00:47:03 What is the book you have read?

00:52:48 What question do you think I should also ask and what is the answer?

00:56:55 Whom do you think I should ask next?

00:59:40 Get in touch