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Erlend Hollebosch
Agile Coach - Transition & Enterprise Coach

My main goals

As a Professional Agile coach, my main objective is to ensure that your organization as a whole achieves its own main goals. Of course an organization can do this by using my experience, guidance and various coaching and training techniques that I can offer, but the ways and solutions found must belong to an organization, not me.

I do NOT enter a company to seek glory for personal achievements or to impress you with my individual achievements. I come to help you achieve your personal success and improve your own organizational performance by helping you find your own ways.

My greatest achievement is your complete satisfaction with your own improved performance.

Every time I look forward to letting go completely (or reducing the intensity of engagement) when we both agree that your organization has reached a desired level of maturity and autonomy, and no longer rely on my coaching is needed (or can be reduced). My ultimate goal is to coach myself out of the track “

SAFe Program Consultant (SPC)

The SAFe Program Consultant (SPC) takes the lead in implementing SAFe according to the SAFe principles and is responsible for setting up the new organization. Responsibilities of a SAFe Program Consultant (SPC) Training executives, managers, and leaders on the SAFe framework Socializing the new concepts and providing orientation and overview training. Identifying Value Streams and the Agile Release Train Working with stakeholders to understand the flow of value; SPCs identify value streams and ARTs to find those that are the most opportunistic for launch. Creating the implementation plan Participating in the creation of a plan for the rollout, communicate upcoming changes, and establish metrics. Coaching ART execution The SPCs coach leaders and stakeholders are responsible for building and maintaining the Vision, Roadmap, and Program Backlogs. They coach teams, Product Owners, Product Managers, Architects, and RTEs. They also participate in the Scrum of Scrums and System Demo, facilitate I&A, and follow-up on improvement items. Finally, they help teams establish a DevOps culture and mindset, focusing extensively on the Continuous Delivery Pipeline, infrastructure, and associated Agile technical practices.

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An agile coach helps organizations implement the agile mindset and way of working by developing agile teams and facilitating the organizational culture change necessary for sustained agile success.

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Professional Scrum Master™ II (PSM II) Issued by Those who earn the globally recognized Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) certification have demonstrated an advanced level of Scrum mastery and proven an understanding of the underlying principles of Scrum. This individual has also demonstrated the ability to effectively apply Scrum in complex, real-world situations. Skilss: Agile Professional scrum master Scrum Scrum master Senior scrum master

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Those who earn the globally recognized Professional Scrum Product Owner II (PSPO II) certification have demonstrated an advanced level of Professional Scrum Product Ownership knowledge. This individual understands what is required to be an effective Product Owner who maximizes value using Scrum. This individual has also demonstrated an understanding of professionalism and a commitment to improving the value of a product delivered utilizing Scrum.

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Professional Agile Leadership™ I (PAL I) Issued by Those who earn the globally recognized Professional Agile Leadership I (PAL I) certification have demonstrated a fundamental level of understanding about how agility adds value to their organization and why leadership support of agile teams is essential to achieving organizational agility. This individual has also demonstrated an understanding of what leaders can do to support their teams to help them achieve higher performance. Skills Agile Leader Leadership PAL Scrum

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About me

As a criminologist you are fascinated by human behavior in conflict situations, not only of an individual, but also of a group or of society as a whole. You want to understand how transgressive behavior comes about, which factors influence this behavior and within which legal framework it can be placed.

The field of study of the criminological sciences is not limited to the perpetrators of criminal offences, but includes all facets that are involved in one way or another in delinquency or social deviance. This includes social responses to transgressive behaviour, the social origin of criminal laws, the functioning of the police, the public prosecutor's office, magistracy and administration, the fate of the victims of crime, the role of the (new social) media in the portrayal of crime. ..

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Agile coaching - Transition coaching - Project Management