I am a pragmatic Agile and Lean Coach with more than 15 years of IT experience who cares about humanising the workplace.
I am passionate about Lean and Agile and working side by-side with teams to help them become more effective – promoting great ideas, empowering team members and enabling the implementation of valuable solutions through agile and lean approaches. I specialise in scaling Agile and helping executives, teams and individuals to adopt Agile values, principles and practices that thrive within their specific environment. I am a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Program Consultant and practitioner.
You can often find me active in the local agile community. I am the founder of the Agile Coaching Circles meetup in Melbourne, an organiser of other local Agile meetups and being a chair at the Agile Australia conference.
Over the years I have worked with various technologies, business domains, small and enterprise clients, and have held numerous roles including, Architect, Technical Lead, Consultant, Developer and ScrumMaster.
I’m currently working for Object Consulting in Melbourne as a Supervising Consultant and leading the Agile Practice. My role is to mentor and grow productive teams who are continuously beating their own standards for excellence.
If you are interested in speaking to me about how I can help with your Lean and Agile journey, please reach out to me by sending email to chris [at] c2reflexions.com
For more information about my professional profile visit LinkedIn.
I am an avid amateur photographer and enjoy golf, basketball, traveling and snowboarding.
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Please browse my Photo Gallery and let me know what you think. I wanted to post my images to share with you my passion for photography. I will continually post my favourite photos here as well as in Flickr. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have had taking them. Thanks for looking!
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