Mark studied communication engineering and started his professional carrier as a software developer at Siemens AG in 1997. In the following years he acquired profound knowledge about software development, from analysis to integration practices in the enterprise environment.
After first inspiring experiences with agile methodologies he changed to the joint-venture of Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) in 2007. He worked with different teams as a Scrum Master and from 2009 additionally as an agile coach within NSN. While coaching in Germany, India and China agile-offshore product development groups (Large Scale Scrum, more than 260 developers, about 28 Scrum teams), he was able to gain a lot of experience.
He created the Team-Knowledge-Model to visualize the knowledge distribution in a team. The team members can reflect on this model if they have the right knowledge in their team or if they need team external knowledge. Who can provide help? Who needs help? Afterwards they can agree on concrete measures to improve individuals and the team.
2011 he joined Valtech GmbH Germany and has been working as an agile coach for development teams, Product Owner and Management in the telecommunication-, automotive industry, insurance business, e-commerce and retail.
After ten years at Valtech he decided to work as a freelancer in parallel to his engagement at Valtech. Contact him...
Initial Lead Coach.
Parts of my involvement are already well described in the case study. In addition, I would like to mention that I conducted several CLP Trainings for ADD employees, ADD mangers, and ADD partner departments as well as some suppliers. Working closely together with Konstantin and Paul since mid/end of 2016. After the mention one-day introduction ADD executive workshop, I was engaged full time until end of October 2018.
I worked with the Migration- and Executives Team on the organizational design and the desired working model. I was involved in the communication and collaboration with other development units, HR-department, working counsels and organizational approval department. Monthly participation in the ADD executive board.