Evelyn Tian is a Lean and Agile Coach and Trainer, and a speaker of international conferences.
She has over 20 years of product development experience in telecom products, automotive industry, financial sectors and e-commerce products, with vast experience from product management, project management, system architect, software development, system integration and installation, and customer support. She can easily move between high-level strategic management discussions and detailed discussions on software craftsmanship.
Evelyn’s focus is on organization transformational strategy, continuous improvement and enhancing the art and science of crafting products and service delivery. Evelyn has built a lengthy track record and gathered deep insights in coaching organization transformation, agile leadership, and teams to unleash their potential. She was previously the head of Ericsson Global Transformation Support Center, and supported the telecom giant's transformation initiatives.
She specializes in growing agile coaching capabilities, and has helped passionate agile practitioners from over 60 different countries through virtual mentoring and training programs to grow agile coaches and product ownership.
With backgrounds in both E.E. and C.S., she has furthered her education in EMBA, psychology, and professional coaching as well.
Evelyn is widely involved in the following external communities:
• Advisory Board Member of IEEE Software;
• speaks at and chairs conferences on Lean, Agile and product development;
• teaches at universities on Software Engineering;
• publishes and translates books and papers on Agile, Scrum, and Change Management;
She keynoted international conferences such as Agile Alliance XP Conference, Scrum Gathering Beijing, Agile Tour, Agile Latvia and more.
Evelyn is also one of the ScrumAlliance Certified Enterprise Coach, Certified Team Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer, Certified Agile Leadership Educator and Certified Path to CSP Educator. If you are interested in any training, and/or coaching for you or your organization, please feel free to reach out to her.