The Expert Agile Club is a global community of agile professionals that have extensive expertise and experience in the application and implementation of agile practices. The goal of the club is to create unique opportunities for career exploration and development. We aim to design an environment in which the members can thrive and grow their knowledge and expertise. The Expert Agile Club coordinates many programs to assist its members grow and develop, with an emphasis on networking events, consulting panels, interview workshops, and showcase webinars.
We believe in moonshots and strive for 10x advancements. We encourage our members to strive for the impossible and achieve the unthinkable and we work hard to facilitate their path to greatness.
There's no "I" in team and there's no human being that can claim his success is only his own. We believe in collaboration and communication as the ultimate means for building and growing our diverse community.
We are focused on pushing ourselves harder and faster every single day. Our aim is to learn, share, grow and become incrementally better versions of us.
Although not a mandatory requirement, 97.5% of our members have taken formal agile training and hold at least one industry recognized agile certifications. Over 50% of the club’s members hold two or more industry recognized agile certification.
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