In the recent Agile on the Beach conference, there were many discussions around the risk to Agile dying and the risk of the role of an Agile coach becoming a commodity and less of an art. Michael Sahota identifies this time as the time for Wave 2 of Agile to start manifesting itself and supported by all coaches.
Since the practice of Agile coaching is becoming more common and Agile coaches are being seen as a crucial part of many businesses, should we start the discussion about ethics of our role?
What does it mean to be an Agile coach? What organisations, teams and peers can expect from us?
Should we start with the “do no harm" principle? Should we have our own Hippocratic oath?
So I am inviting all Agilists to join me in a conversation around whether or not we need to identify a working contract of sorts with our teams. Whether or not we as Coaches should sign a Hippocratic oath of sorts to do no harm. I am hoping to share the history of the Hippocratic oath and if we were to create one - What would be on that oath? As you see it…
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