1Mountain GoatMike Cohn20+ years experience with Agile and Scrum. Training, coaching and online video courses. Co-founder of Scrum Alliance and Scrum Alliance.
2Scrum AllianceAn established agile membership and certification organization.
3Scrum.orgEstablished by Ken Schwabber to improve Scrum knowledge, training and implementation.
4Scrum incFounded by Jeff Sutherland to provide Scrum training and consulting. Agile transformation, leadership workshops...
5Deming instituteEstablished to continue the work of Dr. W. Edwards Deming.
W. Edwards DemingAdvocate of continual improvement. Inspired transformational theories and teachings in quality, management and leadership.
6Boris GLogerScrum trainer and agile consultant; inventor of ballpoint game used as a way to give teams a playful way as the first contact with the agile process.
7LeSSLarge-Scale Scrum. LeSS is Scrum applied to many teams working together on a product.
8SaFeScaled Agile Framework. Describes roles, artifacts and activities necessary to implement Lean-Agile development.
9Scrum at scaleCreated by Jeff Sutherland. Framework designed to coordinate scrum teams to achieve linear scalability.
10Esther Derby25+ years helping companies design environment, culture and human dynamics. Asserts that level of individual, team and company success is deeply impacted by work environment and organizational dynamics.
11Amy EdmonsonProfessor of Leadership at Harvard Business School. Research interests in cross-boundary teaming in and between organizations and on the ways leaders enable the kinds of complex collaborations that such teaming generates; and examining how leaders successfully create organizational change and learning in fast-paced, challenging and uncertain industry contexts.
12Diane LarsenProfessor with PhD in Linguistics. Found that chaos/complexity theory provides new insight into the acquisition and use of language.Views teaching as a process of managing learning.
13Ken SchwaberRegarded as one of the leaders of the agile software development movement. Founder of the Agile Alliance and Scrum Alliance. Original signatory of the Agile Manifesto and co-author of the Scrum Guide.
14Jeff SutherlandInventor and co-creator of Scrum. Brought the first Scrum team together and together with Ken Schwaber grew Scrum and spread it. Original signatory of the Agile Manifesto and co-author of the Scrum Guide.
15Scott Yates22+ years developing and implementing communications programmes for organizations. Shows how to engage customers, solicit feedback in "Customer and Community Engagement".
16Curious CatCurious Cat Management Improvement. A website providing online management improvement assistance. A collection of resources considered to provide information that advances joy in work and joy in life.
17Roman Pichler15+ years of experience with teaching product managers and product owners. Claims that as much as agile and product have benefited many businesses, little has changed as product owners are not empowered and lack necessary skills; and organizations are still project-driven while teams are not self-organizing but collections of individuals.
18Gojko AdzicConsultant helping teams align software delivery with business goals.. Specialized in agile and lean quality improvement.
19CrispA company with no CEOs, no managers. Founded by consultants who have experience in agile development methods. Rely on self-organization and transparency and almost everything is bottom-up. Main purpose is to enable the consultants to be happy.
Henrik Kniberg12+ years experience coaching and mentoring organizations. Says improvement of software development depends on leadership, motivation and organizational structure with the most effective approaches being systems thinking, theory of constraints, lean thinking and implementation of agile practices.
20Tom GIlbConsultant, teacher and author who has worked mainly in Software Engineering in previous years. Driver of technical disciplines such as ‘software metrics’ and ‘evolutionary project management’. Inventor of the planning language, Planguage. Idea source for parts of the Agile and Extreme programming methods.
21 Mary PoppendieckWrote award-winning book to explain how lean principles from manufacturing offer a better approach to software development.
22Kent BeckSoftware engineer and creator of Extreme Programming, a methodology that promotes a collaborative and iterative design process. One of the original signatories of the agile manifesto.
23Craig LarmanManagement consultant on scaling lean and agile product development with large-scale scrum. Co-creator of LeSS with Bas Vodde.
24Uncle Bob MartinRobert Cecil Martin. Co-author of the agile manifesto. Runs consulting firm and website which hosts videos on how to maximize productivity of individuals and building quality software - Clean Coders.
25Agile42Founded in 2007. Provides training and coaching on lean-agile development methods like Scrum, Kanban, systems thinking and Lean and Agile leadership.