He is a Scrum Master and Agile Coach with competencies in Scrum process, Agile methodology, Agile Games
He was experienced enough to take part in various projects designed to enhance digital transformations while providing training and professional development opportunities in Agile methodologies and the Scrum process. Attending Agile conferences around the world as a speaker.
The roles required him to analyze current business processes in order to help recruit and build robust teams to maximize efficiency and communication through collaboration and teamwork. Through organized coaching sessions, presentations, demonstrations, and workshops, he has been able to effectively communicate business objectives and design operational and team planning initiatives while maintaining compliance with risk management procedures and business standards. Through proven leadership, his efforts have allowed him to build, motivate, and enhance diverse teams based on trust and accountability. His contribution to the Agile community: A free-of-charge gatherings in Sofia, similar to Tobias Mayer (Scrum Clinic); sessions with experienced and less experienced Scrum Masters and Coaches in topics that are in demand.
Topic: “The Dystopian turn of events in Agile Transformation 2020″ (#Agile)
Overview of how a company navigated through the pandemic in kicking off a huge global Agile transformation. The points that he will cover mostly will touch how transparency and being adaptive made us stronger in achieving not only huge improvements on the organization level but also team morale and motivation. He will go into details of how they managed to keep the teams motivated, concentrated, and able to be high-performance entities within the organization. Lyubomir will also cover topics of mental health, time management, burnout, delivery, and being positive and engaged teams. He will deep dive on “How” they managed to achieve that, what was the role of the management and leadership, and how this method helped in achieving success. He will share the path with techniques used to keep the team aligned, open, transparent, and motivated in those periods of months sitting at home and not falling behind on products and projects that existed in the company. He will look back at the leadership role and the reasons why it is more important now than it used to be before. Furthermore, we will discuss how the use of tools affects the agile manifesto in the current situation and is individuals and interactions are still more important than tools?