Agile and Collaborative Project Consulting
Having coached Agile approaches in IT and software development, Dave Marsh is leveraging his expertise to create similar benefits in other parts of the organization.
When leaders come to understand the dramatic impact that iterative approaches can have on improving quality and reducing waste, they become enthusiastic about the potential for these approaches across other departments in the organization. Collaboration changes culture.
Dave is a skilled leader and an expert Agile practitioner, successful at delivering complex solutions via cross-functional teams in Canada, USA and around the world. His specialty is guiding teams to reach new levels of collaboration – it’s about Projects, People, Potential.
Recent projects include Ford Motor Company and the U.S. Government.
Some questions to determine where Dave can help on small and large projects:
- Is there a climate of mistrust between business units?
- Are your teams geographically distributed (remote) or co-located?
- Do you know how to identify your stakeholders?
- Are your desired outcomes identified? And, agreed by all stakeholders?
- How do you measure your outcomes in order to define what success means?
- Is there a void between business units?
Dave has led major projects providing coaching, training and insight to Clients across China, Japan, Belize and all of North America.
His expertise is specific but it crosses industries and sectors, working with; CP Rail, LifeLabs, Sobeys, Insurance firms, Health agencies, Electronics and Technology companies, the Energy industry, Travel organizations, and Banking/Financial services.
Fluent in English and French and conversant in Spanish, Dave Marsh is available for Consulting and Coaching assignments across Canada and internationally.
Please contact Boardroom Metrics: at 905-709-4031.
Articles by David Marsh :
Dave is an experienced Agile Coach and Practitioner. For more insight, please see Dave’s presentation on Agile for non-IT executives. The Fear When senior managers hear about “Agile” many tend to recoil because they equate it to “no documentation, anarchy (through self-organizing teams) and cowboy coding practices.” The Agile movement itself is mainly to blame … read more
What I learned from the Agile Tour Toronto 2012 by Dave Marsh – Dave is an experienced Agile Coach and Practitioner. For more insight, please see Dave’s presentation on Agile for non-IT executives. I attended the Agile Tour Toronto 2012 conference last Monday (Nov 26) and was struck by how many of the sessions focused … read more
Dave is an experienced Agile Coach and Practitioner. For more insight, please see Dave’s presentation on Agile for non-IT executives. The Context Most of the IT organizations I work with are structured into “shared service” groups such as Data Architecture, Testing, Business Analysis, User Experience Design, Development, Database Administration, Network Engineering, Project Management… the … read more