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Agile Coach to Agile Gamer - Peter Saddington

Peter Saddington, the founder of AgileScout.com, is an Agile Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer, Author, Entrepreneur and Scientist. On March 4, 2017 he put up a blog post on AgileScout.com announcing a new experiment he is running... on himself.  

Taking a step back from helping others adopt Agile, Peter is now using Agile to transform his life, and he's starting with his career. He's going from being a full time Agile Consultant to a full time professional video game player.  It might sound a bit insane, but his reasoning and research are sound. In this interview I got the chance to talk with Peter about his new experiment, why he's doing it and how he approaching transforming his life.

Click here to read Peter's manifesto: http://agilescout.com/time-for-change/
Click here to see Peter's video channel:  First15
Click here to follow Peter on Twitter
 

Posted on: March 14, 2017 10:22 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)

Agile 2013 - Peter Saddington - The Science of High Performing Teams

Agile Scout Peter Saddinton was at Agile 2013 to give a presentation on The Science of High Performing Teams. We caught up via Skype over the weekend to discuss his presentation and his take on the conference.

Saddington from BigVisible Solutions on Vimeo.

Posted on: August 14, 2013 12:05 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)
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