Voices of Flow #17

Today’s video again features Hans Gillior, FCP, FCC who is one of our Flow Certified Coaches. He is teaching-back Tile 12 for us (Right People – Roles).

There is a lot of discussion about roles in Agile, especially Scrum. A role is only as useful as the value that it brings to the overall process and organization. No one will invest in a role that delivers no value.

And there is a lot of confusion in the marketplace about the difference between an Agile Coach and a Scrum Master. Those two roles are not the same.

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The link to the teach-back is here:


Understanding the (sometimes subtle) differences between roles is your next step in applying Flow Leadership to achieve the results you want to deliver and that your organization so desperately needs.

So don’t delay – let’s chat!


For those that are not familiar with the Flow Leadership Framework & Mindset, it is what’s next for businesses and organizations that are ready to succeed regardless of the methods, frameworks or management tools that they use throughout their enterprise. Flow is methodology agnostic.

Are you ‘in the zone’ of optimal performance right now as a person, team or enterprise? Did you get there by accident or by focused intentional acts?

“Flow” gives you the way of working and mindset needed to create and maintain an optimal state of high performance as an individual, team or organization.

The Flow Leadership Framework turbocharges everything you do, including “business agile” leadership and Scaled Agile.


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