The Toronto Agile Community is a non-profit organization incorporated in Ontario, Canada. The Toronto Agile Community solely runs on the efforts of volunteers, of which some are listed below.
Lawrence has been using Agile techniques since 2000 to help development teams deliver successful software solutions. Day to day he focuses both on helping project teams deliver better software faster and also project definition and planning. Lawrence’s specialty is using Stories for scoping and developing strategic development plans for projects of all types and sizes. Lawrence is a Professional Engineer with over 20 years experience in project management and delivery in multiple technical fields. Lawrence is very active in the local Agile Community, for the last 6 years he has run the XP/Agile Toronto Community Group and has presented at a number of meetings.
Michael acts as a catalyst to help organizations get the results they want. His “we value people” approach uses open, participatory decision-making that leads to lasting results and sustained growth. He works collaboratively with leadership teams to build trust, safety, and engagement to drive success.
Michael is a praised author on working with organizational culture, his Blog is in the Top100 of Agile Blogs worldwide.
Frank is a team member with an appreciation for lean ideologies. In various roles on a team he enjoys focusing on simplifying process and reducing current and future errors.
Sriram (Sri) Natesan
Sri has coached multiple teams, business units and organizations, and has helped deliver value to customers and business to accomplish their goals. He is passionate about iterative and incremental product development. An ardent believer in continuous learning, he seeks to learn new concepts that help delivering products and creates an impact for customers. He loves to attend meetups and events around Agile/Lean and engage in intellectually stimulating conversations with practitioners, aspirants and enthusiasts from around the world.
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