Mitch Malloy

Mitch Malloy
Mitchell "Mitch" Malloy has 25+ years in the software industry. A Coach and Mentor for 10+ years, he keeps a focus on value, an eye for excellence, and a passion for people. Since the 1990s, Mitch practiced Agile techniques while growing in his own Agile journey. He has led and participated in numerous Agile Transformations for companies of all sizes, where he has mentored others in Agile values, principles and techniques. As an SPC and SDP, he is certified to train and mentor Teams, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, and Product Managers, developing Lean-Agile leaders. Drawing from his depth and breadth of experiences, Mitch has: managed technology as a Naval Officer, taught applications and programming to high school students, and developed software as a Technical Lead. He has coached youth and high school sports and has mentored teenagers as a Youth Pastor. Mitch enjoys working with and cultivating teams of all sizes, but his primary team and greatest accomplishments are his 5 children and grandchildren that he and his wife have raised together.

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The Fake News about Fake Agile

Posted by Mitch Malloy on Aug 27, 2019 1:19:20 PM

All politics about fake news aside (PLEASE!), I’ve heard a growing number of reports, sighs and cries about Fake Agile. It’s frustrating when people just don’t get it, especially when they think they do. We can point fingers and vilify those who think differently—or we can try to understand why this “us vs them” mindset is splintering the Agile community. After all, isn’t that what a true Agilist would do: take an empirical and collaborative approach?

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Topics: Business Agility, Coaching, Leadership, Agile

5 Little Changes that Make a Big Difference in your SAFe® Transformation

Posted by Mitch Malloy on Jun 11, 2019 8:25:39 AM

A colleague suggested I write this article, and I quickly agreed, thinking to myself, “No sweat! There are so many little things that can make a big difference. I can type this out in no time.”

Now pause. Go back and review that last thought. Do you see a flaw in my logic here? “There are so many little things...I can type this out in no time.” Did I really think a long list of things would make this task any easier? That it would make the writing process fly by?

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Topics: SAFe®, Coaching, Transformation, Sustainability, Leadership

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