Konstantin Razumovsky is a licensed Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer and Agile practitioner that combines training/consulting activity with everyday practical work in a software development company. Having started his career in 1998 as a Java Developer, Konstantin has come all the way to the positions of Project Manager, Head of Department, and Chief Operating Officer.
Being initially an expert in traditional approaches based on PMBOK, CMMI, and ISO 9001, Konstantin was inspired by the Agile movement and became the first licensed Scrum trainer in Belarus. Konstantin holds Scrum certificates from the creators of Scrum: in 2011 he became a Certified Scrum Master at Jeff Sutherland’s training and in 2012 finished the Professional Scrum Master course by Ken Schwaber.
In 2012 Konstantin started his collaboration with Scrum.org and became an officially licensed Professional Scrum Trainer after passing the rigorous procedure and peer reviews. Konstantin is an active member of the Belarusian Agile Community and also a member of Agile Alliance and Scrum Alliance. He is the author of the official Belarusian translations of Agile Manifesto and Scrum Guide. You may reach Konstantin at LinkedIn or via email.
I’m entrepreneur, Agile Coach and Management 3.0 Licensed Trainer at andriipavliukov.com with many years of experience working with and on variety of organizations from small to interprise scale. As well, I’m currently employed as an Agile Coach at Playtech, the world’s largest online gaming software supplier.
Main focus of my trainings and workshops is aplication and of Agile Leadership practices in different contexts.
Gáspár Nagy is the creator and main contributor of SpecFlow, the most widely used ATDD/BDD framework for .NET. Gáspár is an independent coach, trainer and test automation expert focusing on helping teams implementing BDD and SpecFlow through his company, called Spec Solutions.
He has more than 15 years of experience in enterprise software development as he worked as an architect and agile developer coach.
He shares useful BDD and test automation related tips on his blog (http://gasparnagy.com) and on Twitter (@gasparnagy). He edits a monthly newsletter (http://bddaddict.com) about interesting articles, videos and news related to BDD, SpecFlow and Cucumber.
Consultant, business coach, facilitator
Member of the IAF – International Association of Facilitators
15 years in consulting, experience as director of personnel in large foreign and Ukrainian companies (state personnel about 15 000 people)
She has extensive PRACTICAL experience in the field of diagnostics, training, development and optimization of personnel in Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, Kazakhstan and Georgia.
She is an author of publications, an expert for special editions in the CIS countries and for ICTV and 1+1 TV channels. She is also the author the of the book “Chips for trainings”.
14+ years of IT experience, mainly as the project and program manager. I am currently working in Luxoft Agile Practice, I do projects audits and process transformations, I am engaged in personal career coaching for managers, mentoring and coaching of project teams. It gives me great pleasure to see how the process is converted into results, how the understanding of a particular concept / model becomes clear to an individual or to a team, how we achieve what was planned, celebrate success and how workdays stop to be a routine and become an inspiration.
Gunther Verheyen is a longtime Scrum practitioner. After a career as a consultant, he started shepherding the Professional series of Scrum.org in 2013, while also leading its European operations. As from 2016 Gunther is furthering his path as an independent Scrum caretaker.
Gunther ventured into IT and software development after graduating in 1992. His Agile journey started with eXtreme Programming and Scrum in 2003. Years of dedication followed, years of using Scrum in diverse circumstances. As from 2010 Gunther became the inspiring force behind some large-scale enterprise transformations. He is a Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org.
Gunther left consulting in 2013 to partner with Ken Schwaber, Scrum co-creator, at Scrum.org. He became the representative of Ken and Scrum.org in Europe, shepherded the ‘Professional Scrum’ series, worked with Scrum.org’s global network of Professional Scrum Trainers, and is co-creator to Agility Path and the Nexus framework for Scaled Professional Scrum.
Gunther left Scrum.org in 2016 to continue his journey of Scrum as an independent Scrum caretaker.
In 2013 Gunther published the acclaimed book “Scrum – A Pocket Guide (a smart travel companion)”. Ken Schwaber recommends his book as ‘the best description of Scrum currently available’ and ‘an extraordinarily competent book’. In 2016 the Dutch translation of his book was published as “Scrum Wegwijzer (Een kompas voor de bewuste reiziger)”.
When not travelling for Scrum and humanizing the workplace, Gunther lives and works in Antwerp (Belgium).