Agile Coaching Ethics: The Epic User Stories

October 13, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Agile,Agile Coaching Ethics   |   1 Comment»

Agile Coaching Ethics. Hmmm.

So, what are the requirements we are seeking to make real here?

What are the requirements for the users of a Agile Coaching Code of Ethics?

And why do you care?

 

Here are some candidate Epics for your consideration:

As an Agile Coach, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching, so I can deliver great service to my Clients, avoid ever doing harm to my Clients, and advance the state of Agility in my community and in the wider world.

As an Agile Coach, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching, so I can align and associate with other Agile Coaches who share and subscribe to these ideas

As an Agile Coaching Client, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching, so I can more fully understand what Agile Coaching behaviors are “in bounds” and which are out-of-bounds

As an Agile Coaching Client, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching, so I can ask questions about these ethical boundaries to prospective Agile Coaches, before I engage them

As a prospective Agile Coach, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching, so I can decide if this is a profession I want to actually associate with, and be a part of

As a Agile Community Member, I want to to clearly understand the ethical boundaries in the profession of Agile Coaching, so that I may map the actual behavior of Agile Coaches I encounter to this standard

As a Agile Coaching Community Member, I want to to clearly understand the ethical boundaries in the profession of Agile Coaching, so that I can determine if these standards are sufficient to encourage genuine greatness in our community, and work to improve them with others in the coaching community when these standards need more clarity of definition

As an International Agile Coach, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching which apply universally, so I can apply this universal subset to all of my Agile Coaching work throughout the world

As an International Agile Coach, I want to to understand the ethical boundaries of the profession of Agile Coaching which apply universally, so I can align with other Agile Coaching professionals opting-in to the application of these ethical standards throughout the world

Please add to these Epic User Stories for an Agile Coaching Code of Ethics; you may do so by adding a comment. Please use the User Story format if you do so.

 

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1 Comment for this entry

  • Jason Tanner

    January 28th, 2012 on 2:10 am

    Great set of epics…Who’s the product owner? Let’s get some release planning underway.

    As an Agile Coaching Client, I need to easily find the Agile Coaching Code of Ethics to engage in conversations with coaches that I am considering for my engagement.

    (The next one may be beyond the code of ethics.)

    As an Agile Coaching Client, I need to understand the conditions that define the end of an coaching engagement in order to assess those conditions during the engagement.


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