About

As an organizational leader and coach, I specialize in facilitating dynamic, actionable learning experiences and energizing the conversation around agile strategies and principles to support self-organized, highly motivated teams. With a bit of humor and more than 20 years of experience in tech, I write quick, bite-size experience stories (what I call a “hustleberry”) that reflect my thoughts on topics relevant to modern leadership: Creativity, humility, emotional intelligence, feedback, safety, trust, and servant-leadership, among others. Occasionally a Hustleberry post is contributed by a guest writer who kindly shares their wit and wisdom.

Connect with me on LinkedIn or follow @Hustleberries on Twitter.

Bio

Rose led her first app dev project in 1997 and has been an advocate of iterative creation techniques ever since. Rose has served in a variety of roles ranging from developer to director in addition to managing her own internationally acclaimed bespoke fashion label launched in 1999. She has served as a coach and consultant to companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500, and is currently Director of Agile Coaching at WorldWide Technology’s Asynchrony Labs.

Today, Rose continues to coach, teach, and write about leadership and professional development in the context of agile and lean techniques and principles. She holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) credential, an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) credential, and is a Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). She is a member of the Scrum Alliance and Agile Alliance, and is a founding organizer of the Agile Product Ownership St. Louis meet up group.

When not coaching, writing, playing music or orchestrating other mischief, Rose volunteers her time and expertise to various non-profit organizations as a mentor and speaker. Rose resides in Saint Louis, Missouri with her husband, the South African musician, producer and human rights lecturer Ashton Nyte, their two children and two cats.

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