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Agile Coaches or Trainers


The Agile methodology is an iterative approach to project management in software development and in other fields. Some of its main components are the use of collaborative, cross-functional teams; an emphasis on short and focused work increments (known as sprints) during which a team works to complete an agreed-upon amount of work; an openness to regular self-evaluation and improvement by team members; a preference for face-to-face communication between team members and stakeholders; a preference for simple solutions over complex ones, when possible; and the granting of significant independence to team members, who are trusted to get the job done. Agile coaches teach and train corporate teams about the Agile methodology. They monitor the integration process and provide suggestions to improve it. Agile coaches, who are also known as Agile trainers, also work with non-technology companies.

Salary Range

$75,000 to $100,000+

Minimum Education Level

Bachelor's Degree




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