The Agile movement took us away from big up-front plans, micromanagement, and projects-by-numbers. It shifted the focus from big initiatives to small teams, from big promises to incremental deliveries, and from handoffs between specialists to collaboration and self-sufficiency.
But it dismissed the importance of leadership, structure, forethought, and individual differences. It defined one-size-fits-all practices, often favoring some styles of work over others, and too often defined by frameworks or methodologies that were pushed in an all-or-nothing way by their most ardent advocates.
Agile 2 (https://agile2.net/) tries to bring back the important things that were left out by Agile, and restore a focus on contextual application of ideas instead of rote implementation of frameworks.
Davis is currently associated with Airbus as Scrum Master, Agile coach driving digital Transformation.
Professional experience as Scrum Master , Agile Coach, consultant ,Trainer, developer (python), Project manager, Business Analyst, for clients across the globe.
He is a Graduate (B.Sc.) in Mathematics, Post graduated (Master's) in Computer Applications (M.C.A) with strong experience in working across industries, running short and long term training, workshops on Project Management, Agile methodology, Scrum mastery with experience in delivering customized learning solutions.
Davis is leading the Atlassian User group (Kochi and Chennai) and is the community leader for Agile Transformation Minds (ATM), one of the largest Scrum alliance and Agile Alliance endorsed user group.
He is also organizing and leading data science community in Bangalore