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Sue Ryu
Business Agility Coach, Strategist, Trainer
Enterprise Scrum Coach & Trainer
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Sue Ryu

Enterprise Scrum Coach, Business Agility Strategist, Organization Designer, User Experience Designer

She is passionate about helping organizations thrive in this fast moving 21st century for them to deliver products & services that truly meet the needs and demands of customers. She has helped organizations adopt Agile through assessing their agile needs and then aligning them with the organization's mission, vision, and values. She has guided and coached teams to become self-managed teams through creating and sustaining an engaged, empowered, and energized working environment for them to deliver products and services that bring joy to all.

10+ years of experience in coaching and guiding organizations adopt agile and scrum at enterprise level for Fortune 500 companies as well as 20+ years of experience in designing and developing software systems for telecom, financial industries, and software startups. I helped companies such as Accenture, ADP, Bell Labs, Deutsche Bank, NYSE, and many more companies.

A Certified Enterprise Scrum Instructor, Certified Software Scaling Coach, Nielsen Norman Group UX Certificate holder, Certified LeSS practitioner, Certified Scrum Master, Certified Product Owner, and PMP.


She has a Master of Science in Computer Science from NYU  and BA  in Computer Science from NYU.

More about her at

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Mike Beedle
Mentor & Influencer
Creator and Founder of Enterprise Scrum 

Mike was and still is a mentor and influencer of Aha Autonomy, LLC. He pioneered and developed Enterprise Scrum based on many years of experiences in the trenches. 

The following is from the WIKI page about him:


"Mike (Miguel) Beedle was an American theoretical physicist turned software engineer who was a co-author of the Agile Manifesto.

He was the co-author of the first book and earliest papers about Scrum.[2] Later he coined the term "Enterprise Scrum",[3] developed his ideas into a canvases-based approach, and promoted Enterprise Scrum as a framework for scaling the practices and benefits of Scrum across entire organizations."


To get more about him, visist the WIKI page - 


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