My name is Neil Killick.
I love teaching the principles, tools and frameworks which have helped me deliver numerous successful software products and services over my 28+ year career.
"The goal is to make a positive difference in customers' lives in a way which provides demonstrable value to the business investing in them."
Neil was not the first Agile coach to spend some time with us, but he was the only one to actually help us create a meaningful and sustained change.Jordana Patterson: Senior Project Manager, Agile Coach, Planning Manager and Scrum Master at World Vision Australia
I recently participated in Neil's workshop “How to be an Effective Scrum Master” and I absolutely loved it. I highly recommend his workshops to anyone who wants to have a broader understanding of Agile and planning to grow in this field.Afra Dianati: Scrum Master at Mondo (formerly Geomatic Technologies)
Neil was able to make significant impact in a short period of time and help kick start MedAdvisor on our agile transformation agenda.Robert Read: CEO at MedAdvisor
Neil very quickly observed our pain points and challenges and provided a wealth of experience, knowledge, and short sessions on techniques. He was excellent!Kirstie Wu: Solutions Architect at Mondo (formerly Geomatic Technologies)
Neil was quickly able to assess the capabilities and maturity of the teams and provide strong guidance (both at a team level and individual level) to increase the effectiveness of deliveries.Tim Tunbridge: IT Project Manager at Parks Victoria
Neil is one of the most passionate and influential Agile coaches I have met in my career. His pragmatic approach and personalised coaching sessions have helped me not only upskill my team, but also be more effective in my role as a Scrum Master.Ritika Kulsrestha: Scrum Master at ASG Group (formerly SMS)
Neil's pragmatic approach to adopting agile behaviours and avoidance of dogma meant that we learned and started applying those learnings immediately. I would recommend Neil to anyone who's serious about becoming agile.Tim Watts: Development Manager at Mondo (formerly Geomatic Technologies)
Neil did not just focus on theory, but helped demystify Agile by providing plenty of examples and practical scenarios that got the whole group involved.Gayle Martin: Technical Business Analyst at ASG Group (formerly SMS)
Neil was highly successful in achieving a high level of engagement across the business.David Chatterton: Former CTO at MedAdvisor
Neil is an excellent teacher, with high integrity, strong values who is someone to follow and see as a role model.Paul Murray: Scrum Master at Toyota (formerly Project Manager at Parks Victoria)
I found Neil to be knowledgeable, flexible in his approach and very helpful – I hope to be able to work with him again!Mike Macleish: Principal Consultant at ASG Group (formerly SMS)