Agile Coach / Scrum Master
Professional Business Agility Coach
Hartmuth Gieldanowski is a seasoned professional with a passion for creating meaningful products and services that bring joy to users. With a background as the founder of a Web-Hosting Company and experience in various design, engineering, and management roles, Hartmuth has honed his expertise in bridging the disciplines of Sociology, Design, and Technology, with a strong focus on Human Centered Design.
Hartmuth’s mission is to help companies transform by adopting the values, principles, and methods of Design Thinking, Agile, and Lean Product Development. By integrating these approaches, he guides organizations in creating better and more relevant products and services that meet the needs of their customers.
Drawing from his diverse interests, Hartmuth excels in several fields, including leadership coaching and development, systems thinking, decentralized organizations and systems, and customer centricity. He believes in unlocking the inner potential of future leaders to build remarkable companies, exploring circular design and systems thinking for a resilient society, leveraging Web3-technologies to enhance independence and resilience, and embedding customer centricity in large corporations.
Hartmuth’s academic accomplishments include two Master’s degrees in applied psychology from the University Duisburg-Essen in Germany and Business Information Systems from the University of Applied Sciences at Northwestern-Switzerland, Olten. He is a dedicated learner, having acquired a range of skills from Human-Computer Interaction Design to Machine Learning for Business Leads. Currently, he is on his path to becoming a professional coach (CPCC, Co-Active) and a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC) for Scrum Alliance, further enhancing his ability to empower individuals and organizations.
In summary, Hartmuth Gieldanowski is an accomplished professional who combines his expertise in design, technology, and sociology to help companies build meaningful products and services. His dedication to fostering transformation and creating positive work environments makes him a valuable asset in any endeavor.
Published Articles & Case Studies
The “Adaptive Organization” is becoming an increasingly interesting destination for many companies. But how to get there?
It is not possible to book this trip as an all-inclusive, off-the-shelf travel arrangement. Each and every journey is different.
Based on our own travel experiences, the creators of this travel guide are sharing their travel reports, insider tips, a travel map and some safety advice with a broader community of interested executives and leaders. We hope to provide some inspiration, orientation, encouragement, and exchange opportunities for fellow travellers.