Joseph Assaf


Tel +49 611 20 50 80

Curriculum Vitae 

Originally an Architect, Joseph has adopted the mindset of focusing on the end result and driving continuous improvement, always placing a high value on engaging all stakeholders in an agile work environment. An MBArch graduate from IE University, Joseph built his experience from architecture and design to management, business and entrepreneurship. Alongside KEGON AG, he shared his experience in trainings (internal and public) on agile fundamentals. With international experience during his studies in various overseas assignments in London, Madrid and Beirut, Joseph, highly organized and customer focused, wins through project successes with focused and talented team members with cross-cultural communication skills. The focus of his consulting work in recent years has been on agile transformation of IT organizations and dedicated development projects.

Skills and main topics

  • Agile Transformation
  • Entrepreneurial mindset
  • UX/UD Experience
  • SAFe Framework
  • Team Leadership / Team Building
  • Scrum Master

Languages spoken

  • English (Full proficiency)
  • French + Arabic (Bilingual proficiency)
  • Spanish + German (Elementary proficiency)

Project experiences (selection)

Agile Transformation in a Value Stream Workshop, Remote

  • Assisting consultant for the implementation of the value stream workshop
  • Coaching team level
  • Training team and management level
  • Conducting preparatory meetings with ART RTE prior to the workshop to create value on a common basis

 Leading SAFe implementation and SAFe city simulation, Remote

  • Co-Trainer
  • Remote designer, Miro creative frame
  • Assistant trainer document creator
  • Process design and change management

Implement Agile environment and diagnose dependencies, Remote

  • Co-trainer for the implementation of the Agile mentality & SAFe city simulation adaptation
  • Set up a process for the systematic methodology

Implement Agile environment and diagnose dependencies, Remote

  • Definition and implementation of agile teams
  • Creating guardrails for decentralized decision making
  • Managing a series of systematic Agile "diagnostic" sessions with the RTE
  • Explain and clarify the idea to move from “Push” to “Pull” system.

Agile activities (selection)