Mark Rehberg

Training and Enablement Specialist

mark.rehberg(at)kegon.de
Tel +49 611 20 50 80

Curriculum Vitae

Mark Rehberg is an expert in training and enablement in the agile, innovative environment of product development. He has gained his professional experience in a renowned management and strategy consulting company in Germany. In recent years, Mark has passed on his experience in the agile environment in various trainings (in-house and public) with an emphasis on agile product development with Scrum as head of a training department in a highly complex environment and has built up a community of agile trainers there. Mark is a Professional Scrum and Product Owner Trainer of Scrum.org, accredited Kanban Trainer of Lean Kanban University, author of agile practices, innovative process models such as LeanUX, Management 3.0 and co-founder of Agile Moves GmbH.


Knowledge and Topics

  • Training and Coaching
  • Agile Transformation
  • Agile Requirements Engineering
  • Innovative Cultural Change
  • Gamification (Human Focused Design)


Project experiences (selection)

Agile transformation of a large government project

  • Transformation of a scaled project from conventional development methods to Scrum
  • Agile team development and development of self-organized corporate structure
  • Management of a scaled project to an agile line organization
  • Scrum Master and agile coach
  • Process improvement with unconventional change methods, such as e.g. Agile Moves

Trainings and Workshops for internal and external clients

  • Building up a "complete" curriculum for agile and innovative product development in scaled environments

Conducting trainings for internal and external clients in the areas:

  • Scrum
  • Scaled Agile
  • Agiles Requirements Engineering (Product Ownership)
  • Management 3.0 (System Design)
  • Design Thinking
  • Kanban
  • Agile Moves
  • Lego Serious Play
  • Gamification

Building an agile trainer community within an international management consultancy

  • Building a high-quality community
  • Agile trainer

Introduction of agile procedures at a telecommunications company in Switzerland

  • Transformation of existing structures to an agile formation with the help of the Scaled Agile Frameworks
  • Enablement of interplay between separately working departmental units to a flexibly acting community