Gaël Rebmann

Like (almost) everyone, Gael fell in Agility when he was a child. Then, like (almost) everyone, he forgot about it. In his case, it was to replace it with programming languages and computer architecture patterns. He was even awarded an engineering degree for that...

Then, one day, he decided to put this childish Agility back into his work: he became Scrum Master and, quickly, Agile Coach. He uses a playful bias to help individuals and organizations understand the concepts inherent to Agility. He is convinced that games, which are the preferred method for children to learn, should become natural again among older people. He became the "FNU Coach" because "Fun Sheriff" was already taken. He dedicates a blog (https://thefnublog.com/) to Agile games and other fun professional metaphors.

Having coached teams in small publishing companies and large organizations, in France and in Canada, Gaël is able to adapt to all profiles of players, regardless of their culture (corporate or personal).

They did not know it was impossible so they did it.

—   Mark Twain