Welcome to LeanPig!
Backlogs. Stand-ups.

Oh, My!

Still Iterating


Bike. Eat. Scrum.

I succeed in my role as Scrum Master by empowering team members to self-organize, while increasing sprint velocity. I am an empathic and observant servant leader whose priority is to satisfy the client through delivery of amazing software, as well as catalyze continuous process improvement for future deployments.

Servant Leader

Characteristics of a stellar servant leader include listening, healing, awareness, persuasion, foresight, stewardship, commitment to the growth of people and building community.


Facilitating the Scrum ceremonies, the Scrum Master helps with reaching goals to deliver a potentially shippable product, as well as liaises between the development team, product owner, and stakeholders

Qi, Energy Force

The Scrum Master is the central energy force who keeps the team motivated and flowing as well as maintains harmony between the product owner and dev team throughout the project life cycle.

About Me

Renaissance Woman: Skills Developed that Make Me a Great Scrum Master

Life's a Journey!

Agile mindset is a journey, not a destination.

Start Up and Scrum Experience

imageNation | We Can Code IT | Responsive Database Services


Facilitator, Listener, Catalyst for Change, Awareness, Communication


Trainer, Information Gatherer,
Provider of Information

Coding Bootcamp

Software Engineer Apprentice

Volunteer : Hobbies

Researcher. Mentor. Proofreader. ScrumMaster. Cyclist : Runner+

Tying it Together

Coach + Trainer +/- Coding = Scrum Master

  • My Humble Beginnings

    I started my career as a poor bike racer (thus, the name LeanPig) living off my meager winnings and working in a popular cycling apparel warehouse.

  • December 2008

    Consultant | Servant Leader | Coach

    I have a proclivity torward servant leadership,
    “... the care taken by the servant-first to make sure that other people’s highest priority needs are being served. The best test, and difficult to administer, is: Do those served grow as persons? Do they, while being served, become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, more likely themselves to become servants? ..." Robert K. Greenleaf

  • April 2015

    Transition to Scrum Master

    As demand in Education evolves, I decided to make a career change. I checked out the most in demand careers. Two of them were Healthcare and IT. Programming and Technology were the default. Subsequently, I attended a coding bootcamp where I learned about Scrum. Coding and I didn't hit it off. Scrum and I did.

    Scrum is my calling.

    What is servant Leadership?
    “Servant leaders lead with others in mind.”
    -Skip Prichard

    Managers light a fire UNDER people.
    Leaders light a fire IN people.

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Contact Me

I look forward to speaking with you soon!

Email : harrisbnoel@gmail.com