Paulius Tuzikas

Paulius Tuzikas

Paulius heads up Nomad8 Lithuania. After a few years soaking up Kiwi culture, he's returned home to bring Product Management and Agile coaching to the businesses of Europe. He is passionate about personal development and is a co-author of the personal growth framework for Agile Coaches. He is constantly inventing and improving tools and techniques to help teams improve, experiment and work towards delivering value continuously.

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Why you get inconsistent experiences working with Agile Coaches

Dec 18, 2023

If you are in the tech world, you have probably had an interaction with an Agile Coach or any other agilist at some point of your career. Your experience is somewhere in a range from "Agile Coaches are annoying and useless" to "Agile Coaches are great partners and make things better". I have worked... continue reading

What surfing taught me about progress and change

Apr 02, 2022

In 2016 I had a near death experience. I remember that day like it was yesterday. It happened at a beautiful place called Costa De Caparica, Portugal. I was a beginner surfer, having only 2 lessons in my whole life. I showed up at the beach excited, with a wetsuit on and my surfboard nicely waxed. I... continue reading

Demystifying the Agile Team Facilitator

Apr 15, 2021

With the wave of Agile ways of working quite a few new roles have been introduced to organisations: with basic Agile we’ve added Product Owner, Agile Coach, Scrum Master. Then the famous Spotify model added some extra roles to the mix like Chapter Lead and Tribe Lead. It’s easy to get lost in the ro... continue reading

Saying farewell to a team member

Dec 11, 2019

I’ve seen more than 100 people leaving their companies and teams in the last 5 years. Sometimes they go to chase exciting challenges, get promoted or they're just looking for something new. Unfortunately when someone leaves the knowledge that they've created and gained leaves the organisation as we... continue reading

Lessons Learned from 100+ Retrospectives

Apr 23, 2019

There is a magical moment where a team gathers together to pause ‘business as usual’ and has a conversation to reflect on teamwork. It’s called a Retrospective. If done well, it helps to take a step forward. But a poorly held Retrospective is just another meeting that anyone barely wants to go to. O... continue reading