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Ahmed Sidky, Ph.D.

Ahmed Sidky, Ph.D. also known as Dr. Agile, is a renowned global thought-leader in business agility.

As the Chief of Staff and Head of Business Agility at Riot Games, he is responsible for all change and transformations across the company. His former role at Riot was the Head of Development Management, where he led 80 internal agile coaches and delivery leaders.

Before Riot, Ahmed consulted with a variety of Fortune 100 companies (among them Verizon, Caterpillar, Nationwide, and Booz Allen Hamilton), guiding enterprise Agile transformations, educating executive leaders, and creating customer-centric cultures of learning.


He is also President of the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile), co-founder of the Business Agility Institute, co-author of “Becoming Agile in an Imperfect World,” and a seasoned international keynote speaker.


Ahmed's message on agile is a refreshing perspective that includes putting people first. His passion shows through his message with simple logic that exposes the heart of many organizational problems. Dr. Sidky truly understands the challenges that many organizations face in agile transformation and provides an approach that ensures a long-lasting mindset change.

Chad Moore

Ahmed has rich experience working with a range of organizations with deep experience in being agile, not just doing agile. He challenged a lot of my pre-conceived notions, entertained me, and gave me a range of practical tools and techniques that we're already working on applying back in the workplace.

Tennielle Press

Ahmed was fantastic, with a pragmatic view of Agility—quickly cutting to the chase on how your organization might best achieve true end-to-end agility. A refreshing departure from the more theoretical practice-focused courses.

Nick Cahill