About Marc Lustig

Marc Lustig went through a journey as a programmer and software developer since the mid-1980’s. After receiving a university degree in Social Sciences and Philosophy, he continued his journey as a Software Engineer.

In 2004 he started experimenting with XP Practices and joined his first Scrum Team in 2006. For ten years he helped various companies as a Technical Coach adopting agile quality and engineering practices. Since 2016 he is supporting organizations to achieve their goals by applying agile concepts. Technical certifications include JBoss developer, iSAQB Certified Professional for Software Architecture and ISTQB Certified Tester.


Marc has an education as a Systemic Business Coach and certified by Steinbeis School of Management (SHB), Berlin. He is an active member of the International Coaching Federation.


He started his certification path with Scrum Alliance in 2009 and currently holds CSM, A-CSM, CSP-SM, CSPO, CAL and CTC – Certified Team Coach.




Marc is a Certified Agile Leader with Scrum Alliance.


Marc has also qualified as a Path to CSP Educator with Scrum Alliance providing coaching based education programs leading to A-CSM and CSP-SM.


Marc began his journey with Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) in a two years LeSS adoption with BMW 2012 to 2014. Since then he has been very active in the LeSS community. After joining CLP trainings with Mark Bregenzer, Bas Vodde and Craig Larman, he became a CLT (Certified LeSS Trainer) candidate in 2018. 


Marc has expertise in other Agile Scaling Frameworks such as Scrum at Scale, SAFe or Nexus.


Marc also has thorough Kanban expertise that is reflected by the KMP I certification.