DevOpsGroup has joined Sourced, an Amdocs company. Read more about this partnership and what this means for the future in our blog.

Sean Robinson


As a Principal Consultant, Sean helps to coach multiple teams across several clients. He also focuses on organisational design strategies and Target Operating Model facilitation. Sean also plays a key role in mentoring and coaching the DevOpsGroup team.

52Scuba dives


2Many hobbies!

About Sean

Sean’s career journey started when he was headhunted out of University to be the lead engineer for a local startup. As they saw successes, he took on the CTO role within the fledgeling company. It was during this phase that he began researching product delivery and leadership.

He attended a number of different training events, none of which quite seemed to solve the problems he was facing in the right way. Then he came to Scrum, which kicked off his Agile journey.

Sean has since been a developer, tester, Scrum Master, Product Owner, director, coach, and now consultant.

He has a passion for systems thinking, queuing theory, theory of constraints, lean leadership and modern motivational theory; plus anything else that tells me why we do what we do.

He loves developing process and strategy, but nowhere near as much as he likes working with people to help them develop themselves. As a trained Coach, his primary passion will always be for helping people.

More about Sean

DevOpsGroup Twitter Icon DevOpsGroup LinkedIn Icon
What one book should everyone read?

Man's Search For Meaning - Viktor E Frankl

What is the best thing about working at DevOpsGroup?

Learning from the best in the business.

What is the one quote you live by?

“This too shall pass”

If you could have a super power, what would it be?

To Heal

Read Sean's favourite blogs

Hacking AWS

While preparing for a Security Game Day on AWS, I decided to get familiar with the tools that Red Teams use to try and compromise the infrastructure.

Getting real with the theory of constraints

How can the theory of constraints be applied in a meaningful way? Here are three top tips for high-performance from our DevOps Product Manager, Ed Pearson

DOGWalking in Brecon

So, aching, tired and happy the DOGs returned from TrekFest 2015 having raised £1,143.00 for the Countess Mountbatten Hospice and SSNAP