Capital One, Product Manager, Agile Continuous Improvement Practice
January 2010 - Present, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Own all delivery processes for Capital One (Agile, Waterfall, etc.), training, Release Management, support,analytics and tools (VersionOne and Clarity). Specifically in this job I have driven the introduction and adoption of the Scaled Agile concept within the enterprise, driving the development and roll out of all of the Scrum training to aid in the adoption of Agile Scrum and restructuring our Release Management function to be focused on Release Trains.
Specific accomplishments include:
1/1/2010 to present: Product Owner for 4 Scrum Teams and Scrum Master for 2 teams (some examples below)
5/1/2011-8/30/2013: Scrum team member for Capital One's move to VersionOne as the Agile Development tool and rolled it out to over 5,000 users.
9/2011-present: Was Product Owner for new, steamline Agile process for constrained technology platform management tha timproved time to market by 22%
6/1/2013 to present: Product Owner for the Agile Coaching Practice which created from scratch a entire internal coaching curriculum and graduated over 90 coaches, created continuous education programs and maintains internal certification standards.
7/1/2013-present: Product Manager for the Enterprise Deliver Transformaton work which is centered on transforming Capital One into an Agile company.
Capital One, Chief Financial Officer and Product Owner, Small Business Bank and Card
January 2004 - December 2009, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Responsible for all financial processes for the Small Business Bank and Card areas. It was in this job where I first experienced the transforming effects of Agile. I implemented Agile methodologies within the Finance area and was a leader in moving the Small Business line of business into the Agile world.
Scrum Master for the Small Business Risk Office identifying, assessing and managing risk associated with both new and existing business across multiple product line.
Scrum Master on team to reengineer the entire forecast process and specifically bringing in scrum approaches to forecasting. Reduced cycle time by 30% and increased accuracy by 27%
Capital One, Chief Financial Officer
January 2003 - January 2004, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Directed all Financial processes and analysis for the Cross Sell division.