Frank Fay

  

Senior Project Management Supervisor, Ubisoft Blue Byte

Location: Düsseldorf, Germany


Certifications

Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster

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Work experience

Ubisoft Blue Byte, Senior Project Management Supervisor
March 2012 - Present, Düsseldorf, Germany
Scrum facilitator and coach on two web game project. Scrum consultant for other projects. Mentoring and coaching of Scrum Masters and Product Owners. 40 hours per week = approx. 960 hours.

Gameforge AG, Operation Director
November 2011 - February 2012, Karlsruhe, Germany
Cross project role. Scrum coach and trainer for Scrum Masters. Coach for Scrum teams. Responsible to define standards and best practices for agile project management and quality management. 20 hours a week = approx. 320 hours

Gameforge AG, Head of Project Management - Web Games
May 2011 - September 2011, Karlsruhe, Germany
Producer Owner on one Scrum project. Introduced Scrum to the team, trained and coached them. 10 hours a week for 3 months = approx. 120 hours. Coached and mentored Scrum Masters of all projects. Consulted and coached Product Owners. Focus was Scrum Activities, Scrum Artifacts and Scrum Roles. 30 hours a week for 3 months, 40 hours a week for 1.5 months = approx. 600 hours

Keyfactor Entertainment, Production Director
October 2004 - March 2011, Eschborn, Germany
Project "Störtebeker" Product Owner. Main deliverable was a product pitch, which included design studies, prototypes and associated documentation. 10 hours a week for 3 months = 120 hours Project "Street Golf" Product Owner. Main deliverable was a product pitch, which included design studies, prototypes and associated documentation. 10 hours a week for 2.5 months = 100 hours Project "Car Racer" Product Owner. Main deliverable was a product pitch, which included design studies, prototypes and associated documentation. The project was very complex and we had to define a lot of the product vision. Also we had to do a lot of risk spikes. 20 hours a week for 6 months = 480 hours