Jeff Davis is Assistant Vice President, Business Operations at Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI). In this role, Mr. Davis is responsible for leading BMI’s Works Registration, Music Performance Identification, Audio/Visual Identifications, Foreign Research and Identification and Imaging departments to achieve objectives of all projects, programs and strategic plans. The contribution he makes within and outside of BMI influences the standards and processes for royalty distributions across the globe
Mr. Davis joined BMI as a Systems Analyst and subsequently earned the titles of Project Leader, Project Manager, Project Director and Sr. Director, Enterprise Applications before becoming Assistant Vice President in 2012. Prior employment included Progressive Insurance, Technautics Corporation, MCA Inc., and Argo-Tech.
As a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) from the Scrum Alliance, Mr. Davis has spoken on the application of agile methodologies to domains other than IT (Paris, 2013). He has also participated in conferences including Know What to Do Today: From Mobile to Middleware, and Agile Development Scaled to Multi-Tier Consumer Application Development at BMI (Orlando June 2012.) He is Board of Trustees President of Sumner Academy in Gallatin TN, and holds a BBA in Computer Science/Management Science from Kent State University.
BMI, Business Owner
June 2012 - Present, Nashville, TN, US
Responsible for leading BMI’s Works Registration, Music Performance Identification, Audio/Visual Identifications, Foreign Research and Identification and Imaging departments to achieve objectives of all projects, programs and strategic plans.Analyze operations of the organization to establish areas of strategic opportunity, cost reduction and efficiency. Provide direction and structure for operating units.
BMI, Sr. Director, Enterprise Applications
January 2011 - June 2012, Nashville, TN, US
Our company started through the Agile Scrum transformation. I became the scrum master for my departments development projects. After some coaching and CSM training we began to pilot several smaller projects. We followed all ceremonies and utilized a visual scrum board to manage the project. The pilot went very well. As we started to scale and purchase software to support the growth, we started to review IBM's DAD which eventually led to BMI creating BAM (BMI's Agile Methodology). As the structure started to materialize, i had the opportunity to transfer into our operations department to become a PO.