Ross Curtin

  

Agile Consultant, Coach, Trainer, Davisbase Consulting

Location: Salt Lake City


Certifications

Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster

Biography

Ross Curtin 
 CSM, CSP, MBA, ACP

Ross Curtin has worked with IT teams for over 20 years and has gained first hand experience with all aspects of the application development  At one time or another Ross has contributed in virtually every role including: scrum master, product owner, business analyst, QA Lead and Manager, project management, design lead, product manager and program management; from team to executive from contributor to stakeholder. He has participated in the development and deployment of large enterprise systems including CRM solutions and complex, low-latency high volume message bus systems for e-trading in the Financial technology sector. He has delivered numerous retail software products in the entertainment software industry.  This wide range of experience has provided Ross with an end to end soup to nuts perspective into the benefits of Agile and how to make it work. Throughout Ross’ career, he has organized, trained and coached internal project teams and currently is coaching and training Agile teams with organizations of all sizes from startup to Fortune 50,


Work experience

Davisbase Consulting, Director, PMO Practice
August 2011 - Present, Highland, UT, United States
Developing people who develop software

Interbank FX, Executive Director, PMO
April 2007 - September 2011, Salt Lake City, UT, United States
Executive Director of PMO Scrum Master (CSM) Product Owner (non-Certified) (CSP) B2B Development

i2i Inc, NuGenis, General Manager
December 2003 - April 2007, American Fork, UT, United States
General Manager Training curriculum and delivery Professional support for medical professionals Marketing Project Lead / Scrum Master

Microsoft, Lead Program Manager
January 1999 - December 2003, Salt Lake City, UT, United States
Lead Program Manager Program, Project Manager and Scrum Master for Links 2004 X-Box Program Manager for Links PC Lesion for PM between SLC and Redmond Office

Articles I've written

The Enlightened Scrum Team
The idea behind a Scrum team is that is it self-organizing, self-managed, and self-improving. Why does this work so well?