Sathya Narayana Kaliprasad


Global Transformation Manager, HSBC

Location: Hyderabad



Certified Scrum Product Owner
Certified ScrumMaster

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Sathya Narayana Kaliprasad commented on the article, "Maria Montessori + Agile Thinking = Scrum"

Sathya Narayana Kaliprasad commented on the article, "Maria Montessori + Agile Thinking = Scrum"


A Consultant, Coach and a friend.

Searching an Identity, as I have played multiple and parallel roles over the last 16+ years.

Sathya, started his career as a Hardware Engineer, risen to Network Engineer, PC Architect, Trainer, Consultant to a Transformation Program Manager. 

He has been working in LN from the version 3.0, Beta certified advanced App Dev. & Sys Admin for 6, 7 versions in LN. 

Have consulted more than 200 companies in India for Lotus Notes Dev & Admin. As a trainer, has trained more than 2000 professionals in Lotus Domino, Windows Administration, Network & Router Architecutre and configuration, Hacking and TCP/IP settings, Database Architecture and Oracle. Worked in Education, Healthcare, Pharma, Automobile, Finance & Aeronotical domains. 

Sathya was the ideator for IView product. Authored 14 course materials in Lotus Notes and related technologies. At IBM, 3 times Bravo award winner, submitted 23 DD, 16 IC's & queued for a single patent (never worked out). 

Single logo winner in IBM for "Ideate, Integrate & Innovate". 

Presented break your ideas thru Innovation thesis sumbitted for MPhil.

Trained by Astrowix on PMP, Adept on CSM SolutionsIQ on CSPO. Sathya is an activer participant in PM Groups in Chennai and Bangalore. He has presented more than 5 papers on PM topics at various events.

Articles I've written

Maria Montessori + Agile Thinking = Scrum
Montessori education is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child's natural psychological development, as well as technological advancements in society. The overview . . . gives us a clear sense of the overlap between Montessori education and Scrum.

Waterfall Inside a Sprint
Our team encountered two serious problems and learned from our mistakes with them. We were biased with a Waterfall model -- the only model that we knew how to use to manage and run a software project. . . .