Vijaya Kumar Bandaru

  

Agile Coach, IVY Comptech

Location: Hyderabad/AP/India


Certifications

Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster

Activity

Vijay Kumar Bandaru commented on the article, "A Product Owner's Journey from Traditional to Agile"

Vijay Kumar Bandaru rated the article, "How to Manage the "7 Wastes" of Agile Software Development"

Vijay Kumar Bandaru commented on the article, "How to Manage the "7 Wastes" of Agile Software Development"

Biography

I am a certified PMP, PMI-ACP, ITIL V3, CSM and CSP.  I have over 15 years of Software Projects experience. I started my career in 1998 as a developer and worked on few ERP and e-Commerce website projects and in the year 2005 I took a shift into Project Management career. I am also into PMBOK and PMI-ACP trainings and training is my passion.

I am working on agile transformation initiative at my current organization. I work with multiple Scrum teams from different locations as part of this initiative.

If you would like to contact me, below are the details:

Linked IN: vkbandaru@yahoo.com

Personal EMail: vkbandaru@yahoo.com

Mobile: +91-9848032144

Articles I've written

Tips to Conduct Effective Joint Product Backlog Refinement Meetings in a Scaled Way
Product backlog refinement helps keep the upcoming backlog items discussed in detail and lined up for future sprints. This will improve the rhythm of the Scrum team. . . .

A Product Owner's Journey from Traditional to Agile
I recently worked on a project in which almost everyone in the Scrum team was new. The product owners in particular had worked in traditional project delivery models. . . .

How to Manage the "7 Wastes" of Agile Software Development
Based on the seven wastes of manufacturing industry, Mary and Tom Poppendieck have defined seven wastes that are appropriate for software development. What follows provides information about the meaning of each of the seven wastes of software development. . . .

ScrumMaster
It takes time for a Scrum team to reach the high-performing stage. But you, as ScrumMaster, can compress that time. How?

Understanding Scrum Through a Simple Metaphor
My colleague Madhavi and I were discussing Agile and Scrum in general last week. During the discussion she suggested that it would be nice if there were a simple explanation of the Scrum framework that used a common language that made the concepts easy for anyone to understand. . . .

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