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Consultant Scrum Master / Scrum Coach at SagePay
London, EC1V 4AB
May 2012-December 2012
My role at SagePay was to introduce Scrum in the organisation and coach Development, Test and Product Teams to make a transition from Waterfall to Scrum. This also involved making presentations at the Board Level to make Senior Management and Executive members aware of Scrum and pitch the benefits of Scrum over traditional Project Management models. The Merchant Services Application System of SagePay is being redeveloped, and as a Scrum Master I have guided the team in delivering multiple Sprints of incremental deliverables successfully. My activities in this contract involved : ·Coach the Development, Testing and Product Management teams to the core concepts of Scrum via multiple hands-on workshops. · Mentor Product Owners and Business Analysts in writing User Stories correctly. · Facilitate Sprint Planning and User Story Estimation using Planning Poker. · Work with Product Managers in Release Planning and Sprint Planning. · Facilitate daily scrum meetings (stand ups) and resolve impediments raised. · Facilitate Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospectives. · Work with the Product Owner in managing Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog using Rally · Communicate project progress via release and sprint burn up/ burn down charts for management review. · Promote adoption of Extreme Programming practices like TDD, BDD, CI, Pair Programming, Refactoring and Code Review within the Scrum Team
Consultant Scrum Master at Thomson Reuters
London, E14 5EP
July 2011-March 2012
As a Scrum Master, I have coached and facilitated adoption of Agile ( SCRUM, LEAN and KANBAN ) in development teams located in different time zones for delivering a greenfield financial product called TREP - Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform for Data Management. · Coach different groups of stakeholders across the organisation to adopt and promote Agile concepts of Scrum, Lean and Kanban methodologies. · Release planning with Product Owner based on Product Delivery roadmap · Facilitate writing of User Stories with Product Owner, Development Team members and Test Lead. · Capacity Planning and Sprint Planning. · Facilitate daily scrum meetings ( stand ups ) and resolve impediments raised. · Facilitate Scrum of Scrum meetings between Scrum masters of different scrum teams in separate time zones · Sprint review and retrospection. · Communicate project progress via release and sprint burn up/ burn down charts for management review. · Highlight and address slippage by generating daily burn up charts as the sprint progresses · Manage Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog using TFS · Ensure development adhered to basic Extreme Programming practices like TDD, BDD, CI, Pair Programming, Refactoring and Code Review to deliver high quality product.
Consultant Scrum Master and Architect at PricewaterhouseCoopers
February 2008-November 2010
As a Scrum Master, I liase with the business, senior management and the developers for delivering customised International Mobility C# .Net Tax applications for several blue chip clients like RBS, BP, Fortis, ING, Vodafone and Philips. I have also liaised directly with external share plan administrators like ComputerShare in gathering the business requirements and defining the architecture for PwC UK’s first SOA tax application for clients like BHP Billiton and Amazon. My latest assignment is with Universal Music Group as a Scrum Master to create new platform for 18 of their commercial websites in MS .Net Technology. Reporting to the IT director, my key responsibilities were · Sprint planning, review and retrospection. · Manage daily scrum meetings and communicate project progress via sprint burn down charts for management review. · Interacting directly with blue chip clients for analysing business requirements and constructing User Stories. · Review User Story Estimate. · Handle project resourcing and budgets in excess of 2.5m · Manage and assist onsite and offshore developers to resolve technical issues. · Provide input to the development team for application and database design and ensure that all developments are well aligned to business requirements within the defined standards. · Monitor the deliverables of the offshore team and ensure that they adhere to the defined standard. · Define Security Model for PwC’s high volume, high transactional, real time online shares vesting and exercising system. · Deal with 3rd Party vendors/suppliers to procure hardware/software.
Technical Project Manager at EMI
March 2006-April 2007
EMI’s Global Technology Centre in UK develops and maintains large-scale secured enterprise systems used by 40 offices of EMI across the world in running their day-to-day business. Global Repertoire is one of EMI’s largest web-based enterprise systems that handle complex business workflow processes of EMI in an integrated manner. As a Technical Project Manager for Global Repertoire, my job entailed defining best practices, sprint planning, review, retrospective and delivery of the high volume online workflow module by liaising with the stakeholders, product owners and operations team. My responsibilities were · User Story Mapping and estimation. · Conduct daily scrum meetings, sprint planning and retrospectives. · Act as a bridge between the business and the development team in the design, implementation and roll out of the Global Repertoire System. · Manage third party suppliers
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