Narasimhan Anantharangachar

  

CEO, Sripadam Management Consultants

Location: Bangalore, India


Certifications

Certified ScrumMaster

Biography

Narasimhan, A is a Certified Scrum Master and a PMP (PMI, US) and a member of Scrum Alliance. Narasimhan has 24+ years of experience in the IT industry. Established 'Sripadam Management Consultants' as a corporate consulting and training institute primarily in the area of Agile Scrum. Having practised Scrum for over two years in a major MNC with distributed team of 400+ and working on enterprise product development, Narasimhan has good exposure to all aspects of Scrum, Have used scaling of Scrum to three levels and also was an assessment team member (ATM) for CMMI Level-3 certification with Agile Scrum.

 

Narasimhan has also established and headed a Project Management Office for an MNC and worked for a year as SEPG Leader. Narasimhan has toured widely in Europe on project consulting and account management assignment as well as techno-marketing. Narasimhan spent a year in Switzerland setting up the European business of Ramsoft Technologies Pvt Ltd where he was a Director for over a decade.

 

Currently Narasimhan is offering training and coaching on Scrum at Bangalore and other locations in India and consulting with companies which are implementing Scrum.

Articles I've written

Experiences in Agile Coaching: Courage as a Value
Agile teams find a lot of benefit from external coaching. Especially teams who, for whatever reasons, have not been focusing on continuous improvement. In my experience as an Agile coach, I've come across many situations where I could add value as...

Estimation Techniques For Teams Adopting Scrum
Agile teams estimate story size during Release Planning and estimate efforts for tasks during Sprint Planning. This is perhaps true for most Agile teams while some of them have different approaches based on the training and/or coaching they ha...

Success Factors for Scrum Implementation
One company's experience with implementing Scrum and the factors that helped them to succeed.

Tipping the Scale
You think you may need to move to a new level of Scrum, but how do you know if scaling is the best idea for your organization? And what precautions should you take to ensure all goes well?