Brian M. Rabon, CST, PMP is an IT professional with over 16 years of industry experience. Brian holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from Auburn University and a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Information Engineering and Management program.
Brian is President of The Braintrust Consulting Group is a worldwide leader in Agile transformations. Brian helps his clients learn, plan, and implement Agile processes, such as Scrum and Kanban into their daily work. His approach is to provide practical, hands-on Agile training so students can apply their knowledge right away. He then supports his clients through enterprise and team coaching in order to cement best practices.
In addition, Brian loves teaching and is an Adjunct Instructor at University of Alabama at Birmingham where he leads clients of the Information Engineering and Management Masters Degree Program on an exciting journey through the world of Business Process Modeling and Technical Project Management.
When not in the classroom, Brian can be found around the globe evangelizing the benefits of Agile to the likes of Agile 20XX, the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) many chapters, and the Scrum Alliance’s Scrum Gatherings. Brian is an avid blogger, writing for his company’s blog at http://www.braintrustgroup.com/blog. Brian is a founding member of Agile Birmingham and a past board member of PMI Birmingham and TechBirmingham.
Feel free to contact Brian by calling 205.329.3794, via e-mail at email@example.com, twitter id braintrustgroup, or join up with him on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/bmrabon.
The Braintrust Consulting Group, President
March 2009 - Present, Birmingham, AL, United States
The Braintrust Consulting Group is a service based project management consulting firm focused on delivering solutions to companies undertaking software related projects. We blend offerings in four critical categories; People, Process, Tools, and Training. Our systematic approach helps our clients stay focused on achieving their corporate goals and at the same time increasing their competency for execution.
For a complete work history please visit my profile on LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/in/bmrabon
Articles I've written
Want to Achieve Lasting Agility?
Many people believe that it takes a top-down approach to change corporate culture in order to successfully implement Agile methods. What if they are wrong? What if top-down isn't the way to go?