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Christopher Broome

  

Business Analyst, Natural Resources Wales

Location: Bristol


Certifications

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Credentials

Biography

Chris Broome is a Certified Scrum Professional and Product Owner. Chris brings a different facet to a team, providing a focus not just on the job at hand but also on the dynamics of the team. Whilst Chris primarily focuses on the product owner/business analysis and requirements gathering side of projects, he also has experience in and enjoys working closly with development teams as a scrum master. Constantly looking to encourage and guide team members, Chris endeavours to always get a team to reach it's potential in terms of efficiency and understanding. With a firm belief in continuous improvement, both for team members and the process itself, Chris always looks for a better way of doing things.

 

Work experience

Natural Resources Wales, Business Analyst
September 2014 - Present, , GB
Working as a business analyst, helping with the business transition as NRW splits from the Environment Agency. Main role is on defining the minimum viable product for new NRW specific replacement systems

True Clarity, Scrum Master
February 2012 - September 2014, Bristol, GB
Worked as a combined PO/SM, helping clients build new systems/websites by gathering requirements from stakeholders and prioritising the workload for the development team. Chris also supported the team as a Scrum Master, driving small but frequent process changes to improve the team efficiency.

Zircadian, Product Owner
May 2009 - February 2012, London, Select a State, United Kingdom
Zircadian provides workforce management software to the NHS, allowing for the effective management of medical staff. Over 140 Trusts use Zircadians Software across the UK. At Zircadian, Chris is responsible for the Junior Doctor Portal, which includes rota, monitoring and rostering software.

Articles I've written

"I Have No Impediments"
"I have no impediments." It's the most common sign-off for every team member in the daily Scrum. It's also a lie. We've all been there. Standing in a little circle of people, listening to the carousel of "This is what I did yesterday, this is wh...

 

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