Christopher Linde is a Director within the Advanced Technology and Architecture Operating Group at Accenture. He serves as the Agile Capability Lead for Accenture’s North America Custom Delivery Practice. He has over 20 years experience leading technology solutions for clients in Government, Financial, Semiconductor, and aviation industries. His focus for the past thirteen years has been leading large scale systems development efforts leveraging Agile methodologies.
Christopher has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Science from George Mason University and a Masters of Science in Program Management from George Washington University.
Christopher is a:
Certified Scaled Agile Framework Program Consultant (SPC)
Certified Scrum Professional (CSP)
Certified Scrum Master (CSM)
Certified Project Manager Professional (PMP)
Distributed Agile development
Large Scale Agile Factory
- Kanban support
- End to End Custom Systems Delivery
- Automated testing
Accenture, SCRUM Evangelist and SME
May 2010 - Present, Washington D.C., DC, United States
Moved into process invovation in 2009 and used SCRUM in a business process reengineering effort. In 2010 began work on another process reengineering effort as coach of two Agile teams focused on process re-engineering. From there I have coach muli-vendor, multi-team, geo-dispursed teams to deliver an online incentives system, a self service kiosk, an interactive online mapping system, and microstrategy dashboard and reporting.
Core Consulting, SCRUM Master/Coach
August 2004 - April 2010, Richmond, VA, United States
Served as SCRUM Master and SCRUM Coach for TREDS. (Distributed Accident Reconstruction and Reporting System) for the state of Virgina. Team delivered a system that suceeded two previous failed attempts.
May 2003 - July 2004, Sandston, VA, United States
Data Center Project Manager - Data Center build manager for new semi-conductor plant
Capital One, Project Manager
July 1999 - April 2003, Richmond, VA, VA, United States
- Served as project manager for multi-million online banking effort. Utilized RUP as methodology for delivery