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Gurpreet Singh


Agile Evangelist / Coach, OLX - Naspers

Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina



I have 9+ years Experience of Enterprise Agile Coaching with deep exposure to other roles: Product Owner, Scrum Master, etc. I have led successful Agile/Scrum transformations at multiple organizations like Dell, McKinsey & Company, Accretive Health, etc. Currently, I am working as an Enterprise Agile Coach in a Multinational Company in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

I write articles on Agile in my Free time. Presently, I am writing a book on Agile.

I am an Agilist by Passion and a Blogger by heart.

•    Diversified Industry experience viz., Management Consulting, Mobile Apps,  US Health Care & Market Research
•    Expertise in working with People (& Clients) belonging to Different Cultures (Asians, North Americans, Argentines, South Africans, Europeans, etc)
•    Strong Product, Project and Program Management
•    Passion for delivering outstanding quality products by working on Processes, Product & Technology
•    Exceptional Servant Leadership skills, adept at recruiting, inspiring and leading teams
•    Well versed in working with Agile in Distributed Model
•    Passionate to use latest tools to enhance Productivity and Motivation: Team Barometer, Agile Radar, JIRA, MPP, TFS, Mingle, Visio, etc
•    Well-developed Communication and Problem-solving skills
•    Wrote Several Blogs and delivered in many Agile Conferences
•    Freelance trainer for Agile. Conducted many open house sessions on SCRUM, Lean, KANBAN & Scrum-Ban

•    Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agilist - First SAFe Agilist in Argentina and 3rd in South America
•    Certified Scrum Professional, Certified Scrum Master,
•    Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified
•    Management 3.0 Certified Trainer

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Work experience

OLX - Naspers, Agile Evangelist / Coach
April 2014 - Present, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, AR
Agile Evangelist / Enterprise Coach

Accretive Health, Agile Evangelist
May 2013 - January 2014, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, IN

  • Currently working at US Healthcare Company  as Agile Evangelist
    May 2013 to Present (0 year(s) - 6 month(s)). Product Owner/ Scrum Master for Application Development Teams
    . Acting as an Agile Coach to assist teams to transition to Agile/Scrum Methodology
    . Responsible for requirement gathering and further break into stories or task for team to make them clear with Acceptance Criteria
    . Work closely with User Experience and technology to define detailed product requirement.
    . Partner closely with the engineering team to help determine the best technical implementation methods as well as execution schedule.
    . Responsible for identifying opportunities, build business cases, and define product vision and strategy
    . Define Specifications for Development and launch new releases of our enterprise product line
    . Track product development, and develop product launch plans.
    . Responsible for managing product backlogs & prioritize while looking at business impact
    . Analyze business needs and drive the product development
    . Defining the product requirements, user experience, beta programs and launch requirements
    . Defining and analyze success metrics to ensure product acceptance and quality.

McKinsey & Company, Product Owner
August 2013 - April 2013, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
__Product Owner--

Dell International Services, Technical Support Expert / Product Owner
October 2006 - August 2008, Mohali, Punjab, India
Product Owner

Articles I've written

Stumbling Blocks
Ours was a typical Waterfall team that believed to the core in the SDLC (systems development life cycle). Our requesters were always adamant about sending countless changes to us at all stages of the project flow. This led to a lot of rework, a de...

Wet Scrum
Many companies tag themselves "Agile" as they execute software development projects. Scrum is the most commonly followed Agile way of working these days. Generally, organizations use a blended version to suit their needs. . . . So, why are companies moving to Agile?

The Agile Golden Triangle
The Iron Triangle was very rigid during the Waterfall era. . . . Let me introduce another triangle, the "Golden Triangle" of Agile.

Agile Poem
A poem for Agile practitioners. . . .

Confessions of a Storyteller
It is often said that all successful people are good storytellers. I find this saying inspiring -- and useful in the context of many Agile processes.

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