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Niranjan Nerlige V

  

Founder, Chief Consultant, Agile, Scrum Coach & Trainer, Exelplus Services

Location: Bangalore,India

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Biography

Niranjan Nerlige  V, has around 17  years of professional experience and  6  years as a Consultant, Coach and Trainer   in Agile-Scrum, Lean- Agile, XP,Kanban,  Software Estimation, Project Management .  He has extensive implementation experience in Agile –Scrum, Distributed Agile and Scaling Agile at Enterprise Level, FP Based Productivity framework Design and Measurement.

He has  presented in  International Conferences such Lean - Agile India 2015, Regional Scrum Gathering South Asia 2015,  Peca  Kucha talks in Agile Tour 2014 on Agile, Scrum  and  also in 18th World Congress for Quality. He has been invited as guest speaker in IIM, Bangalore and   Yahoo Software.

He has been a panel speaker and moderator for Agile Best Practices Sessions through Bangalore SPIN. He is also one of the core executive member of Agile Leadership Network, Bangalore.

Consulting and Training Experience :

He is a Founder of the ExelPlus Services. His main interests are providing Consulting, Coaching, Mentoring  and Training  in  Agile Methodologies, Transitioning to Agile Successfully, Scaling Agile at Enterprise level(SAFe) Scrum Project Managemen., .

  1. He is  Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and   holds Certified Scrum Practitioner (CSP) certification from Scrum Alliance. 
  2. He is  holds SAFe Program Consultant Certification (SPC) from Scaled Agile Academy
  3. He is an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) from PMI

Niranjan has Trained more than 2500 participants  and 60 Plus Organisations since 6.0  years,  to various  and Non IT companies in the areas of  (Scrum Project Management,  SAFe Framework for Scaling Agile,    Software Estimation Techniques(Function Point Analysis)  to various clients in India and  International Clients .

Held the Scrum Master Role, Product Owner and Scrum Coach during his last 8 years of Agile Coaxhing and Training experience.

 These Scrum Roles have helped me to address the following challenges  faced during the Scrum Implementation and develop Scrum expertise

  1. Trained the development team on Scrum framework, Roles and Scrum Meetings.
  2. Writing Product backlog item in the form of user stories, defining an effective DOD.
  3. Helping the team to become Self Organised Team, which took almost six months.
  4. Teaching Development team to do Sprint Planning, Sprint Review and Retrospective
  5. Ensuring daily Scrum Meeting effectiveness and Coaching Product Owner on release planning.
  6. Defining and managing the requirements using Product back log and ordering before the Every Sprint

Training Assignments

Following is a list within and outside India, where he has executed Consulting and Training Assignments.

  1. Infosys-Mysore
  2. Yahoo Software India ( 6 Training)
  3. Oracle (6 Trainings)
  4. GE and GE- Health Care ( 4 Trainings)
  5. Arbitron ( 3 Trainings)
  6. Mindtree
  7. Mphasis
  8. Hewlett Packard
  9. Capgemini ( 3 Trainings)
  10. Computer Associates
  11. ITC Info Tech
  12. Informatica ( 3 Trainings , One Training in Texas, US)
  13. ABB (7 Trainings)
  14. Tata Communications
  15. Sling Media Pvt Ltd( 3 times)
  16. Keannen Associates(US Client)
  17. Symphony Software Services(7 times)
  18. Pace Micro Technology
  19. Vital Images(US Client)
  20. eRevMax ( 2 times)
  21. Zyme Solutions
  22. Goodrich Aerospace
  23. John Deer Technology
  24. Ion nor  Solutions
  25. Infinite Computers
  26. Ion Idea software
  27. Collabera
  28. Point Cross
  29. Focus Info Tech
  30. Netik
  31. IHS
  32. Lore Software
  33. India Bulls
  34. Sony Software
  35. Ericsson

Articles I've written

Ten Things I Know About the Product Owner
The role of the product owner is very important in Agile product development, especially in Scrum. Here I would like to give my perspective of the role of the product owner, based on my coaching and teaching Scrum to teams.

Agile Program Management
There are disadvantages to traditional program management, but Agile can bridge the gap between the business strategy and project execution.

 

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