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Shweta Darbha


Principal Product Manager, CA Technologies Lid

Location: Hyderabad, India


Certified Scrum Product Owner



Shweta Darbha, has nearly a decade of work experience in IT business consulting  and product management with top–tier IT services and product companies across IT infrastructure and Network Management, Financial Services, Retail, Airlines, Manufacturing and Hi-Tech domains encompassing Oracle Customer Relationship Management (CRM) (Service, Call Center, Install Base, Depot Repair and Contracts), Oracle Customer Data Management (CDM), Marketing and Siebel Loyalty and Siebel Marketing.

Areas of expertise are – Product Management, Business Consulting, Business Analysis, Requirements Management & Solution Development.
Certifies Scrum Product Owner and practicing as Product Owner and Scrum Master in my current Role.

Work experience

CA Technologies, Principal Product Manager
December 2011 - Present, Hyderabad, A.P, India
Product Owner from the Infrastructure Management Product in the Service Assurance Group

Oracle Technologies, Principal Product Manager
July 2007 - November 2011, Hyderabad, A.P, India
Product Owner for Siebel Loyalty Management Solution

Infosys, Consultant
August 2004 - June 2007, Hyderabad, A.P, India
Consulting for Enterprise Solutions Implementations

Articles I've written

Can Support and Maintenance Become Agile?
Agile methodology has gone from being a manifesto to an industry standard. Most of the product majors are adopting it, which promises to resolve multiple grievances that Waterfall is supposed to have created. The short, time-bound sprints with pre...

Are Customers Ready for Agile?
Waterfall methodology has been around for so long that the software organizations that practice it — and their customers — are completely in tune with the process. Recently our resident Agile guru pointed this out when commenting that, with Agile, customers or product owners can't give engineering a memory dump. In other words, they can't give engineering a dump of requirements at the start, because Agile mandates constant collaboration, in which requirements are aligned with the team and the business as well.

Bring the Customer Along
Recently I wrote an article with a rhetorical question for a title: “Are Customers Ready for Agile?” The idea stemmed from the fact that software development organizations have followed Waterfall methodology for so long that they h've ...


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