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Srinath Ramakrishnan


Sr Consultant, Renatus Consultants

Location: Chennai, India


Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster
Certified Scrum Product Owner


Groups I belong to

Agile Chennai



Srinath Ramakrishnan is an experienced IT Professional.  He is a Certified Scrum Professional, Associate Certified Coach (ICF),  ICAgile Certified Agile Coach, Agile Certified Practioner(PMI-ACP), Innovation Games Certified Collaboration Architect (Orange Belt), Certified Scrum Product Owner, Certified Scrum Master and Project Management Professional.   He has completed Executive General Management Program (EGMP) from IIM Bangalore.  

He has vast experience in managing teams in the Onsite / Offshore model.  He has used Scrum and Agile practises extensively in the projects over the last 6 years and is passionate about Coaching.   

Work experience

Renatus Consultants,
December 2011 - Present, Chennai, India

HR and IT Consulting -  As a Coach helped the team develop a comprehensive HR Module with Recruitment Tracking using Scrum and Agile practices.

January 1998 - April 2010, Chennai, India

As Head Delivery, was managing the Prepaid Cards Development team. Used Scrum in the execution of many projects.   

Articles I've written

Managing Technical Debt
During the course of a project, the development team cuts corners due to a variety of reasons, such as lack of skill, pressure of meeting deadlines, or sheer laziness. Over time, these result in the accumulation of a large backlog of technical inefficiencies that need to be serviced in the future. . . .

Coaching Models: FUEL and GROW
A coaching model is a framework; it does not tell you how to coach but, rather, it's the underlying structure that you can use when you're coaching someone. . . .

Change Management Models
The main focus of the change management processes is to address the people and organizational factors that provide a catalyst to change in the organization. The ultimate aim of a change management initiative is to ensure that every individual in the organization is ready and willing to transition to a new role in the proposed environment. . . .


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