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Common mistakes by Agile teams
Anand Murthy Raj


Anand Murthy Raj 
Project Manager/Scrum Master,
HP, Bangalore
Date:
02-JAN-2014

Time:
6.30 PM to 8.00 PM

Venue:

Royal Orchid Central Hotel,
47/1, Manipal Center,
Dickenson Road, Bangalore



Profile of Speaker:
Mr Anand Murty Raj has 15 years of experience in the IT industry through which he brings in strong management background and versatile experience in Software Project Management, Support, Operations management, customer management, process management, people management and vendor/partner management.

He is a PMP, PMI-ACP, PSM-I, CSM and ITIL certified project manager with an experience of product development for the last 4 years. A strong advocate of Agile and has helped implement Agile for HP's customer.

He has rich experience in result oriented leadership with a strong record of over achieving the targets/objectives, building application and enterprise product support organization, generating excellence in global culture, enhancing the productivity, generating revenue and brought cost effectiveness, identifying suitable vendors for outsourcing and making them successful and applying creativity to make the difference in management/leadership through analytical and problem solving skills. He is also a volunteer in the NGO “Nisvartha” helping around to 300 rural students in their educational needs, studying from 10th std to BE/MBBS. 


Topic Description:

More and More organizations are now transitioning into Agile from the traditional software development methodologies. Mr. Anand's experience in Agile has taught him a few lessons in life and profession.

With audience he would like to share some of the mistakes he/his team have actually made in the past and which he has been finally putting the blame on the circumstances/Agile methodologies for failure. 


Expected Take-away:

“A cent of prevention is worth a dollar of cure”

Some of the common mistakes which is done without knowledge and how do we help the larger audience to prevent such mistakes. Learning how to see some indicators of the big issues that are coming in the next few days.