Confidential, Washington D.C
- Proficient in facilitating Scrum ceremonies (Daily scrum, Sprint Planning, Sprint Review and Sprint retrospectives) and leading agile
- Delivered team and organization training materials and workshops, building knowledge and skills to facilitate the agile transformation
- Coached teams on agile values and principles to promote continuous improvement, accountability, and transparency in practices and artifacts.
- Servant leader and liaison to upper management.
- Helped team members, stakeholders and customers understand the agile values, principles and practices.
- Educated and reinforced scrum methodology and agile framework to team members and key stakeholders.
- Facilitated meetings with both internal and external stakeholders to gather requirements for stories.
- Trained business stakeholders both internal and external, together on new functionalities and tools to increase productivity and improve company output Identified and resolved x critical issues slowing...
- Actively participate in sprint planning and development, writing user stories, test executions and test plans, daily stand ups and backlog grooming sessions in multiple projects simultaneously
- Analyzed business and user needs, documents requirements, and revises existing system logic difficulties as necessary vision document, sent out release notes to stakeholders and updated the agile testing document after every sprint for tracking purposes
- Trained business stakeholders both internal and external, together on new functionalities and tools to increase productivity and improve company output.
- Modeled core Agile principles of collaboration, prioritization, team accountability and visibility; ensured consistent application of scrum methodologies across the enterprise
- Communicated with external Stakeholders to gather requirements on directing client interaction to increase communication and accuracy with processes, transactions, and file requests.
- Provided accurate and clear Acceptance Criteria to Dev Teams for DoD (Definition of Done) resulting in more stories being accepted after demos.