Powerful Data Presentation
* Show (almost) any field
* Edit inline
* Show progress, totals
* Complex formulas for any metrics
* Hierarchies of any depth
* Issues from any projects of any types, folders
* Portfolio overview SAFe
* Work load balancing for planning
Visibility* Confluence pages
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Agile Transformation Coach
Director of Engineering
Senior Technical Program Manager
Director of Engineering at Akamai Technologies
Accomplished high-energy Head of Engineering with 15+ years’ experience leading high performing multi-functional and cross platform teams of 10 – 100.
Experience coaching Atlassian, Java and Microsoft stack based teams. Highly technical, able to converse with staff at a code level with demonstrated results in mentoring Software Engineers.
Expert in introducing Agile processes globally including continuous integration & DevOps techniques.
Detail and goal orientated with a bias for action. ESTJ Myers Briggs profile.
Deep domain knowledge of Windows Services, Mobile Application Stores & Music Streaming Services. Significant experience partnering Software Organizations' with hardware based programs.
While in college I worked on a community health project in Guatemala. Tackling obstacles with a creative, resource-limited team inspired me; soon I was in over my head juggling multiple projects in the Middle East. I survived by automating as much as possible using Access, Visual Basic, and SQL, and training staff in their use. One project was turning refugees into entrepreneurs; another was a creating a self-sustaining charity medical clinic.
After returning to the U.S. I applied my complexity-sorting/process-developing skills to business. At International Paper, I discovered management wasn't getting the order-to-delivery insight they needed. I dove into SAP and developed a system that provided previously unseen customer service understanding.
After this project, I took a program/relationship management position with Spectrum, helping the company assess risk and define business expansion strategy in the U.S. and internationally. Now at EMC I am again I'm in my element – helping define better ways to make strategic decisions by transforming data "noise" into actionable business intelligence.
When I see a better way to do something - a way to fix a process that will allow a refugee to start a business, a manager to make better decisions, or a company to launch overseas, I’m compelled to devise a solution. If it crosses a border, beats a budget, or bends a few paradigms, that’s when it gets fun.
Specialties: International Risk Assessment, International Business Development/Expansion, Project Management, Cross-Cultural Relations, Business Analysis and Process Development (including metrics and evaluation)
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