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october, 2021

sat09oct7:00 pm8:30 pmHow do you know your Scrum isn't working? - Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan7:00 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT+01:00) View in my timeOnline event

Event Details

Scrum is a simple team-based framework to demonstrate their leadership to align towards business value and team commitments. Whenever leadership fails at the strategic or team levels, these failures may manifest as patterns for Scrum to fail. In this presentation, I will share five simple patterns that can serve as early warning signs and provide solutions to address these patterns.

The Scrum Ambassadors are an international group of agile trainers and practitioners. We
envision a world where agile expertise is widely available to people in all countries,
languages and industries.

Our mission is to help agile practitioners achieve mastery in their chosen field. We do this
by living the mindset, by creating structured and peer-to-peer opportunities to learn, solve
challenges and grow, and by recognizing and celebrating people’s achievements on their
agile journey.

Learning outcomes
Solutions that participants can walk away with for five critical patterns when Scrum will fail

Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan
Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan works as the Enterprise Agile Evangelist and Professional Trainer at Inflectra Corporation supporting clients on their product adoption and digital transformation.

Dr. Rajagopalan previously worked as the Vice President of Operational Excellence and Training, Vice President of Proposition Delivery, and Vice President of Program Management Office at Aptus Health over a 10-year period. During his tenure as Vice President, he managed a portfolio of programs and projects and established the enterprise level Program Management Office. He was the finalist receiving Eric Jenett PMI Excellence award in 2017, has published scholarly journals and practitioner columns on middle management transformation. He also volunteers with PMI, PMI Mass Bay Chapter, Agile Alliance, NAAAP, and serve as GSDC Advisory Board Member. He also is a member of the Scrum Ambassadors and Personal Agility Recognized Practitioners Program.

With a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of Madras in India, a Master’s (MS) degree in Computer Engineering from Wayne State University, Michigan, a business (MBA) degree in Management from Concordia University, Wisconsin, and a doctorate (Ph.D.) degree in Organization and Management from Capella University, Minnesota. He holds many professional certifications in project management (PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, CSP, CSPO, CSD, CSM, ICC-ACC, SSBB, LSSBB, IT Project+, CSOXP, SCM, SCPO, SCD, SAMC, SCT).

With extensive software development and project and program management experience in many industries, Dr. Rajagopalan promotes the scholar-practitioner approach delivering information technology and management courses as adjunct faculty in Northeastern University and also is passionate about educating high-school and college children on project and agile principles to augment their productivity and agility in their personal and professional lives. He is also a published author on “”Organized Common Sense”” through which he supports youth leadership on projecting leaders of tomorrow.


(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT+01:00) View in my time


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