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Leadership Council

Page history last edited by Jean M Laporte 10 years, 4 months ago

 

 

Role

Leader Pair

Job Description

Chief Product Owner

Jesse Fewell

Excella Consulting

jesse [dot] fewell [@] excella.com

571-241-3236 

Mike Cottmeyer
Pillar Technology

mike [at] cottmeyer [dot] com

404-312-1471

 

PO, Chapter Engagement (includes Community Services)

Ainsley Nies

anies at sbcglobal.net

650.359.7684 (H)

Michele Sliger

Sliger Consulting, Inc.

michele at sligerconsulting.com

 

PO, Knowledge Base

Pat Reed pat_reed@gap.com

 

650 515-2989

 

 

Brian Bozzuto

brian [at] brianbozzuto.com

781-405-7210

see draft 

PO, Community Services

George Schlitz 

BigVisible Solutions

gschlitz@bigvisible.com

Dave Prior 

 

PO, Website/Technology

Rodney Bodamer

rodney.bodamer@agilex.com

703-850-6279 

Mike Griffiths 

 

PO, Events / PR / Marketing / Vendor Relations

Bob Tarne

Sanjiv Augustine

sanjiv.augustine@lithespeed.com 

 

 

Community ScrumMaster

 

 

See: Scrum Master Role

PMI Staff Liaison

Nichole Ritz

nichole.ritz [at] pmi.org

(610) 356-4600 x5051

 

 

 

 

  • Each role on the Council is staffed by two individuals, using the practice of "pair leadership". Doing so provides the following benefit:
    • Redundancy - If one person is temporarily too busy with their regular full-time, or is on vacation, the other person can continue moving their team forward.
    • Dynamic Feedback - Agilists believe in the higher quality output that comes from individuals working together during execution. We see this everyday when we ask our co-workers for "another set of eyes to look at a problem".
  • Each role on the Council is staffed by a pair of equals.
  • The titles "Product Owner" and "ScrumMaster" are borrowed from the Scrum project management framework.

 

 

 

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