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Irvan K.


Cupertino, CA

Member since:

February 11, 2013

What do you hope to get out of Silicon Valley ALN?

Guidance on effective use of Agile and how to help an organization through a successful Agile transformation.

What talent, experience and perspective are you willing to contribute to Silicon Valley ALN?

I've worked for many years as an engineering manager, at various levels, and have more recent experience as a Scrum Master and Product Owner. I think I bring some unique perspective, but also some mistakes.

Who are your greatest lean-agile mentors and gurus?

Peter Trudelle and Chris Sims. I'm not as well-educated in Agile as I would like to be, and know very little about LEAN.


I'm a manager in an organization going through pain - some of it Agile pain, and some of it just pain. I want to learn how to help.

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