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Mohammad Sami

Lean-Agile & Design Thinking expertSAFe Agilist, CSP, CSM, MCA 

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SAFe Agilist  Certified Scrum Professional Certified ScrumMaster

Mohammad Sami is an Enterprise Lean-Agile and Design Thinking expert. Sami has around 17 years of IT experience, of which around 10 years in Agile, and around 5 years doing Agile Transformation at organization/portfolio/program levels.

Sami adopted Agile and self-directed teaming around 10 years ago as a means to keep pace with dynamic business demands and create better understanding between business and IT. His current work as Agile Coach, mentor and expert as well as Design Thinking Coach is focused on leading large complex Agile transformations at portfolio level. He has led many Agile Transformation works across number of Fortune 100 clients.

Sami has experience in leading delivery, coaching and mentoring teams and leadership. He has experience in industry domains like in high-tech, Banking and Finance, Retail and eCommerce, Insurance and Healthcare, Telecom and Manufacturing. He has worked for many esteem organizations like Accenture, Cognizant, Wipro and Infinite and for clients like Cisco, ACS/Xerox, Wal-Mart, Telenor, MetLife, WellPoint, Seagate, GM, GMAC, KeyBank, etc in USA, UK, Canada and India.

Sami is skilled with and have experience in Agile Frameworks but not limited to, Scrum, Kanban, XP, AUP, Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and other Scaled Agile frameworks as well as in many engineering practices TDD, BDD, Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery and in DevOps, Lean & Design Thinking. He has good past experience in application design, development and implementation; and guiding large technology projects from inception till post-delivery.

He has been successfully coaching and mentoring people (product development and services), advising clients, optimizing business processes, helping project and sales team with Proposal (RFP/RFI), solutioning and SOW’s.

Sami shares and publishes his knowledge and Ideas through his blogging space “Sam’s Agile Space” and have been actively blogging at his organization’s blogging platform as well.

Education & Certifications

  • Certified SAFe Agilist (SA), 
  • Certified Scrum Professional (CSP),
  • Certified ScrumMaster (CSM).
  • Higher Diploma in Software Engineering (HDSE)
  • Masters degree in Computers 

Honors, Awards & Appreciations

  • ACS/Xerox Client CTO appreciation for Agile Transformation
  • ABOVE & BEYOND” award from Cognizant
  • Feather In My Cap” award from Wipro
  • Certificate of Achievement” from Client KeyCorp
  • Client appreciation letter” from Mazda North American Operations
  • Client appreciation letter” from Seagate Technologies
  • And numerous other client appreciations…

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