Digital and omni-channel professional with 10 years experience delivering projects including Web & Mobile applications, e-Commerce Websites, Digital Marketing Campaigns, Search Engine Optimization and User Focused Solutions.
My top 5 Skills according to my LinkedIn connections
Comfortable leading cross-functional teams by managing time, budget, quality, scope and risks with the help of planning, task, Mobile, SEO/SEM, web development, usability, design and digital optimization tools.
SPS @Scrum.org The Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) assessment is intermediate-level and grounded in the Nexus Framework, the exoskeleton of scaled Scrum.
The SPS assessment:
– Indicates you can manage and participate in scaled software and product development using Nexus – Confirms that you know appropriate agile practices and scaling fundamentals you could apply to multiple Scrum teams working together – Provides an industry recognized certification designed by Scrum.org – Passing the SPS assessment grants the industry recognized SPS Certification. It is the only publicly available assessment of your knowledge on scaling Scrum and agility.
PSPO I @Scrum.org People that have passed PSPO I and achieved certification demonstrate an intermediate understanding of the Scrum framework, and how to apply it to maximize the value delivered with a product. They exhibit a dedication to continued professional development, and a high level of commitment to their field of practice. Achieving PSPO I is the minimum demonstration of knowledge any Professional Scrum Product Owner should be able to make.
PSM I @Scrum.org People who have passed PSM I achieve certification, and demonstrate a fundamental level of Scrum mastery. PSM I certificate holders prove they understand Scrum as described in the Scrum Guide and concepts for applying it. PSM I holders have a consistent terminology and approach to Scrum.