NORTH LA | SCRUM at NASA and Other Unexpected Places
Any modern project manager knows that agility is key to success and one of the most successful Agile frameworks is SCRUM. We will briefly cover what SCRUM is and how it is typically applied, before looking at use cases outside of the typical commercial software development world. Examples of use at NASA, with hardware, and even in youth education will be presented.
Attendees will learn:
- What SCRUM is and the basic principles
- How it is used in typical settings
- Where SCRUM has been used in projects that have special challenges
- How PMs can incorporate Agility, and possibly SCRUM into their management
About the Speaker: Zaheer Ali
Currently, manager of safety, quality, and software product assurance for NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) with responsibility for all software products and safety and quality of all USRA work on SOFIA. Also a founding executive for Material Mind and AIXIA Global. Built science instrumentation and the laboratory facilities for SOFIA. Managed science ground support on multiple deployments around the world. Trained as a research Physicist which has resulted in patents, an R&D100 award, and over 40 authored or co-authored publications. Also worked as an engineer and manager of teams and programs for the US Department of Energy’s Nevada Test Site where he co-founded the National Center for Nuclear Security, worked as a Principal Investigator and Shot Director at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics of the University of Rochester and consulted as a micro/nano device (MEMS) engineer.
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