Randy is a highly experienced and accomplished SAFe® leader and highly sought-after Agile Coach. He has is an early adopter of SAFe® and has led two SAFe® transformations. After many years of being an IT Executive using traditional Project Management as a PMP®, Randy obtained CSM and PMI-ACP® certifications and transitioned to Agile. Leveraging Agile methods Randy co-founded DRMetrix where he co-designed and developed the premier marketing business intelligence and patented direct response recognition technology that detects each time a commercial spot or infomercial airs and gathers valuable competitive marketing data. He began using Agile in the Advertising industry as a Product Manager 15 as a years ago and then joined ADP where he was a member of the Lean Agile Center of Excellence (LACE) which led a SAFe® transformation. He then introduced and gained buy in to implement SAFe® upon joining Sagitec, a software solution provider of corporate benefit management systems. He led the SAFe® transformation at Sagitec on an $57million seven-year program which included training the Sagitec and client employees. While leading the transformation at Sagitec, Randy started BTII Institute’s SAFe training program where he is the lead Agile Instructor and Senior Partner. Randy holds an MBA from the University of Pittsburg Katz School of Business.
• Certified Release Train Engineer (RTE 4.6) - May 27, 2019
• SAFe Program Consultant (SPC 4.6) - 2016-19
• Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) 2016
• Leading SAFe 4.6 (SA) Certification - 2019
• Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) - 2012
• Certified Scrum Master (CSM) - 2011
• Project Management Professional (PMP) - 2011
Sharon is a Strategy, Process and Technology Executive for Fortune 100 and Management Consulting firms. She is the lead PMI-ACP and PMP instructor and teaches Business Intelligence and Data Analytics software as well. Sharon excels in initiating, leading and delivering cross-functional transformational business solutions. Her exceptional management and training skills were essential in maximizing employee effectiveness leading to greater productivity, innovation, and profitability.