Mr. Luther is a consultant with experience supporting complex, multi-faceted Technology Implementation and Human Capital Management (HCM) projects and programs within the Federal Government and International Financial Institution realm. He has expertise in the areas of Organizational Change Management, Technology Adoption, and HR process improvement and HR Service Delivery design/implementation. Accompanying these areas of expertise is an understanding of system development lifecycle methodologies, and skills in requirements capture and documentation, system control documentation, User Acceptance Testing (UAT) scripting and strategy, and UAT execution.
Mr. Luther currently works in Deloitte's Federal Human Capital practice supporting Federal Government clients navigate transformative change initiatives. He previously worked in IBM's Global Business Services public sector practice supporting Department of Defense and Federal Healthcare clients.
Mr. Luther holds an undergraduate degree from James Madison University, a graduate degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Radford University, and holds certifications from the Project Management Institute and Scrum Alliance.
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Embracing Agile: Experiences using a Sprint Backlog within Change Management Teams
Organizational change management teams are a common and critical element of any system implementation or technology adoption project. Learning from the agile teams in which they operate, change management teams could benefit and strengthen their ability to deliver by implementing and exercising Agile best practices methodologies. This lightning talk will present this presenter’s experience using a sprint backlog to manage, estimate, track, and report on change management team work activities. Insights and lessons learned will be presented for other change management teams to consider as they embark on a path to incorporating agile into a discipline typically managed through traditional project management methodologies.