Dr. Sanjeev Raman

Dr. Sanjeev Raman

Lean|Agile & Management Consultant
Raman Technologies, Inc
location_on United States

Member since 8 years


Dr. Sanjeev Raman

Specialises In (based on submitted proposals)
scaling-agile firmware-and-embedded-development scaling-agile-adoption

Dr. Sanjeev Raman is an Enterprise Lean|Agile and Management Consultant. He started Raman Technologies, Inc. to help organizations transform their workplace to be more collaborative, efficient, innovative, and ultimately fun. Sanjeev has over 15 years in the high tech space, ranging from technical product development to program and executive management, and now Lean|Agile coaching, and training. Dr. Raman is well versed in Lean Thinking and Agile methods such as Kanban, Scrum, Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), LeSS, eXtreme Programming (XP), Agile Project Management, etc. He has supported all aspects of the software lifecycle (SDLC) and has developed and implemented Agile processes consistent with ISO and CMMi standards at the enterprise level. Some of his clients have included Intel, Cisco, PayPal, JP Morgan Chase, AOL, Juniper, Hewlett Packard, just to name a few.

Dr. Raman has four academic degrees, two undergraduate degrees in Biomedical Science Research and Laboratory Science and two graduate degrees in Information Technology from University of Maryland, Towson University, and George Mason University respectively. He holds several certifications from Scrum Alliance, Project Management Institute, Scaled Agile, Lean Kanban University, and others in the agile and project management space. He has been on review committees for industry conferences such as Scrum Alliance and Agile Alliance. Dr. Raman has published articles with the Scrum Alliance, Agile Atlas, and InfoQ. He has also translated the Agile Manifesto to Sanskrit for the Agile Alliance, and published books. Dr. Raman organizes two conferences each year: Lean Kanban Asia Pacific and Agile Asia. Apart from these conferences, he also runs two Lean|Agile meetup groups: Portland, Oregon and Silicon Valley.