Jeff Lopez-Stuit, CEC

Jeff Lopez-Stuit, CEC

Sr. Enterprise Agile Consultant
location_on United States

Member since 8 years


Jeff Lopez-Stuit, CEC

Specialises In (based on submitted proposals)
effective-communication planning communication culture standup big-up-front-documentation complexity difficult-conversations lean scaling-agile-adoption large-scale-agile task-board visibility program-management global enterprise-agile agile-lifecycle teams focus

Jeff Lopez-Stuit is a Senior Enterprise Agile Consultant for SolutionsIQ of Redmond, Washington, USA.  He's consulted and coached large enterprises in the United States, southern Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

As an Agile Coach Jeff is committed to helping people and organizations improve their ability to improve. When you’re working with him, you’re working to enable your enterprise to leave behind the inadequate structures of the past and establish practices to constantly build an amazing future that delivers astonishing results and changes the nature of what's possible for your customers, enterprise, and yourself.

He has nine years of experience as an Agile practitioner for firms like SolutionsIQ, Big Visible, and emergn, and is a Certified Enterprise Coach by the Scrum Alliance..  His clients have included Fortune 100 firms in the software, health care, financial services, security, networking, and  automotive manufacturing industries.  Before his years as an agilist, Jeff spent 15 years in higher education at the University of Michigan and University of Illinois, worked as a senior project manager for an early stage e-commerce consultancy, and served as a director of information services for a professional training and coaching company.

In addition to his work as an Agile practitioner, Jeff is a musician.  He studies and performs Turkish classical and devotional music, and has taken up the study of Carnatic music of southern India.  Jeff, his wife, and their three cats reside in Tukwila, Washington, USA.

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