Versatile Technology PRofessional

Amit bhatia

About ME

A Program Manager & technical expert in multiple areas relevant to Telecom and Internet Domain. Able to manage programs with complex engineering-product problems, learn quickly, iterate, and persevere towards a robust solution. Product-focused and passionate about building truly usable and highly scalable systems for local and Global customers equally

Been leading & managing Programs and Project teams across geographies with flair on being collaborative and comfortable working across teams including Engineering, Design/UX, product management and DevOps. Responsible and like to take ownership of challenging problems. A good communicator & teamwork facilitator via good documentation practices. Comfortable with ambiguity and thrive in designing processes for evolving needs by taking initiatives

When things break —which they do — I am eager to lead by example to manage and help fix things 

 #Dreamer #Beleiver #Focused #Perfromer #Trust


PROGRAM Management

Responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the completion of specific projects for an organization while ensuring these projects are on time, on budget, and within scope by.focusing on implementing strategic tasks that align new programs with an organization’s business strategy and goals

Product Manangement

Strategic vision aligned to the company's goals. Managing the product; throughout the Product Lifecycle, gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, to deliver winning products.

Cloud Operations

On-premises Virtualized and off-premises Google Cloud platform deployment and managemnet

Service delivery operations

Maintaining positive relationships with customers. Identifying customer needs and overseeing service delivery within the business context. Leading the service delivery team, managing conflict, and ensuring the team's processes and tasks are carried out efficiently

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Organizations I have performed for !!

My Blogs

Scrum Velocity: Do’s and Dont’s

Velocity is “The measure of how many points the team burns down in a given Sprint on average.” Velocity measures the amount of work a single team can be expected to complete during an iteration. When we refer to story points, we are referring to a unit of measurement that expresses the estimated effort required […]

Minimum Viable Product

  The Product Increment is what is produced after a given Sprint and is considered releasable. The Scrum Guide states that “An Increment is a concrete stepping stone toward the Product Goal. Each Increment is additive to all prior Increments and thoroughly verified, ensuring that all Increments work together. In order to provide value, the Increment […]

Agile effort estimation techniques

There are all kinds of techniques to use when estimating effort in an Agile way. Effective relative effort estimation leads to successful and predictable sprint outcomes, which leads to a successful project overall. Generally speaking, the main steps to Agile estimation are the same, even if the specific approach varies. Some examples of Agile estimation […]

The founding principles of Scrum

Although Scrum was first used to describe Agile content in 1986 in the Harvard Business Review, the term originates from the internationally loved sport, rugby. In rugby, a “scrum” involves players huddling closely together with their heads down while trying to gain possession of the ball. Then, the players work together in order to achieve […]

The Art of Influencing

What is influencing? Influencing is the ability to alter another person’s thinking or behaviors. If you have ever tried to persuade another person to understand your point of view, then you know that influencing is easier said than done. Conger’s four steps In his article, The Necessary Art of Persuasion, Jay A. Conger identified four […]

True Civility

Is it our position and prestige that makes us human, or our behavior ?? True Civility The President’s horse was moving forward with pride. Behind it, there were some companions and finally, some bodyguards on horses. This was not a state visit. They had all gone out for amusement. The President saw an Ethiopian (African) […]