Deepak is a versatile and experienced professional with over a decade in Agile space as developer, technical expert, manager, process consultant and now as co creator of Agilesattva. Having worked for many years on Agile transformations, he firmly believes that goal of Agile is to create self sustained, self organised and self reliable systems. Its about “Being Agile” rather than “Doing Agile”.
Deepak has experience working with a wide range of companies – from large organisations like Nokia India, Societe Generale, to mid sized companies like Tarento Technologies and start ups like Innvo Systems.
His method of coaching is organic and sustainable as it proactively involves the system (team/organisation) in every step of transformation to build an effective process. He is known for experiential, reflective and activity based trainings. This involves setting up open spaces, role plays, games, discussions, role reversal, etc.
Deepak is also actively engaged with various industry bodies and has presented at conferences like Agile India, Regional Scrum Gathering and has been on review panel and organising groups of such conferences.
He is an engineering graduate in Computer Science and also has a Masters in psychotherapy. He has also undergone training in Transactional Analysis (TA) OD and is currently a CTA Trainee in TA psychotherapy. He integrates Transactional analysis (a social psychology developed by Dr. Eric Berne MD in 1970) and Agile to make the transformation more effective. He also uses Psychodrama (an action method developed by Jacob L. Moreno MD) in coaching the teams.
Deepak has extensive experience of using Agile frameworks like Scrum and Kanban, he believes that approaching transformation/coaching using systemic lens is more effective instead of retro-fitting the existing frameworks. He also believes that the system (team/organisation) should drive the Agile Transformation. These believes led him to develop System Driven Transformation(SDT) approach for Agile transformations along with his colleague and co creator of AgileSattva.
Passion to work with versatile teams and organization. My work focus on Leadership, Development Teams and also Client groups! I feel all the three are important sections in the organization. I integrate my OD Learnings of Transactional Analysis theory into Agile transformation.
Co-founder, and also share the responsibility of Handling scholarships and Training
I have been visiting faculty for BITS Pilani, Corporate Training Programs held in the campus of corporate companies. I have handled courses for M.S. students in subjects like: Operating Systems Structure Programming. Database Management Systems Object Oriented Programming and Design Patterns.
PIM applications Team, Module Lead for Alarm and Notes app. Involved in Low Level and High Level Designing for the apps. Involved in General Review and Refactor of code base.
I am working as Senior engineer for Nokia
I started my career with Innvo Systems Software Labs Pvt. Ltd. after my graduation. The projects that I was involved were: MMI (Man Machine Interface): Where we started with some basic MMI design emulators. The platform that was used in this was Java. IMPS (Instant messaging and Presence Services - Wireless Village): IMPS is a protocol specified by OMA for chat and presence services. Involved in Design and Implementation of this project. XML packet formation, parsing, WBXML conversion, Handling responses from network, State table information. MMS: Involved in refactoring and designing State Machines.
In Nokia, started my role as a developer in Instant Messaging Team. Took up Scrum Master role since 4 years now for teams ranging from 4 to 8 members. Took up delivery incharge of common programs like 3.2 and 5.0 for Instant Messaging to the platform (involved co-ordinating with multiple teams). Involved in cordinatio and implementation of Instant Messaging requirements to operators (involved co-ordinating with product management team of Yahoo, Platform, and Orange) Last assignment in Nokia was WRT team since 8 months, and took up the role of scrum master.