Sinora Bansal is the co-host of the Agile World Indie show. She is an Agile transformation leader and SAFe Program Consultant with over 10 years of experience in technology, leading corporations through agile transformations and building high performing teams in IT and Marketing projects of medium to high complexity.
When on the grounds, due to her pragmatic approach to achieving the objectives has earned her a reputation as someone who rolls up her sleeves and “just get’s it done”, even in the most challenging environments. She has strong client facing skills and ability to accelerate the pace of business value delivery.
She is currently working with Radtac Cprime as a Global Agile Delivery Coach. Her focus is to Educate, communicate, influence, implement and drive change to enable teams increasingly adopt Agile and DevOps across APAC, EMEA, Northern America to reduce waste and shorten implementation time-frames for business delivery.
She has worked with various organization like HSBC, TD Bank, Rogers, Accenture, Molina Healthcare as Agile Practitioner in Canada, USA and India.
She is a certified in Safe (5.1), Agile Culture and Leadership Certified (CAL), ICAgile Certified- Agile Coach and ICAgile Certified Agile Team Facilitator and of course CSM where it all started. She completed her Master’s from University of Florida, USA and BTech from India.
Honestly, when I started my career, I never imagined that I will be an Agile Practitioner or be coaching people yet looking back every step I’ve taken in my career has led me here. I started to learn about agile when I was still a Business System Analyst and got introduced to Scrum training by my Project Manager – and it completely changed the trajectory of my career. I didn’t know there was a label for that style of managing work and people. It seemed to make sense to me at the time so jumping into Agile wasn’t really a big stretch for me.
Since 2014 she has been helping organizations adopt Agile practices as a Scrum Master, then as an Internal and External Coach. Over the last couple of years, she has been focusing on Organizational Development and Change Management in an Agile context at global platform. These roles taught her all sides of the business, from what teams need, to the struggles of middle management, to the paradigm shift needed throughout the business for agility to be sustainable and to foster transition that resulted in significant workflow optimization, shorter time to market, internal and external transparency, and reduction of development costs
Sinora Bansal is here because she believes in the mission of Agile World to help create a world of work that is joyful, prosperous, and sustainable.