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As the Manager of Continuous Improvement for Stanford Medicine's IT Department, I work with 8 divisions (over 100 employees) to identify and facilitate process improvement and cultural shifts.<br/><br/>More specifically, my role: <br/><br/>- Introduces and facilitates the evolution of agile approaches to large, complex project initiatives in support of Stanford Medicine's strategic objectives. <br/><br/>- Ensures sequencing and dependencies are monitored and managed. <br/><br/>- Partners as a leader in the agile space with IRT directors and other stakeholders, while leading a team of Agile Program Managers to optimize the delivery of work and advancement of a continuous learning culture. <br/><br/>- Coaches developers, business analysts, product owners and IRT leadership in agile methods. <br/><br/>- Facilitates key group meetings to ensure effective meeting outcomes and decisions. <br/><br/>- Creates and tracks milestone-based agile program plans.<br/><br/>- Manages high-level issue resolution, risk mitigation, and resource conflicts, escalating to IRT steering committee as needed.<br/><br/>- Works in close collaboration with multiple agile teams, overseeing integration activities.<br/><br/>- Teaches, mentors, and coaches teams in agile principles and continuous learning. <br/><br/>- Drives alignment between stakeholder groups and coordinate any cross-functional dependencies.<br/><br/>- Facilitates measurement of program outcomes through analytics.<br/><br/>- Creates clear visibility into status and progress of overall IRT initiatives.