Project Management

Agile Project Management

Agile Project Management started in the 1970’s, but is rapidly becoming the most popular way to develop and release software. Kendall has held multiple roles in technology teams that use Kanbhan and Scrum Methodologies including Scrum Master. Experience with sprint management tools such as JIRA, Trello, and DevOps boards, dashboards, and wallboards gives her the technical skills to keep projects and work organized. However, the most important part in leading an agile team is the people. Kendall believes in a fun, positive work environment that leads to high performing teams. Agile isn’t just for software development though! Kendall has even trained a paint store chain on how to incorporate Kanbhan boards into the daily life of their stores as well as helping to organize personal activities and goals.

User Acceptance Testing

The mantra for Kendall’s UAT Team was “Break it like it’s our job.” After all, if something is not working, the purpose of UAT is to find it before the users do. Kendall created test data and developed test scripts to ensure her clients’ software works the first time. To increase efficiency, she automated several scripts to drastically reduce regression testing time. Kendall has extensive experience in testing healthcare websites, emergency physician training programs, and complex scoring and feedback programs for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements for their Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).

Fort Sanders Project