About

My name is Michele Muse, and I have been involved in product leadership, primarily in technology industries, for about 15 years.  Presently, I work with Agile development teams, and I previously worked as a principal consultant and Agile coach for Fortune 500 companies. I have managed numerous product development efforts varying in size and intensity […]

My name is Michele Muse, and I have been involved in product leadership, primarily in technology industries, for about 15 years.  Presently, I work with Agile development teams, and I previously worked as a principal consultant and Agile coach for Fortune 500 companies.

I have managed numerous product development efforts varying in size and intensity for a broad range of organization structures, including Fortune 500 companies, a technology start-up and a self-owned business.  Some of the efforts that I have led have included software application development, network product infrastructure deployments, business plan development, product development and rollouts, development of market and research reports, response to complex RFPs, and operational reporting system development.

I always have enjoyed academic study and expanding my knowledge in applied fields.  I have earned PSM and PSPO credentials from Scrum.org, a CSM credential from the Scrum Alliance, a SAFe certification from Scaled Agile, ACP and PMP credentials from PMI, a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from George Washington and a Master of Arts in International Business from Stephen F. Austin.  In graduate school, I served as a teaching assistant and as the managing editor of an academic journal.

During my career, I have participated in technical training to increase my ability to “speak the technical language” of the members of my teams.  Training has included topics, such as, Telecommunications Fundamentals, LAN/WAN Protocols, Internetworking with TCP/IP, and Routing.  On all of my teams, I have served as a “communication bridge” between business objectives and technical objectives, between strategic goals and tactical goals.

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