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Martin L. Harbolt

Martin L. Harbolt

Martin L. Harbolt, PMP, CSM, CSP, ITIL
President, AFCEA Fort Knox Gold Vault Chapter
Software Delivery Manager, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services, LLC.
Vice President, Kentucky Bowhunters Association

Martin currently serves as President for AFCEA Fort Knox Gold Vault Chapter (Volunteer Position). Martin brings extensive experience leveraging his knowledge and expertise in both Information Services and Project Management and is committed to personal involvement in exceeded each member's expereince. Martin holds certifications from the Project Management Institute (Project Management Professional) and the Scrum Alliance (Certified Scrum Master and Certified Scrum Professional).

Along with AFCEA, Martin served as Software Delivery Manager for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Serves and previous served as Vice President of Education and Training, Information Services Manager, Program Manager and Project Manager. His career responsibilities include the strategic management of Policies, Standards, Procedures, Vendor Relations and Systems Development. He has also consulted major corporations with CMMI implementation and maintenance. Currently leveraging his knowledge and expertise in both Information Services and Project Management.

Martin is a veteran of the United States Navy and holds a degree in Advanced Electronics.

Website URL: http://askthescrummaster.blogspot.com/

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As a Scrum Master we have all seen how teams can get cold and lose their rhythm. Information Radiators can help heat up your team. This session will focus on methods of providing data to your team to help them remain focused and maintain the rhythm necessary for success. We will discuss KanBan boards, burn down charts and other radiators as well as provide live examples of how to implement these radiators and train your team to use them. This i an interactive session where attendees are rewarded for their participation and all attendees will receive their own radiator with tips and tricks for successfully implementing information radiators.