Mr. Rathod currently works with various corporate and government clients. He leads a team of seasoned product management mentors at Northrop Grumman as a Senior Consultant. At the Social Security Administration, he is advising the CIO’s Office, Executive Management, Office of Enterprise Architecture and the office of the Chief Business Officer on scaling Product Management to the enterprise level. He works on defining and aligning Business Architecture, Value Stream Mapping, Product Portfolio Management, Strategy Execution Framework using OKRs & KPIs and alignment of funding models with value driven prioritization. In other assignments, he has been involved with rolling out Cloud Architecture, Infrastructure Automation, Tooling & Security across AWS & Azure.
A passion for academics led him to teach Project Management at Towson University (400-series undergraduate level) from 2011 to 2016. He continues to teach the PMP Prep Course at Towson University’s Center for Professional Studies. Mr. Rathod also teaches Agile Project Management & PMP Prep at UMBC Training Centers. In the past, he has taught at Baltimore County Community College, Howard Community College and University of Maryland Global Campus. Mr. Rathod is currently teaching a flipped classroom style full-stack Product Management Certification course at The Product School in Silicon Valley, California.
He evaluates start-ups for investor groups such as USM Maryland Momentum Fund, provides organizational transformation consulting to non-profits such as The American Chemical Society in Washington D.C. He conducts corporate trainings in Product Management, Agility, Change Management, etc. for private organizations such as T. Rowe Price & Northrop Grumman, mentors Executive Leadership, and advises large businesses on rolling out and scaling Product Management practices in alignment with their Project Delivery and Operations frameworks to maximize value creation.