If you’re serious about truly improving the performance in your workplace, find out why…
Big organizations as well as some of the fastest-growing technology startups in the world rely on my services.
Many software organizations are stuck into firefighting and command & control. Others simply don’t perform to their full potential.
How about yours?
While every situation is somewhat different, there is no need to reinvent the wheel. There is a big chance that a lot of the challenges you face right now are similar to situations my clients and I addressed already.
Today, you can leverage this hard-won experience and dramatically raise your chances of success.
Four reasons why you should call me now…
Can you do it on your own?
Most likely. But it takes knowledge, experience, time and strength to steer an organization. Lean & Agile software development requires new project management practices, new requirements management, new ways of getting customers involved in development and new ways for teams to work. It can be so overwhelming that many organizations struggle. Practices get poorly implemented, understood, watered down and applied out of context.
Why Agile Sensei?
While the value of certifications is constantly challenged by the Agile community, the need for an experienced and pragmatic consultant versed in practical, field-tested Lean & Agile practices that can be incorporated within the context of your specific organization is greater than ever. I’m well known for my worldwide experience and focus on transformational leadership, software architecture, structured problem solving and Lean-Agile software development practices such as Scrum, XP, Kanban, etc.
My passion is to develop the critical thinking skills of people and help them bring the best of their work to the world.
I’m a proud fellow of the Lean Systems Society and some of the Lean thinking tools I developed are currently used by hundreds of companies worldwide, including Toyota, Spotify, Honeywell, Carl Zeiss Microscopes, Nissan North America, McKinsey, Skype, BearingPoint, J.P. Morgan, and many others.