Do you want to learn how to manage real business cases? How to effectively monitor the progress of multiple objectives? How to manage 'never ending stories'? How to favour the growth of your digital and physical products? When it makes sense to hire and when it doesn't? How to make sure teams are really working cross-functionally? How to understand if your product is growing in a physiological way?
Business management in our times requires special skills. We need to learn how to apply evolutionary and adaptive processes and techniques. These concepts and principles are not intuitive and are often misinterpreted. Frequently, management finds itself making decisions contrary to these principles: making decisions that make growth incredibly difficult.
The Knowledge Exchange Workshop Series was created to share, understand and solve real business management challenges in the light of modern evolutionary and adaptive principles, practices and processes.
The result of these workshops is to develop a community of managers capable of managing their projects and the growth of their products in an evolutionary and adaptive way. Able to identify and solve issues related to the physiological growth of products, software systems, teams and organisations.
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Series of 3,5-hour workshops specialized in business, product and technical management.
Each Knowledge Exchange Workshop is focused on how to apply evolutionary and adaptive principles and processes in a particular management topic (i.e. Managing Software Development, Making decisions in uncertain environments, Organizing and monitoring the achievement of multiple goals in organizations with many teams).
Fundamental to these workshops is the sharing of real business issues and experiences by the participants.
The goal of these workshops is to develop a community of managers capable of effectively applying adaptive principles and processes.
Who is it for?
The Knowleghe Exchange Workshops are aimed at C-Level Management, Startup Founders, Product and Technical Managers, Leaders and Coaches.
Francesco Cirillo has worked at the forefront of the software industry for more than 30 years.
In a career spanning startups, corporations and freelance consulting, he has mentored thousands of professionals, developers, managers and software teams.
In the 1990s he worked as a Senior Consultant and Mentor for Sun Microsystem, expert in Software Architectures and Software Development Processes and Java and Object-Oriented Evangelist.
Francesco is one of the pioneers of Agile Methods. He started working on XP and TDD in 1999. He was chosen by Kent Beck to develop the XP community in Europe and as reviewer of the second edition of the book Extreme Programming Explained.
In 2000 ha created XPLabs, the first company in Europe to offer comprehensive services on XP: software development, training and consulting.
In 2007 he created the Anti-IF Campaign to raise awareness in the international community of software developers to apply good design principles to grow software in a sustainable way.
Since 2008 Francesco stopped actively working on Agile Methods and started to develop RRP, a new method of software development.
In 2013 he created Cirillo Consulting based in Berlin to offer professional training and consulting on productivity and software development.
Francesco invented the Pomodoro® Technique, a renowned time-management method used by millions of people all over the world, while being a university student looking for a way to get more done in less time.
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