Company: Zuhlke Engineering
Giovanni works as a Principal Consultant for Zuhlke Engineering in London. He has been helping software companies and teams become more successful for many years by providing consulting, training, and advice, as well as coding, to projects of all sizes. He is an expert in Agile development and a longstanding member of the London Extreme Tuesday Club. He is both a frequent conference speaker and organizer. He is a past Chair of the London XPDay and the ACCU conferences, the Industry & Practice co-chair for XP2016, and the Conference Chair for SPA since 2018. He is a member of the ACM and the IEEE Computer Society and contributed to the book 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know, published by O’Reilly.
Company: SmHarter Ltd
Luca Minudel is a Lean-Agile Coach & Trainer, Transformation lead, Author and speaker, with over 20 years of experience in professional software delivery and digital product development, most of them with Lean and Agile.
He is passionate about agility, lean, complexity science, and co-creation.
He contributed to the adoption of lean and agile practices by Ferrari’s F1 racing team. For ThoughtWorks, he delivered training, coaching, assessments, and organizational transformations in top-tier organizations in UK, Europe, and the United States. He worked as Head of Agility, Agile Transformation Lead, Lean/Agile Practice Lead, and as Lean/Agile Coach in companies such as HSBC, Lloyds, LexisNexis.
Luca is the founder and CEO at SmHarter.com, a company that helps organizations turn their way of working into their competitive advantage.
Agile at Scale Generative Principles, an Alternative to Scaled Frameworks
This session introduces a pluralistic approach to achieving Agility at scale, that is inspired by principles. It is informed by the theory and empirical evidence, and it escapes the 1-framework by-the-book prison. The approach presented avoids the shortcomings and the missteps we all well know of the recipes-based copy-paste approaches that are common nowadays. And it actually works.
<<As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods.>> ~ Harrington Emerson