LEAN for Software Seminar 1 - Wednesday 6th March

Venue:
Beacon Court Hotel, Sandyford, Dublin 18
 
Date:
06/03/2019
 
Time:
9:00am - 10:30am
 
Category:
Seminar
 

Learn how LEAN principles are applied to software development/ IT. Signpost your way out of terminology and into genuine business process transformation.

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LEAN for Software - Session 1 (09:00am - 10.30am)

Learn how the LEAN principles are applied in the world of software development and IT. Signpost your way out of terminology and into genuine business process transformation. Gain real insight into how these principles can increase competitiveness, reduce waste and accelerate delivery. Your business can't afford to miss this.Leonardo Bittencourt

Presented by Leonardo Bittencourt, Principal Consultant at Ammeon Solutions in Dublin, Ireland.

Leonardo is passionate about Software Development where he has been working over the past 15 years. His focus is on building high performance teams through Agile and/or Lean adoption, he is enthusiastic about Lean and Agile mindset in the Software Development industry as the transformation agent to create products that matter.

Leonardo has been sharing his learning and experiences speaking at conferences around Europe. He is also translating the book "Scrum - A Pocket Guide" to Portuguese.

He has a Bsc. in Computer Science and Diplomas in Project and Product Management. He is CSM (Certified Scrum Master), PMI-ACP (PMI – Agile Certified Practitioner), PSM I and PSM II (Professional Scrum Master I and II), PSPO I (Professional Scrum Product Owner I), PSD I (Professional Scrum Developer I), SAFe 4.0 Product Manager/Product Owner and SAFe Advanced Scrum Master as well as SPS (Scale Professional Scrum).

We are running two separate sessions, each will last 90 minutes and will take place in the Beacon Court Hotel, Sandyford on Wednesday 6th March.

Attendance is free but advanced booking is necessary.

Please note: this booking page for 'LEAN for Software' is for 09:00am - 10:30am

 

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