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Program Manager at Nike. Lech is an experienced PM with Agile mindset. He has a solid technical experience in software engineering that he gained working at large software projects as a validation engineer, programmer, scrum master, delivery consultant and Program Manager.
Björn Jensen studied Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences of Hamburg, Germany and holds a degree in Computer Sciences. He started to work in the IT-Business as a Software Developer in 2000. He is founder and leader of the Java User Group Hamburg (JUGHH) and the Android User Group Hamburg. He is also a founding member of the JetBrains Academy of Development. Since his first contact with agile in practice (XP) in the year 2001 he dives deep into agile and introduces agile engineering practices and scrum successfully to several companies. Today he lives with his wife and his two kids in Hamburg and works as an agile coach and trainer worldwide.
I am a consultant at Code Sprinters, working in the IT industry for 20 years. During my career, I’ve worked as an actuarial developer, analyst, project manager, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Agile Coach and other, so I look at the organizations and teams from a broader perspective. I was one of the top managers in the Everest project at PZU, thanks to which I became recognizable expert in agile transformation and scaling in Poland.
Agile Consultant (currently more than 7 years in the IT alone) with a robust and diverse experience ranging from sales, through customer service, to QA and scrum masters. He gained experience in small software houses as well as in HR and banking corporations. Apart from his fascination with Agile methodologies and how they change our work and life, he is an avid board game geek.
Christoph Meier is a Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Scrum Master and Product Owner, Teacher, Player, Improviser and Training Designer. He likes to call himself an Agile Coach, as he uses more coaching than recipe approaches to challenge teams and individuals. Originally a biologist and musician he became a software developer and over the years stepped up into dealing with groups and humans rather than technology.
New York, USA
John is focused on helping organizations better understand how to measure success in terms of value and outcomes instead of output and progress. He is a technology and transformation executive with significant experience in data centers, solutions architecture, and continuous delivery. This includes mobile application development and product management in financial institutions. For the past 10 years, he has guided organizations in the adoption of Lean/Agile practices, and he has been integral in leading enterprise-wide transformations.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Postdoctoral in Administration with FEA/USP, PhD in the Administration with UNR and with a Masters Degree in Management Systems at UFF (Brazil). Also holds a Master Coach Certificate by the Behavioral Coaching Institute (BCI). Bachelor Degrees both in Psychology as well as on Information Technology. Worked as the Project Office Manager of Hewlett-Packard Consulting for the Latin America Region and before that worked for IBM as a Project and Services Manager. Adjunct Professor of the Management at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).Project Management and Information Technology MBA Coordinator for FGV (Brazil). PMP, ScrumMaster and SAFe Agilist Certified.
Danilo is a Scrum Master with 7+ years of experience in software development. He supported remote and co-located teams to be successful, including Agile implementations where "waterfall" was the only approach. Passionate about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, he holds an "AI Product Manager Nanodegree" as well as Scrum Master and Product Owner certifications.
Mike Konetzke studied Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt am Main, Germany and holds a degree in Computer Sciences. He started to work in the IT-Business as a Developer/ Project Manager in 2000. Since with his first contact with agile in practicing Extreme Programming (XP) in 2005 he transitioned more and more into the Scrum Master (2007), consultant (2012) and finally a trainer & coach role (2016). As of now, he successfully introduced agile development practices and Scrum in small/medium companies as well as departments and divisions in large corporations. Through this he gained industry experience in automotive, aviation, consulting, chip manufacturing, finance and transport & logistics.
Since 2005 David has been fascinated with agile practices when he first came into contact with Scrum and XP early in his career as a software engineer. For many years David has been helping organizations to achieve better results with agility. David loves to apply agile principles and patterns on all levels of organizations and to explore environments outside of IT with tailored or standard trainings and coachings and is a skilled facilitator.