Confianza + participación + transparencia = refactorizando la empresa
Tipo: Relato de experiencia
Duración: 50 mins.
Cuando iniciamos la empresa compartíamos una visión sobre el tipo de organización que queríamos lograr desde el punto de vista humano y técnico. Queríamos romper con el paradigma tradicional y nos preguntábamos ¿se puede evitar el conflicto clásico entre managers y empleados? ¿se puede extender la dinámica de un equipo ágil a toda una empresa? Estamos lejos de tener respuestas categóricas; pero queremos compartir nuestra experiencia hasta el momento en los primeros 3 años de poner estas ideas en práctica.
Información acerca de los oradores:
Co-founder of 10Pines; a Latin American agile development & consultancy company based in Buenos Aires; Argentina. She has many years of experience in the IT industry; being specialized in software architecture for Java Enterprise applications and more recently in agile software development. She has been working with agile methods since 2002. She contributed to many development projects and coached teams from different companies to adopt agile principles and practices. She has experience in agile development for industries such as credit & financial services; publishing; telecommunications; and e-commerce. She was part in many agile projects involving countries such as Argentina; Mexico; US; UK; France; Romania and Bulgaria. She is actively involved in the Latin American agile community; and is part of the organizing team of Ágiles 20XX conference from its beginning in 2008.
Hernan Wilkinson: He graduated in Computer Sciences; from Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales in UBA. He has been teaching Object Oriented Programming and Advanced Design with Objects in the same University for more that ten years. He is also professor in the Software Engineer Master’s degree at the UCA. He has been working as a programmer; architect; technology and development manager in different companies such as IBM; Banco Galicia and Mercap SRL. He has been speaker in different international congresses such as OOPSLA (Object Oriented Programming; Systems; Languages and Applications); ESUG (European Smalltalk User Group) and Smalltalks 2008. He is part of the organization committee of the Smalltalk Argentinian Congress and he has participated in several open-source projects.