The Professional Side
Dynamic strategic consultant and a change agent, I bring people and teams to excellence. With over 15 years of experience implementing organizational changes in the information technology (IT) sector and in implementing highly efficient software development teams.
Since 2008, I coach organizations and their leaders in their team and organizational transformation, including transitions towards agile approaches.
Throughout my various engagements, I was involved in various contexts such as:
- Organizational transformation for the adoption of new practices in project management (Agile / Scrum);
- Coaching of managers and professionals in the development of change management, relational and communications skills;
- Project leadership and change management.
Before becoming self-employed, I successfully managed the operations of business units in the sector of application development and consulting services. I am recognized for excellent interpersonal relations, for my abilities to successfully navigate relational, personal and political issues and for the on-going professional development of my team members.
Education and Training
I hold a Masters degree Management Information Systems and a Bachelor degree in Accounting from HEC. I’m also a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and a supporter of the Agile Alliance.
The Personal Side
On the personal front, I am happily married to Ida and father of twins – Giordano and Alessia.
I truly enjoy travelling the world with my family discovering various cultures and beautiful countries. I enjoy friendly poker games with my friends and reading books to feed my brain new ideas and concepts.
Why this Blog?
Throughout my professional career and in my personal life, I question popular beliefs, common wisdom and wonder about the status quo – hence I have an analytical mind. With a pragmatic perspective, I look for ways to improve the world around me.
The average worker spends more than 35% of its waking hours working. While most organizations rely on the same management approach, processes, and tools that have been used for decades (centuries?), I believe there are better ways of doing things.
Originally called Human Development “Candid observations on collaboration and intelligence in a business context“, I later changed the perspective to Analytical-Mind “Offering new paradigms to improve performance and quality of life at work” to present opportunities to change the status quo in order to improve people’s life at the office while increasing performance.