Software is the DNA of modern society. However, most organizations don’t seem to care about the people who are fundamentally responsible for implementing their digital vision: software developers. Yiannis Kanellopoulos explores several deficiencies SIG found in its current approach to making developers excel and realizing prophesied potential:
So how can you help? One word: empowerment.
This keynote is sponsored by SIG.
Yiannis Kanellopoulos is the practice leader for Greece at the Software Improvement Group (SIG), where he specializes in helping international organizations manage risks and costs related to the procurement, development, and maintenance of their software systems. Yiannis is also a founding member of Orange Grove Patras, a business incubator sponsored by the Dutch Embassy in Greece to promote entrepreneurship and counter youth unemployment. He holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Manchester.
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