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Yuval Yeret Yuval Yeret

Agile/Kanban senior consultant | Agilesparks

Herzelyia, ISRAEL

Agile/Kanban Consultant at AgileSparks

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Biography

Coach individuals and organization in their path to Agility and Engineering excellence, focusing on Scrum, Lean, and Agile Engineering practices.
Lead R&D organizations providing management and technology leadership.

Bring substantial Management and Leadership experience with focus on building new teams / groups and organizational optimization/changes.
Technology focus and experience in Networking, Operating System, Storage, Security in both programming and engineering aspects. Natural affinity to Linux and Open Source, backed up by comprehensive experience with Windows environments and other more exotic environments as well...

Industry Expertise (3)

Computer Software

IT Services/Consulting

Information Technology and Services

Areas of Expertise (4)

Kanban

Continuous Improvement

Agile

Scrum

Education (3)

Ha'Universita Ha'Petuha: B.Sc., Computer Sciences and Mathematics 2001

Mamram - IDF: Programmer 1994

Graduated top of the class

Galili: 1993

Affiliations (4)

  • Certified Scrum Practitioner
  • Accredited Kanban Trainer
  • Lean Kanban University
  • Limited WIP Society

Event Appearances (6)

Scaling Kanban

Lean Kanban Central Europe  Munich

2011-10-15

Scaling Kanban

Lean Kanban Benelux 2011  Antwerp

2011-10-03

Large Scale Kanban

GOTO Copenhagen  Copenhagen

2011-05-12

Testing Flow - Aspects of Kanban applied to the world of testing

Lean Software And Systems Conference 2011  Long Beach, CA

2011-05-03

Techniques and experiences for managing end to end Releases/Projects/Programs using Kanban and Flow

Agile Israel 2011  Tel Aviv

2011-04-10

Scaling Agility using Kanban @ Amdocs

Lean Software and Systems Conference 2010  Atlanta

2010-04-30

Sample Talks (1)

Avoiding Continuous Stagnation - What We Can Do to Make Continuous Improvement More Appealing to Management?

As Lean/Kanban practitioners we believe the only sustainable way to improve is via evolutionary emerging change. But if we the organization is not interested in pursuing it, we have a big problem. Through some challenging situations from real client work we will see a few patterns that fail and a few patterns that show more promise for energizing improvement. We will also look at improvement pace and how to apply kanban approaches to make the improvement more sustainable.

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*Will consider certain engagements for no fee