Creator of Extreme Contracts
In 2003 I spotted new agile ways to develop software and, as a young entrepreneur I gave them a try. I introduced agile in eBay Italia, Siemens and FAO but in 2011 I realized the problem often is in organisations’ governance and in the agreements we negotiate. This led me to become a member of the board of European Organisation Design Forum (EODF).
Usually I get hired by people who want to waste less time, money and enthusiasm. I help those people working together in better ways because that’s a big chunk of our lives.
I wrote a few books: “Pro PHP Refactoring”, a TDD chapter in “PHP Best Practices” and “Extreme Contracts” in 2017, on contracts and negotiation in knowledge work. I also contributed to a couple of books written by Jurgen Appelo.
I am among the founders of ALE Agile Lean Europe network, PHP User Group Roma and Arduino User Group Roma.
I’ve got a sailing license because of the sea, a glider pilot license because of the sky and I am an LSP facilitator certified by Lucio Margulis.
Extreme Contracts is a concept I created to redefine negotiation in any job happening in the turbulent and complex environment of knowledge work: designers, developers, architects, managers, photographers and everybody who is in charge of delivering projects with volatile requirements, uncertainty and tons of skills required.
Extreme Contracts book link on Amazon:
Negotiation and design of better contracts for software development and knowledge work Developers, UX designers, project managers – as long as visual designers, business analysts, engineers, copywriters and so forth – could base their agreements on a win-win strategy, but more often than not they end up tied in win-losedeals, by which either the customer […]