Matteo is a system thinker, with +15 years of experience in agile and lean development processes applied to digital products.
He supports teams, managers, and executives in dissolving the boundaries between ideating, planning, and delivering software, driving the innovation across the research, design, and development spectrum. As a consultant, he led the adoption of agile values and principles in several design-driven organisations, ranging from global enterprises to ambitious startups.
He’s a specialist in creating outcome-based strategies and designing lightweight governance models, enabling team autonomy and collaborative decision making.
When working on a system redesign or leading efforts to create a new platform, we may come to a point where we have to make some tough decisions.
After our initial domain exploration, a set of opportunities and starting points will naturally emerge. However, we can't pursue all these options at once, considering our limitations in terms of time and resources. We must figure out which course of action is most advantageous, given that we can't tackle them all simultaneously.
In this hands-on session, we'll dig into the principles and techniques of economic prioritization applied to the system modernization and (re)design context. In these scenarios, multiple paths often present both advantages and disadvantages, and there's a considerable level of uncertainty involved. By employing a framework based on the principles and practices of product management, we will learn how to weigh and assess these opportunities and decide on the most suitable path to start with.
Attitude to work in (small) groups