Consulting, Instruction, Guidance

Rådgivning, Utbildning, Handledning

Beratung, Ausbildung, Anleitung

In brief:
Architecture, Agile modeling, Mass customization, Business models, Configuration Agility, UML, MDA, SysML, OOA, Use cases & requirements.

Milan Kratochvíl, MBA, certified UML2 professional/Advanced
- advisor, analyst, bussiness-to-IT bridgebuilder
- fluent in IT talk, corporate talk, and plain speak
- well-known consultant & instructor, writer & speaker
- in Kista Science City between Stockholm and Arlanda Airport
- on-line since 93, in IT since 1977
- taught, in addition to consulting, 350+ courses (public and in-house, on both sides of the Atlantic) in agile modeling, architecture, Product Line, and more
- former chair of 3 experience-sharing pools at the Swedish Computer Society in Stockholm (members of IFIP), in cooperation with the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) and author in in Frankfurt, InformatorBloggen, IDG Sweden's Magazines, DT 3.0, SvD/N, Dagens Industri (plus some in Boston/Needham, Oslo, Prague).

Lean/Agile and Architecture are by no means in contradiction. Their common denominators are flexibility and minimization of duplicate/unnecessary effort. The less architected and modular an approach, the more "promiseware" necessary - and the more effort spent clarifying what it's supposed to do; when Lean or Agile were misinterpreted as absence of architecture, they didn't deliver much drop in total lead time.

Architecture and knowledge sharing are cool (there's nothing hot about Ignorance Hiding).

My mail address is generated, as active content (upper right)

(...) "by far, the best course I've ever attended."
(from e8Johan's blog of 27 Sep. )

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