Read my article published on LinkedIn sharing some of my experiences on creating diverse and inclusive teams. I have had the pleasure of hiring, mentoring and leading distributed teams with members from 5 continents with different work styles, expanding their knowledge, challenging themselves, growing and building a better product for everyone.Read my article
Find about my Experience
Passionate and highly skilled professional currently living and working in London with a proven track record spanning 19+ years leading significant changes driving IT transformations in 8+ countries in Latin America, Europe and Africa.
Expertise in Software Development Process (ALM); Management of globally distributed teams, building and delivering cutting-edge technology solutions.
I've had the opportunity to combine hands-on software development and project management expertise developing skills on the latest technology such as Microservices, Serverless, Mobile, Blockchain and Cloud Solutions.
This is allowing me to pursue my passion to work with innovations and deliver this to the final client.
Workplace diversity is the understanding, acceptance, and value that is placed on the differences between coworkers. Inclusion is the environment that you create in order to collaborate, support, and respect these differences.
Solve Problems Faster
Diversity encourages the search for novel information and perspectives, leading to better decision making and problem solving.
Diversity builds better products
The more perspectives we can bring to the products we build, then the more valuable those products will be for more people.
The Right Solutions
People with different backgrounds bring unique information and experiences to tasks. Interacting with individuals who are different forces group members to prepare better, anticipate alternative viewpoints, and expect that reaching consensus will take effort.
Connect With Customers
The audience for our software is widely diverse, so why wouldn’t we want our team to reflect that level of diversity as well? Teams that are too homogeneous have a challenge in tapping into empathy for customers and being able to reach a wider market.