Richard Kasperowski - Profile
Richard Kasperowski’s expertise is on high-performance teams. Richard is a keynote speaker and the author of The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness. He leads clients in building great teams that get great results using the Core Protocols, Agile, and Open Space Technology. Richard teaches the class Agile Software Development at Harvard University.
"I've been Agile-ing since the book XP Explained came out. I started as a 12-year-old with a home computer, writing code for fun. I became a developer, team lead, architect, manager, ... When my colleagues-friends and I used the XP ideas, we wrote our best code ever. I added on Scrum as I became interested in awesome teams, not just awesome individual tech skills. And that led to my interest in emotional intelligence and other factors for high-performance teams in general." -- Richard commenting on his Agile and technical background
"A solid introduction to building great teams for great results by introducing intentional culture design and practical methods for doing so. - Oluf Nissen, Scrum Master and Agile Coach The class was informative. It is a great way to form a relationship with the team and focus on how to make things happen." - Maniel Shah, Software Engineer
"A wonderful session promoting positive change and healthy communication. I enjoyed the challenge to investigate without including personal bias." - Stephanie Dukes
"Richard made me conscious of a new possibility of how to engage teams to be awesome." - Robert Franklin
"Wonderful session, very informative, practical and tangible, with lots of takeaways. Richard knows his stuff!" - Raghu Challapilla, Agile Coach
"Great info--engaging presenter. Can't wait to try these principles with my team and read more about Core Protocols." - Joan Burg, Scrum Master