Meet The Team
Alexis Monville is a member of the Engineering Leadership Team at Enterprise Open Source Software company Red Hat. He brings more than 20 years of operations and management experience from diverse sectors such as the automotive industry, a dotcom startup, IT consulting, public sector, software development, and his own management and organization consulting and coaching firm.
From 2011 until Red Hat acquired eNovance in 2014, Alexis nurtured and grew the eNovance agile organization from a few individuals to more than a hundred people. During this time he maintained the team’s focus on delivering private cloud services with OpenStack while building an open and people-centric culture.
Alexis regularly speaks about management and agile transformation, and participates at industry events such as the Open Infrastructure Summit, Open World Forum, and Agile Lean Europe.
Alexis Monville builds high impact sustainable organizations.
Alexis is the author of Changing Your Team From The Inside, a book published in 2018, and I am a Software Engineer and I am in Charge. published in 2020.
Taking matters into my own hands: How an engineer increased her impact and satisfaction at work
At the end of the talk, you will know the one thing you have to act on when you are back in your organization to increase your impact and satisfaction.
Pranay struggles with her coder job. Everything seems always to fall apart and ends up in tiring and stressful firefighting sessions.
Pranay tried different solutions, and nothing is really working until that one thing she discovered. A not so subtle change in the way she looks at the world will bring her ways to increase her impact and satisfaction at work.
The talk is a real-world practical one that helps you increase your impact and satisfaction at work no matter who you work with.
In the talk, we will follow Pranay, a fictional character who struggles in her current team. The people around her are clueless. Along the way, Pranay learns something from the people she interacts with that gets her thinking in a new way enabling her to take a different course of action.