|N R Malotaux - Consultancy
|Zum Anspel 5
Sometimes staying in Japan
|Delft University of Technology: Ir (MSc) electronics
|Tom Gilb: Inspections, Requirements, Evo
|Private, one person, unsubsidized faculty for optimizing the
results of development projects:
What behavior prevents people to achieve the right results at the right time, and how can we do something about it.
|Philips, Eindhoven: I started at Philips the same month their first microprocessor arrived.
Application support for microcomputer chips. Design of, and presenting the 4-day course on microcomputer hardware design.
|Malotaux - Electronic Systems Design: Engineering company for developing electronic products for in the products of clients: managing and implementing product-range architecture, product development, electronics, firmware, software
|Project Coach: optimizing development management and teams based
on a very pragmatic approach. Taught and coached, since 2001, well
over 400 projects/teams in 40+ organizations in the Netherlands, Belgium,
China, Germany, Ireland, India, Israel, Japan, Poland, Romania, Serbia, South Africa,
the UK and the US, which led to a wealth of experience in which approaches
work better and which work less well in practice. Within a few
weeks, projects coached start delivering better results in some 30% less
time by focusing on business results and optimizing teamwork. That's only the beginning.
Optimizing QA activities. Coaching management. Helping people with
how to better do reviews and how to better design reliable electronics, firmware and software.
But the coaching is not limited to electronic products and software development. Customers
have been in the fields of software, space, rail, automotive, building automation, parking systems,
highway signalling, and some other I'm not allowed to mention.
Working all over the world.
Sometimes I've been asked, and still like to do actual electronic product development (hardware and firmware).
|Full CV: on request
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|Specific knowledge and focus areas
|Typical coaching conditions
|Presentations and tutorials at conferences