Evelyn van Kelle is a strategic software delivery consultant, with experience in coaching, advising and guiding organisations and teams in designing socio-technical systems. Her Master’s degree in social sciences brings new and valuable perspectives when it comes to optimizing both delivery- and team processes.
Being a firm believer of context shaping meaning, she is focused on understanding company- and team culture before anything else. Finding the actual problem to solve and adding business value are starting points in her work. Evelyn is convinced that we need a shared sense of reality including shared values, goals and language in order to perform best as a team. She is curious, driven and pragmatic. “Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection” describes her line of reasoning.
Besides her daily work, she has a predilection for books and linguistics, and highly appreciates good food.
Talks I've Given
How Cognitive Biases and Ranking Can Foster an Ineffective Architecture
Featuring Evelyn van Kelle and Kenny Baas-Schwegler
If we are not aware of them, cognitive biases and ranking can kill the insights, wisdom and benefits of collaborative modeling. In this we will interactively explore how we can improve our facilitation skills and focus on neuro-inclusiveness with Lewis Deep Democracy (LDD).architecture collaborative-design facilitation lewis-deep-democracy inclusivity ranking cognitive-bias