We would like to Welcome Sune Engsig as our esteemed Panel Member for DevOps++ Global Summit 2020 #doppa2020
Sune Engsig is Senior Evangelist at LEAPWORK, a world leading provider of no-code automation for enterprises. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, he support our clients with the overall agenda of automation. He also contribute to their user communities, which they are actively working on to make truly global, as they see knowledge and solution sharing as a key driver for the automation agenda. In his keynotes, he promote this agenda extensively as the LEAPWORK user is a non-technical subject matter expert on the business side. He’ve been working with delivering IT-based business process support, for more than 20 years. Before joining LEAPWORK as member of the start-up team, he served as Enterprise Architect in Telenor, the world’s 7th largest telco. Here, he was responsible for enterprise level business coverage and support across the stack.
We had posted some questions to Sune as a part of his #ATAMyStory
1. Do you think that organizations and individuals should promote virtual learnings special in the current situation?
Absolutely, and anytime! Even before Corona-Covid-19 it was apparent that the side-effect of our globalized world – our incessant travelling – is not sustainable. Not just in terms of climate, but also in terms of the time we spend in transit. When we are on the other side of this terrible pandemic, remote and virtual will be equal to physical.
2. While practice makes all of us perfect, share an everyday practice that has made things better for you at work?
Using my calendar as an ally – and not someone else’s shortcut to my time. Simply by blocking the time I need for some of those tasks, that will allow me to go home from work without 100’s of to-dos.
3. Anything else you want to share
I am passionate about people – and the way we collaborate on business – whether this business may be. Business processes is about removing obstacles and impediments that prevents people from collaborating. It’s a never ending story – but that’s ok, because it never stops being interesting and challenging.