Daryl Kulak is a speaker, author and consultant with Pillar Technology in Columbus, Ohio. Daryl has worked with clients throughout the USA and Canada. He uses Agile, Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints, Peter Scholtes’s work on leadership, Deming’s body of work, and systems thinking to help his clients move to new levels of productivity in creating business value.
Daryl’s first book was "Use Cases: Requirements in Context" (Addison Wesley, 2003) which sold 30,000 copies and was translated into two languages. Daryl's involvement in Agile dates back to the late 1990s, when he began experimenting with iterative/incremental processes in the software lifecycle. His upcoming book "Agile in the Bloodstream" explores the complexities of scaling and sustaining Agile in the enterprise, using the power of systems thinking.
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