Csaba Eisenbacher



Curriculum Vitae

Csaba Eisenbacher (born in 1983) studied computer science in Budapest and co-founded his first IT start-up 2003 where he took responsibility for customer acquisition and general project management. A few years later he joins Europe’s largest ICT outsourcing provider where he gained 15+ years of professional and leadership experience in enterprise cyber security management and large-scale IT solution delivery.
During his journey Csaba discovered the advantages of lean-agile thinking and started to model the mindset and implement practices in a mostly non-agile environment. After Csaba’s efforts were proven successful he was first supporting a lean-agile transformation of a smaller unit then he was selected as one of the founders of the Lean-Agile Centre of Excellence (LACE) of a global ICT company. 

Since December 2020 Csaba Eisenbacher is certified SAFe Practice Consultant. Since 2022 independent management consultant and co-founder/CEO of KEGON Hungary. He has a track record of 40+ Trainings with about 850 participants. In addition, he already actively supported about 15 ART launches as SPC, conducted several value stream analysis and ART readiness workshops and facilitated a few PI plannings.
Csaba is very active in local Hungarian agile communities and he is also voluntarily coaching newcomers to agile and small organisations in his spare time.

Knowledge and main topics

  • Speaker, energizer, leader
  • Community builder
  • Management training and coaching
  • Transformation booster
  • Value stream analysis workshops to lay the fundament of lean-agile transformations
  • C-level collaboration to safeguard transformations
  • Leading development teams

Project Experiences (Selection)

Scaled Agile transformation, introduction of Business Agility for a large ICT company

  • Value Stream Orientation
  • Forming of a LACE
  • Agile Trainer and Coach for senior management
  • Coaching of Scrum Master and Product Owners
  • Coaching of functions outside of IT: HR, Marketing

Transforming a business unit of a large IT provider

  • Agile Leader
  • Organizational development
  • Facilitation of rituals
  • Introduction of the Kanban system