Some say that you must "seat" the piston rings. This is done by running the engine hard under load. This would involve wide open throtle. This needs to be done in the first 20 miles though so you have probably missed it. Not to mention, I would not do this unless you are very experienced, and never in first gear. A new 636 is a lot of bike. Wide open throtle on that thing is a bad idea unless you are very experienced, or know the bike very well.
With new engines today, there is not the same need to be easy on them for the first 1000 miles. Just be sure to vary your engine speed. That is very important.
Other than that, just ride the thing.