Date: 24 July, 2013
Location: Online, MA, United States of America
Regular Price: 50
Scrum is used in all kinds of environments! One of the most exciting examples is Team WikiSpeed, which designed and built a 100 mile per gallon car in just three months. The team accomplished this amazing feat using "Extreme Manufacturing" — a set of practices that combine Scrum, XP, and modular design to deliver hyper-productivity in a manufacturing environment. This brings the Agile revolution full circle, where agile practices with roots in Toyota that formed the foundation of Scrum are transformed in the software world and injected back into auto manufacturing. Imagine a new car design process where every week the latest design can be driven off the lot!
In this hour long webinar, Jeff Sutherland and WikiSpeed founder Joe Justice will discuss how you can implement test-driven hardware development within Scrum. Get ahead of your competition and learn how WikiSpeed developed component architecture and produced hardware in one week sprints.
There will be time for Q&A and the webinar will be archived at scrumlab.scruminc.com for future reference.
This course will be held on July 24th at 11 a.m. Eastern Time (GMT -5) and will last about an hour.
Registrants will receive an email a week before the course with a personalized link to access the webinar. Following the course, you will have access to the slides and an archived version of the presentation.