Agile Hardware Development

13 - 14 December 2021 | Online

Trainer: Joe Justice
Location: Online
Language: English
Duration: 2 x 6 H [8:00-14:00]
Price till 13.11.2021: 1000 EUR + VAT
Price till 13.12.2021: 1100 EUR + VAT
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Agile Hardware Development training

The Agile approach is no longer a domain closely related to software production and is successfully used in hardware manufacturing. Learn how to apply Scrum, Lean, and eXtreme Manufacturing practices to hardware development in both the design and mass production process.

  • Training contains:

    • How to reduce business risks and increase flexibility
    • Which Agile engineering practices can be used in hardware development
    • How to reduce the cost of change in the design, testing and production processes
    • How to improve time to market for hardware products

The training is conducted by the founder of WikiSpeed - the first iteratively developed  car manufacturer. The course is based on examples from international companies in areas such as automotive, aviation, electronics, and material processing.

  • nvitation to Agile Hardware Development Training with Joe Justice
  • TEDx with Joe Justice

What you will learn:

  • Organization

    • what the structure and communication look like in an agile organization
    • what are the roles and responsibilities    
    • how to cooperate with suppliers and subcontractors
    • how to implement an iterative approach in production
  • Product

    • what kind of architecture supports the iterative approach
    • how to improve the process and collect feedback
    • how to plan and estimate work

The training is recommended for:

Training Scope

  • Case studies - examples from Tesla, 3M, Ferrari, Bosch, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Saab, WIKISPEED, their suppliers, and more.
  • Leadership - OKR’s, KPI’s, tips and guidelines from agile executives and chief agile officers who have worked in Google, Amazon, Microsoft, HP, Facebook, GE, and their supply chain.
  • Practices - backlog prioritization, contracts, supplier commitments and timelines, burn down charts, value estimation, effort estimation, production and test tooling selection, supply chain participation and management, and more.
  • Flow - how to increase return on capital in your hardware organization and control your supply chain.
Joe Justice - Agile Hardware Development Training

Agile Hardware Development Training Includes:

  • 12 hours of intensive training in the workshop form
  • 12 SEU points to the Scrum Alliance educational path
  • Eligibility to take to the Agile Hardware Professional test
  • Training diploma
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Joe Justice
Experienced trainer

Joe Justice

Joe is the founder of Wikispeed, the first company to fully iteratively develop a car. As an Agile Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer he supports international companies in changing their approach to hardware development. He has worked with the top military and defense contractors, ultra-lightweight structures, autonomous and smart road technologies. Joe is a creator of the Extreme Manufacturing and Scrum @ Hardware methods. Speaker at TEDx, he was a guest speaker at MIT, Oxford University, and international companies such as Google, Microsoft and HP Labs. Joe's work has been featured in Forbes, Harvard Business Review, CNN Money, the Discovery Channel, and others.

Participants opinions:

Joe's Extreme Manufacturing Workshop is a great experience - I've participated in this event and Joe is an energetic inspiring coach for Agile techniques.

Joe's passion, energy and expertise at teaching Scum prompted me to experiment with it on my team after the first time I met him almost 5 years ago.

I recommend Joe as a person to highly motivate, inspire, and lift your spirits. It was pure joy to meet Joe!

Greg Niemann, Lockheed Martin

Mike Tromans,Toyota USA

Paul J. Heidema, SparkActa Inc.

Training with the founder of Wikispeed and creator of eXtreme Manufacturing

Additional information, terms, and conditions

Group size:

8 to 28 people.


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