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  • To this. So how did a guy in a garage with only pocket change worth of funding design a car that Is aesthetically appealingFun to driveand gets 100 miles per gallon.
  • To this. So how did a guy in a garage with only pocket change worth of funding design a car that Is aesthetically appealingFun to driveand gets 100 miles per gallon.
  • Because of the car’s modular construction, a rolling chassis was able to be built backstage in 3 hours by volunteers who had never seen the car before, with no training.
  • It is important that these sessions are high energy and optimistic! Morale is a multiplier for velocity! A company, just like a person, has to feel good about itself in order to confidently attempt change.
  • We set up a Scrum room and co-located the hardware engineers and their equipment with the embedded software teams and marketing SME’s.
  • We saw stand-ups for line manufacturing, and they are excited now to apply retrospectives and the Scrum Master role as a servant leader for the team.
  • They showed us light-weight solutions they were already using, like rapid prototyping of production test fixtures.
  • Success at Wikispeed isn’t an anomaly.
  • Revisit plans and assumptions regularlyOptimize the processWe break orgs in to teams, work in to increments and time in to sprints. We also break problems down in to one top improvement.

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  • 1. 2 DE (est) #Agile #Scrum
  • 2. #Agile #Scrum @WIKISPE ED WE USE: With Scrum teams and RadicalXM. AGILE, LEAN, KANBAN, XP, AND Management.
  • 3. WE BUILD ULTRACURRENT EFFICIENT, MODULAR CARS. EFFICIENCY TESTED BEST: 69.01 MPGWE CAN HIT AND WE THINK HIGHWAY109MPG EPA #Agile #Scrum
  • 4. WE BUILD ULTRACURRENT EFFICIENT, MODULAR CARS. EFFICIENCY TESTED BEST: 69.01 MPGWE CAN HIT AND WE THINK HIGHWAY109MPG EPA (Really we do all types of social good projects, but the ultra-efficient modular car is our best known) #Agile #Scrum
  • 5. www.Kerika.com/WIKISPE
  • 6. August 2013 Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, China, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Irelan d, Italy, New Zealand, Philippines, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam.
  • 7. #Agile #Scrum
  • 8. 2010
  • 9. 2011
  • 10. #Agile @WIKISP
  • 11. #Agile #Scrum
  • 12. #Agile #Scrum
  • 13. 2012
  • 14. 2012 #Agile #Scrum
  • 15. #Agile #Scrum
  • 16. SHARING WHAT WE ARE LEARNING = MARKETING #Agile @WIKISP
  • 17. #Agile #Scrum
  • 18. #Agile #Scrum
  • 19. #Agile #Scrum
  • 20. #Agile #Scrum
  • 21. #Agile #Scrum
  • 22. #Agile #Scrum
  • 23. #Agile #Scrum
  • 24. #Agile #Scrum
  • 25. #Agile #Scrum
  • 26. #Agile #Scrum
  • 27. AGILE, LEAN, KANB AN, SCRUM, XP, XM AND RADICAL MANAGEMENT
  • 28. TECAN: MÄNNEDORF, SWITZERLAN D ROYAL BANK OF CANADA: TORONTO, CAN ADA
  • 29. #Agile #Scrum
  • 30. #Agile #Scrum
  • 31. #Agile #Scrum
  • 32. #Agile #Scrum
  • 33. #Agile #Scrum
  • 34. #Agile #Scrum
  • 35. #Agile #Scrum
  • 36. @ScrumI nc
  • 37. How WIKISPEED Did It I. Scrum Organization a. Roles and Responsibilities b. Sprints/Iterative Design c. Make Work Visible d. Measure Velocity e. Continuous f. Improvement (LEAN) II. XP Engineering Principles a. User Stories b. Pairing and Swarming c. Test Driven Development “XM” III. Object-Oriented Architecture a. Modular Components b. Contract-First Design c. Design Patterns d. Re-use and Inheritance
  • 38. Inspect and Adapt Mindset
  • 39. Steps to Sustaining Continuous Improvement A Scientific Approach: • • • • Agree on one top change Make it measurable Evaluate results Repeat! Sound familiar? Think “kaizen” and “Toyota Production System” That was one tough Retrospective!
  • 40. Object Oriented Architecture: MODULARITY #Agile #Scrum @WIKISPE ED
  • 41. Modularity Design Patterns #Agile re-use and inheritance #Scrum
  • 42. #Agile #Scrum
  • 43. 1) 2) 3) 4) Clean Bedroom Clean Bathroom Lockable Front Door <$100 USD #Agile #Scrum
  • 44. KEEP UP THE AWESOME!! #Agile RUN YOUR COMPANY THIS WAY: #Scrum www.ScrumInc.com
  • 45. SUPPORTER Let’s do awesome together www.WIKISPEED.com • • • • Scrum Design Teams Scrum Manufacturing Teams Object Oriented Architecture #Agile From idea to customer < #Scrum 7days.