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Joe Justice

Scrum, Inc

A consultant at Scrum, Inc., and inventor of the eXtreme Manufacturing project management method, Joe Justice is the founder of Team WIKISPEED, an all Scrum volunteer-based, “green” automotive prototyping company. Joe is a principal thought leader in Scrum, a TEDx speaker, and coach for agile hardware and manufacturing teams worldwide. He consults and coaches teams on implementing Scrum at all organizational levels, both in software and physical manufacturing. Featured in Forbes, CNN Money, and on the Discovery Channel, Joe has been widely recognized for his work in reducing time to value in organizations globally and within Team WIKISPEED.

Speaker Presentations
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 10:15am
For Maximum Awesome

An agile hardware and engineering company of 500 collaborators in twenty countries, Team WIKISPEED uses test-first development practices, is run by Scrum teams, and produces road legal cars, micro-houses, and social-good projects. Joe Justice shares how their 100-MPG road car was created in just three months through object-oriented design, iterative development, and agile project management. Joe describes how agile software techniques are applied to physical engineering and manufacturing, and how cross-functional team members can eliminate the constraints we imagine around traditional manufacturing. He shares the example of the design and development of their ultra-efficient, modular cars, and their client’s projects in satellites, laboratory equipment, missile systems, radio systems, medical devices, software projects, service deliveries, marketing, finance, HR, and others. Hear examples of exactly how to launch or relaunch your projects and organization with Joe’s methods. Get inspired to change your world for the better.