Implementing Industrial Agile in Your Organization

Posted June 25, 2020 | Leadership |
Implementing Industrial Agile in Your Organization
The Industrial Agile Framework is a framework for applying Agile to physical product delivery. It pulls together everything that’s needed to design and mass produce a product, beginning with an idea and including design, components, supplier considerations, manufacturing, and everything in between. With Industrial Agile, you can change directions while working on product development and you don’t have to go back to square one. And, as with Agile for software, inspecting early and often means finding and fixing errors before they become excessively costly. At the end of their recent webinar on the Industrial Agile Framework, Cutter Consortium Senior Consultants Hubert Smits and Peter Borsella responded to some questions that you may be wondering about as well.
About The Author
Peter Borsella
Peter Borsella is a Cutter Expert and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. After many years of practical experience successfully delivering projects and creating effective teams, Peter became one of the earlier pioneers of agility, initiating groundbreaking practices that have become normal in the Agile world, such as scaling multiple teams, Agile contracts, distributed teams, and short iterations of delivery. He has… Read More
Hubert Smits
Hubert Smits is a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is an innovative, assertive, and goal-oriented Agile consultant, coach, and trainer with a track record of successfully spearheading enterprise-level Agile and Lean enablement efforts. Mr. Smit's work is based on 15 years' experience in the Agile domain, complemented by 20 years in project management, working with dozens of corporations, training and coaching… Read More
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