First embraced by software developers, Agile concepts, practices, and frameworks have proven to deliver broad benefits. So why should Agile be limited to the software organization? It shouldn’t!
In this hour-long webinar, Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Hubert Smits and Peter Borsella introduce the Industrial Agile Framework — a framework for applying Agile to physical product delivery (e.g., cash registers, integrated circuits, cars).
The Industrial Agile Framework 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 won’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.
Spend an hour with Smits and Borsella and learn how the core Industrial Agile Framework concepts — (1) cross-functional team collaboration over specialization, process, and tools; (2) extending development through manufacturing over fixing problems in the field; and (3) useful continuous delivery over a single comprehensive delivery — enable continuous adaption throughout the value chain. Discover why companies that are adopting the Industrial Agile framework are moving from “concept to cash” more efficiently and effectively than ever before.
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