Agile development has become a well-known and effective software development methodology. But can you take Agile, and apply it to other areas of your business, for example to hardware development?
To explore this, once again Belatrix is delighted to welcome Agile expert, Hubert Smits, to share his expertise and insights. In this upcoming webinar we will explore:
- Introduction to the aspects of Scrum for hardware — Scrum, XP, Lean, Objects
- Real-life examples of solutions to common problems — suppliers, tooling, review
- Case study — results of Scrumming product development at John Deere
- Implementation advice — first steps on the way to Scrum for hardware
Whether you are a CTO, Scrum Master, or other technology professional, this webinar will provide you with crucial information in your journey to expanding and using Scrum for hardware development.
You can follow the buildup and the live webinar on Twitter with the hashtag #AgileBSF
We look forward to seeing you there!
Hubert Smits – Certified Scrum Trainer, Author & Agile Coach
Noted Agile expert, author, and thought leader, Hubert Smits has been one of the pioneers of Agile. Hubert worked closely with Ken Schwaber and Mike Cohn who founded The Agile Alliance in 2002. He has contributed to countless articles on the methodology and even co-authored the Agile Roadmap Program. Hubert became a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) in 2005. Since then, he has trained thousands of CSMs throughout the world. Currently based in Denver, Colorado, Hubert has his own independent consulting practice where he coaches executives and developers on how to master Agile. Working extensively with companies throughout North America, South America, UK and Europe, he has mentored countless development teams during their planning sessions and retrospectives. Hubert lectures regularly at various Agile conferences. His publications include whitepapers on implementing Scrum enterprise-wide (“The CIO Playbook” – with Ken Schwaber) and planning for multi-team projects in an Agile environment (“Five Levels of Planning in Agile Projects”).