What if you would use #agile 2.0  to build a car and create one in iterations?

23 people, who never build a car, have put a working car together in 2.5 hours. They did not get instruction how to build it, they did get test explanations…

  • OO in manufacturing …
  • publishing code of the car on github and ask developersin the world to make a change…
  • they reduced documentation by pairing
  • they film every demo
  • every thursday, the team gets to play with the cars…
  • automated crash tests
  • 100 dollar houses with a door, a shower etc…
  • When you buy a wikispeed car, you can be the ProductOwner of your car and change the priorities…
  • The future of car manifacturing: R&D will be part of the line
  • Our computer tests are so similar to actual tests, we don’t have to do fysical tests anymore
  • we practise radical trust: our shop is always open.
  • extreme finance: We try to have enough money in the bank for the next week …

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Ask me again if agile can be used outside software…

I guess wikispeed is one of these companies I want to visit as part of my RemoteCoaching tour

Hé ALE people: what if building a wikispeed car at #ale14 would be the kids program?

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