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eduScrum Global Summit 2015 - Joe Justice welcome video - YouTube

eduScrum Global Summit 2015 - Joe Justice welcome video: http://t.co/ni6G5w5jdC via @YouTube
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WIKISPEED enters Local Motors ARPA-E LITECAR Challenge - Wikispeed

WIKISPEED enters Local Motors ARPA-E LITECAR Challenge - Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
This challenge, with $60,000 in prize money for first place and $150,000 over all, has just been announced and closes March 5th.
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Tabby and Wikispeed: open-source cars

Tabby and Wikispeed: open-source cars | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Small businesses are counting on Open Source in order to speed up change in the slow and massive automotive industrial sector. Sharing...for greater innovation!
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For Maximum Awesome Joe Justice Keynote Cesars Palace Las Vegas 2014 July 20th - YouTube

Joe Justice shows us agile, lean, and scrum being used in government, manufacturing, R&D, biotech, pharma, banking, and more, For Maximum Awesome.
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Scrum is the dominant creator of new money according to the NYSE - Wikispeed

Scrum is the dominant creator of new money according to the NYSE - Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
According to Forbes list of the top US IPO’s of all time (all in the last 25 years), we have a list of the top creators of new wealth on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
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WikiSpeed, Manufacturing in the Age of Open Collaboration

WikiSpeed, Manufacturing in the Age of Open Collaboration | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
WikiSpeed is a social enterprise applying cutting-edge collaboration techniques from the open-source software world, to solve problems for social good. (The road to the #circular economy?
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Joe Justice - For Maximum Awesome - YouTube

Thanks to Joe Justice @Wikispeed for helping WA state gov on our Lean journey! http://t.co/LEQ2DbB7nr
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How Scrum Will Save the World with Joe Justice

How Scrum Will Save the World with Joe Justice | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Scrum and agile have not better advocate than Joe Justice.
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Wikispeed's modular cars - YouTube

Joe Justice, team lead for Team Wikispeed talks about electric modular cars. The team also competed in Progessive Automotive X Prize last year.

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Wikispeed: How A 100 mpg Car Was Developed In 3 Months

Wikispeed: How A 100 mpg Car Was Developed In 3 Months | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

What if the car you drove to work every day got 100 mpg? Joe Justice and his Wikispeed team have developed a functional prototype. Using Agile radical management methods, their prototype was developed in just three months, instead of the multi-year process that traditional manufacturing requires.

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OuiShare Talk - Joe Justice Team Wikispeed at FabLab Barcelona with subtitles | Amara

OuiShare Talk - Joe Justice Team Wikispeed at FabLab Barcelona with subtitles | Amara | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

OuiShare Talk where Joe Justice, team leader of Team Wikispeed (http://www.wikispeed.com/) explains how using Extreme Manufacturing methodology a team of 150+ volunteers around the world managed to build a car in 3 months.

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Help us develop the future of automotive transportation | Wikispeed

Help us develop the future of automotive transportation | Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Help us develop the future of automotive transportation: Bring home your own prototype to Beta Test with us! $25,000.00 USD.

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WIKISPEED - Designing the Vehicle of the Future

WIKISPEED is a United States registered automotive manufacturer and a Washington State, USA, non-profit company with R&D inputs from a global think-tank collaborating using Agile project management and open source licensing. Their modular light-weight vehicle tied for 10th place in the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize, outlasting more than 100 cars from companies and universities around the world. The open-source evolutions of this design are currently available for road legal sale.

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School Travel Plans - Tabby and Wikispeed: Open-source Cars - The Kilometric Bonus Bears Fruit

School Travel Plans - Tabby and Wikispeed: Open-source Cars -  The Kilometric Bonus Bears Fruit | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
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The WIKISPEED process - Wikispeed

The WIKISPEED process - Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Team WIKISPEED uses methods developed by the fastest-moving software companies.  In fact, in many ways we have more in common with Google or Twitter than with GM or Toyota.  Manufacturing and old-thought software teams gather requirements, design the solution, build the solution, test the solution, then deliver the solution.  In existing automotive companies, the design portion of that process alone takes three to twelve years, and then the vehicle design is built for five to fourteen years.  This means it is possible to buy a brand new car from a dealer and that car represents the engineering team’s understanding of what the customer might have wanted twenty-four years ago!  Team WIKISPEED follows the model of Agile software teams, compressing the entire development cycle into one-week “sprints.”  We iterate the entire car every seven days, meaning that every seven days we reevaluate each part of the car and reinvent the highest-priority aspects, instead of waiting ten to twenty-four years to upgrade.  This process enables a completely different pace of development.  Our process:

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Donate - Wikispeed

Donate - Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
What we need We need you to buy from our Store, here. We need you to donate $10 a month to us through the PayPal subscribe button. Support Team WIKISPEED monthly!
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MicroHouse - Wikispeed

MicroHouse - Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

We are making a bit of a difference on strategic social good initiatives every week.  And now, with a goal towards helping to end involuntary homelessness, we have a prototype micro-house to provide a clean bedroom, clean bathroom, and lockable front door for under $100 USD.

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WikiSpeed, Manufacturing in the Age of Open Collaboration

WikiSpeed, Manufacturing in the Age of Open Collaboration | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
WikiSpeed is a social enterprise applying cutting-edge collaboration techniques from the open-source software world, to solve problems for social good.
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Wikispeed

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I was recently asked via email for a collection of links and books for Agile Hardware development. I've posted my reply to the blog, in case that is useful to otherfolks, as a snapshot in time of what is available.
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For Maximum Awesome - Team Wikispead

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.

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eXtreme Manufacturing Car Build Party - Agile Testing Days 2014

eXtreme Manufacturing Car Build Party - Agile Testing Days 2014 | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Welcome to the Agile eXtreme Manufacturing Build Party! Use Scrum to build a car in 60-minute sprints. Guided by Joe Justice and other professional coaches, it’s an inspirational experience that leaves participants confident about conquering their work using Scrum. Because attendees apply the Scrum framework and eXtreme Manufacturing to solve complex problems, build parties are a terrific way to win buy-in about agile practices. The case study on WIKISPEED methodsis recommended as a useful pre-reading for the Build Party!

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Transformational Leadership In Agile Manufacturing: Wikispeed

Transformational Leadership In Agile Manufacturing: Wikispeed | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Real leadership is about transforming the system, not just succeeding within or despite the system. We know how to run organizations in ways that that lift up the human spirit, both for those doing the work and those for whom the work is done. In last week’s article I suggested that we get on with it.

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WikiSpeed, Manufacturing in the Age of Open Collaboration

WikiSpeed, Manufacturing in the Age of Open Collaboration | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
WikiSpeed is a social enterprise applying cutting-edge collaboration techniques from the open-source software world, to solve problems for social good.
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