#048 - RERUN - How to think like Elon Musk - scrum for hardware, with Joe Justice of WIKISPEED and Scrum Inc, USA
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One of the reasons, as mentioned, has to do with slowing down at the beginning of the year. Another reason is that this episode was in the top 5 most downloaded episodes in 2017. It had a major impact on me as well since after my conversation with Joe I embraced agile to the fullest: I use it both in my professional and personal life. This re-release emphasizes the importance of this topic. Execution is extremely important for startups and agile is one of the best or the best method I know for project management, and for hardware its application is spreading faster and faster.
As for Joe he is the President of Scrum @ Hardware at Scrum Inc, the company which is led by the initiator of scum, Jeff Sutherland.
Enjoy this very inspiring, information-dense episode.
In this episode we elaborate on the topic of scrum. Raw transcript is available at: https://www.thehardwareentrepreneur.com and show highlights can be seen below:
- Why I think this episode is important so it has to be re-released - [0:34]
- Nokia’s story coming to an end - [3:23]
- Can you describe the Scrum method? - [4:36]
- What the New Zealand All Blacks #1 rugby team has to do with Scrum - [7:09]
- Some companies that use Scrum, especially in the hardware field - [9:17]
- Situation with Scrum for startups in the hardware field, and small or medium sized enterprises? - [13:11]
- Examples where Scrum has been scaled up, specifically for hardware - [16:12]
- Tesla and their job postings; WIKISPEED competing against Tesla - [17:59]
- How to think like Elon Musk? - [19:37]
- The connection between Kanban, Lean Startup, Lean Canvas and Scrum - [19:50]
- Two major obstacles for implementing Scrum framеwork, especially in the hardware field? - [24:10]
- Countries approving Scrum - [29:17]
- “the last of the old will still be the first of the new” - [30:16]
- How the leader, the Scrum master or the product owner, can motivate the team? - [31:43]
- If you could go back in time, when you were younger, what notes what would you take back to that time to keep it to yourself? [37:43]
- Books which had the biggest impact on his career - [39:44]
- Joe’s incredible routines to be super-efficient, super-energetic - [43:12]
- Memorable cultural differences he has encountered - [46:00]
- How to reach him - [48:47]