Agile for Hardware 

4-Part Online Learning Series

If you're looking to reduce product development cycle times while creating more successful products, this live instructor, on-line program provides the full suite of skills you need to go “Agile”. The program includes four parts that you can take separately as a complete program or select the part most critical to your situation. Each part in the series includes step-by-step lessons and tools to implement Agile for Hardware in your company.  

Program Includes

  • 16 hours of live instruction - Interactive instruction with two professional instructors

  • Preparation exercises - We provide material before the program to get the most out of your live instruction 

  • Complete e-book - A full e-book with the instruction material, tools, templates and step-by-step guidance

  • Post program follow up - Access directly to the instructors as implementation questions arise

  • Money-back Guarantee - Not satisfied? No questions asked refund within 30 days of taking the program

  • Access to the Agile for Hardware Community - Share tips, articles and get questions answered

Product and Industry Focus

There are many agile for software programs. This focuses on the challenge of hardware development and cross-discipline teams who develop products such as: 

  • Electronic components

  • Industrial equipment

  • Appliances

  • Parts and components

  • Consumer products

  • Medical devices

  • Computers and devices

  • Complex systems

Program Audience

  • Design leads

  • Group managers

  • Scrum managers

  • Appliances

  • Product Owners

  • Product Managers

  • Development leads

  • Engineering leads 

There are many agile for software programs. This focuses on the challenge of hardware development and cross-discipline teams who develop products such as: 

  • Electronic components

  • Personal electronics

  • Industrial equipment

  • Appliances

Part 1:

Foundations of

Agile for Hardware

Agile Development for Hardware and Cross-discipline Teams
  • Roles

  • Key elements

  • Project kickoff

  • Iteration planning

  • Team success

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Part 2:

Tactics of Agile for Hardware

  • Critical threads

  • Modular architecture

  • Estimation techniques

  • Sprint planning

  • Acceptance criteria

Part 3:

Agile Customer Development

  • The right customers

  • Engaging w/customers

  • Insight techniques

  • Feedback integration

  • Developing a system

Part 4:

The Agile Leader

  • The right mindset

  • Leading meetings

  • Peer leadership

  • "Good enough"

  • Tips for success

Learn More

 

To get more information:

  1. Download one of our free whitepapers below

  2. Sign up for one of our highly-rated Agile seminars

  3. Contact us to get a no-obligation overview of Agile for Hardware including case studies.

Five Challenges to

Agile Success

Agile for HW and Cross-discipline Teams

Charlotte, NC

Tel: 971-235-4905

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