are happy to let your competitors deliver faster by adopting Agile and Scrum
do no need to adapt to changing market conditions
do not need to be innovative
do not need to stay competitive
Do come to WINNISPEED June 10-11 if you:
want to supercharge innovation in your organization
are ready to experience Extreme Manufacturing, Lean, Agile, and Scrum first hand
want a low-cost, high-value Agile and Scrum learning opportunity
are a technical professional, team leader, manager, executive, or organizational change leader
are an Agile practitioner at any level of experience, including exploring Agile for the first time
would like to meet and work with Joe Justice of Team WIKISPEED
would love to learn by building a 100 mpg car in a single day
like the idea of rapidly solving problems for social good
Joe Justice, founder of WIKISPEED, delivers ultra-efficient automobiles and social good projects and 60 times the rate of traditional businesses. Joe will be in Winnipeg for two days only. This is the first ever build of a Team WIKISPEED car in Canada.
June 10 and 11 will be hands-on Extreme Manufacturing, Lean, Agile, and Scrum. Joe Justice will demonstrate these agile methodologies by leading two separate groups through the building of a 100 mpg Team WIKISPEED car. This is the first ever Team WIKISPEED build in Canada! Do not miss being one of the few able to participate.
It’s both. TheAwsomeness Factorof Agile/Scrum is only part of the WINNISPEED attraction. Because the car we are building with Joe is completely modular, MEVA is intrigued at the prospect of swapping the gas engine module for an electric one. How agile is that?.
“At Protegra, we believe in creativity and innovation, and involving great people using agile and lean practices to solve tough problems. Protegra fully supports this WINNISPEED event as a great opportunity to get our next generation of innovators and creators – RRC students – involved in bring Winnipeg closer to a broader mission of rapidly solving problems for social good.”
We are very excited to welcome Protegra as a Supporting Sponsor of WINNISPEED.
We are delighted to welcome CIC as a Friend of WINNISPEED. The Composites Innovation Centre is a not-for-profit Manitoba corporation that is jointly sponsored by private industry and government. Its mandate is to support and stimulate economic growth through innovative research, development and application of composite materials and technologies for manufacturing industries.
“CIC is excited to be part of WINNISPEED’s broader mission related to solving problems for social good. If composites can assist with that in terms of being ‘greener’ or leaving less carbon footprint in terms of manufacturing processes than that’s what we are all about.”
Here’s your chance. WINNIspeed is WIKIspeed, the Winnipeg agile event of 2013. Build a car with Joe Justice of Team WIKISPEED June 10-11. And in the process, learn how agile can transform your organization to reach that 10,000%.
Joe Justice of Team WIKISPEED can help you get there in Manitoba’s agile event of the year, WINNISPEED, coming to a college near you (Red River, actually) in June.
0 to awesome in 25,200 seconds
In just 7 hours (25,200 seconds) you will build a 100 mpg car from scratch, and in the process experience how Joe and Team WIKISPEED leveraged agile methodologies borrowed from IT to transform the manufacturing process.
Come learn how agile can transform your organization in 25,200 seconds (or less).
Following raves in Barcelona and Paris, you can be one of the few organizations to join Joe Justice in the first Team WIKISPEED workshops in Canada. In each of two “WINNISPEED” workshops June 10th and 11th, Joe will guide participants through the building of a car from scratch to demonstrate how Agile techniques can transform your organization.
After that, you can apply the same concepts and methodologies to your own context (corporate innovation, small hardware/design start-up, service based startup, NGO, education, etc…) and begin to change the world.
The event will be professionally video taped for later release.
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