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Harvard Business Review: http://hbr.org/product/team-wikispeed-developing-hardware-the-software-way/an/ES1391-PDF-ENG
OuiShare (French): http://ouishare.net/2012/10/wikispeed-agile-manufacturing/
The Agile Revolution: http://www.theagilerevolution.com/episode-45-team-wikispeed
Software Architecture Podcast: http://www.architecturecast.net/2014/07/how-scrum-will-save-world-with-joe.html
Below is a partial list of events Team WIKISPEED members have been invited to present or conduct workshops:
Scrum Gathering London, Scrum Gathering Seattle, Scrum Gathering Barcelona, Agile2012, Scrum Agile Summit (Bangalore, India), Lean Agile Scrum Conference (Zurich), Software Development and Evolution Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), Agile Tour Vietnam, Agile Tour Shanghai, Yahoo (Bangalore), Google (Seattle), Microsoft (Redmond), ENSCI School of Industrial Design (Paris), University of Washington, University of California Berkeley, Denver University, Agile Welly (New Zealand), TEDx Rainier (Washington), Openly Disruptive (Saint Louis), NAIAS (Detroit), Agile Leadership Network (Houston), Agile Project Leadership Network (Seattle), Boeing (Mukilteo), local and national radio, OuiShare (Rome, Barcelona, Paris), Rotary (Washington), SolutionsIQ (Redmond), SASQAG, IEEE, SeaSpin, LeanCoffee (Seattle, Winnipeg), Agiel India 2013, John Deere Tech Connect, Wikimedia and IIMB Banguluru, UNESCO Headquarters, and others.
WIKISPEED and it’s eXtreme Manufacturing method are part of the curriculum at these and more educational institutions:
– KEDGE business school, Bordeaux
– ESCPEurope, Paris
– ESMT, Berlin
– McKinsey, Germany
– Babson College, Boston
– Macquaire University, Sydney
– Tshwane University of Technology’s Business School, South Africa
– Red River College, Winnipeg, Canada.
– Iron Range Engineering College, Minnesota, USA.
– Boston University, USA
– Saint Marys University, Canada
– Parsons The New School for Design, NYC, USA and Barcelona, Spain. Student XM project won the Design for Well Being Award 2014
Joe Justice, the team lead of Team WIKISPEED, is one of many team members often asked to present on Team WIKISPEED’s methods, such as eXtreme Manufacturing. His speaker’s bio is posted here for public reference:
“Joe Justice has designed and built 14 race and road-legal cars himself, some designed and built in as short as 27 minutes. He has also built some small houses, and some robots. His method of cross-training CAD, CAM, CFD, FEA, procurement, Machine Shop, Composites Shop, Test, and user testing has earned global recognition as the WIKISPEED method. His teams have held 4 world records. He is a TEDx speaker, guest lecturer at both MIT and Oxford University in England, featured in Forbes 5 times to date including as owner of a “Company to watch” by Forbes Billionaire Club, cited in more than 6 business paperbacks and hardcovers, the subject of a Discovery Channel mini-documentary for his work creating the disciplines Extreme Manufacturing, Scrum@Hardware, The Justice Method, and has worked directly for 6 years with the co-creator of Scrum, Dr. Jeff Sutherland. Joe earns his living by consulting globally as an interim executive for agile organizations, bringing multinational companies increased return on capital.
Joe has worked with all 3 of the largest military and defense contractors, autonomous and smart road technologies, ultra-lightweight structures, AI labs, guest lectured at UC Berkeley, MIT, on behalf of Carnegie Melon, CU Denver, The University of Washington, spoken at Google, Microsoft, Zynga, Lockheed Martin, HP Labs, The Royal Bank of Canada, Pictet bank, and others. Joe’s work has been featured in Forbes, Harvard Business Review, CNN Money, the Discovery Channel, and others. Pictures and publications available at www.WIKISPEED.org/Press“