Press Packet

All members of the press, blogoshpere, and everyone else, have permission to publish and distribute the assets below, worldwide in print and via electronic media.

You can even put these assets on a T-shirt and sell it, and keep the profit, if you really want to. We’d request that you send a portion of the profit to us via Paypal, but that is just a request.

Print and Electronic – to include sublicensing, without charge, of publication or transcription in Braille, large-type editions, or recordings for the blind and other special editions for use by the physically handicapped by approved non-profit organisations.

This includes release and permission to use the material for the life of the work (i.e. there should be no time restrictions on the reuse of material, e.g. one-year license granted).

The following photos are posted under the Creative Commons license for public, press, and commercial use.









02 low-res from CTR Flickr

roadster three quarter


standup meeting in front of kanban board


Links to content hosted outside of, such as the links below may have rights reserved by their authors and publishers. You have WIKISPEED’s release to use that content, but likely need to obtain permission from the publishers and authors themselves, as well:





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Harvard Business Review:



National Radio, NZ:

Meedabyte (Italian):

Agile Welly:


Agile 2012:


Eldario (Spanish):

OuiShare (French):



The Agile Revolution:

Triple C:


Software Architecture Podcast:

The Guardian:

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:

About Joe Justice: Joe Justice is a consultant at Scrum Inc., a TEDx speaker, and coach for agile hardware and manufacturing teams around the world. He is the creator of the eXtreme Manufacturing method, and founder of Team WIKISPEED: an all Scrum volunteer based green automotive-prototyping company, with a goal to change the world for the better. Joe has been featured in Forbes, CNN Money, the Discovery Channel, and others. Joe consults and coaches teams and companies on implementing Scrum at all levels of their organization, in software and physical manufacturing.  Pictures and publications available at

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.