AgileByExample 2020

Joe Justice

Joe Justice 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. He 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.

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.

Keynote— Agile Manufacturing

The speed of New Product Development and New Product Introduction is related to the agile management of the enterprise and the agility of the manufacturing processes. The CEO’s of Volkswagen, Bosch, Toyota, and Tesla all agree that speed of change is top priority.

Joe Justice, inventor of eXtreme Manufacturing and employee of Tesla company will show exactly how agile manufacturing is conducted. Joe will discuss the benefits and hurdles to hardware agile. Joe will display the steps to implement from executive, management, design, engineering, test, factory floor, and more.