Living Agility

„One thing makes the difference“: this statement describes very well the agile transformation processes. Agile@scale frameworks and agile team management methods are the basis for an agile transformation. Driving agility is different. Culture makes this difference.

Therefore the 5th Agile Automotive Conference will provide you with practical insights how to drive your agile transformation efforts sustainable across your entire corporation. Beginners and advanced will get first-hand insights from decision makers and practitioners and learn from their real-life experiences both from OEM and Tier X suppliers.

Focus topics

  • Agile culture – Building an organizational culture that enables agility
  • Business Agility versus Team Agility
  • Agile collaboration – Practices and workflows in teams and cross-company collaborations
  • Agile@scale – Agility at team and organization level (scaling and transformation)
  • Agile beyond software – e.g., hardware, mechanical engineering, services, purchasing, Human Resources, DevOps
A must for anyone using, or planning to use, Agile processes.
Good opportunity to connect with the agile community in automotive.
You’ll get some insights in the state of the art @ Agile, find a lot of interesting contacts and get some new thoughts for the topic.

State of Practice Survey – Agile in Automotive

Kugler Maag would need 15 minutes of your time to help them measuring the current state of deployment of agile methods and practices within the automotive industry.

Please follow the button below to access the survey. They are looking forward for your inputs.

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