This practical, information-packed seminar summarizes practices, organizational design ideas, and experiences related to applying agile and lean principles and practices in hardware or hardware and embedded software development, including related FPGAs. It primarily draws on experience from PCB development done with elements of Scrum, agile principlies practices, Kanban method, and lean principles and practices.
Discussion, presentation, Q&A, memory recall exercises
Managers and hands-on engineers in the development of hardware (PCBs, ...), FPGAs, board-level software, and drivers.
Introductory: This course introduces concepts and techniques that the attendee will not apply during the session.
course Agile, Lean, and Iterative Development: Management Overview or equivalent
Participants must read (available online), before the course:
And these chapters, available in paper print or online at Safari. These following chapters are from Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Thinking and Organizational Tools for Scrum (Larman & Vodde).
NOTE! Your company may have an online Safari account that you can use to read the book chapters online free. Please ask your colleagues if you have a Safari account.
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