Moving your organization towards site reliability engineering (SRE) may seem like a difficult task, if…
Often we hear about the rising cost of fixing software bugs. In the world of hardware, however, the cost is exponentially higher and can frequently be a matter of life or death.
Given this enormous responsibility and burden of quality, hardware companies dealing with such high risks are seeking alternative, lean processes that focus on baking-in quality and control in every step.
How can this be achieved? Join Scott Barnes, Agile Hardware Delivery Director, and Chad Moore, Senior Agile Transformation Coach as we explore how:
- The “push to get things done” can often have a negative impact and create risk
- Lean-Agile values provides a means to mitigate risk (such as decentralized decision making)
- Optimizing for flow has a better long lasting impact on quality and time to market
- Hardware and Agility go hand in hand, especially when agility embraces System Engineering
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