post-title Agile business transformation: what it takes to succeed | Joe Justice | TEDxSeattleSalon

Agile business transformation: what it takes to succeed | Joe Justice | TEDxSeattleSalon

Agile business transformation: what it takes to succeed | Joe Justice | TEDxSeattleSalon
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Agile business transformation: what it takes to succeed | Joe Justice | TEDxSeattleSalon

Learn how many of the most successful companies are implementing an agile mindset and framework and achieving excellent results. For companies that are exploring agile, beginning their transformation, and for those that are agile native, see how this approach can outperform other management and employee engagement strategies. How is it that this method includes more employee engagement and play while delivering significantly higher productivity? Through several examples, see and consider how people and management are embracing, resisting, and implementing the culture side of change towards agile. This video interview was hosted by Phil Klein and held on August 12, 2020. Joe Justice works globally with agile organizations, bringing multinational companies twice the work in half the time. His teams have held 4 world records. He works with Tesla, autonomous and smart road technologies, ultra-lightweight structures, guest lectured at UC Berkeley, MIT, on behalf of Carnegie Melon, CU Denver, The University of Washington, spoken at Google, Microsoft, and others. Joe’s work has been featured in Forbes, Harvard Business Review, CNN Money, the Discovery Channel, and others has been a guest lecturer at MIT and Oxford University. Joe tests management strategies, autonomous technologies, and production techniques in his own hobby company first. He serves as CEO of the prototyping and automotive manufacturing company, WIKISPEED Inc., with activities in 23 countries. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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