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Global Scrum Gathering San Diego 2017: The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Agile.

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Global Scrum Gathering San Diego 2017: The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Agile.

  1. 1. The 4th Industrial Revolution and Agile Paolo Sammicheli paolo@sammiche.li @xdatap1 Introducing Industrial Agility
  2. 2. FESTO Founded 1925 18.700 employees 250 subsidiaries 61 countries Turnover € 2,64 Billion
  3. 3. Level 4 Learning Factory Level 2 Machining department with electroplating Gate 2 Gate 1 Canteen Car park 220m² Learning Factory covering 22m building height 20%electricity from own power generation 66,000m²floor space 4levels 1,200employees Facts and figures Festo AG & Co. KG6 Level 4 Hotbeds for ideas Level 3 Assembly with VUVG lines Level 3 Atrium Level 3 Electronics production Technical centre Level 4 Customer solutions Scharnhausen Technology Plant: Facts and figures 7 Scharnhausen Technology Plant https://www.festo.com/group/en/cms/10967.htm
  4. 4. In the new world, it is not the big fish which eats the small fish, it's the fast fish which eats the slow fish. Klaus Schwab Founder and Executive Chairman World Economic Forum
  5. 5. What does this mean for the Industry?
  6. 6. Time to market Credits: https://www.flickr.com/photos/numb3r/
  7. 7. User Experience
  8. 8. Innovation
  9. 9. Demand Variability
  10. 10. “The Winner takes it all”
  11. 11. The 4th Industrial Revolution will be the Revolution of the Complexity
  12. 12. CYNEFIN A DECISION-MAKING FRAMEWORK BY DAVE SNOWDEN Photo Credts: http://all-that-is-interesting.com/starling-murmuration
  13. 13. The Cynefin Framework by Dave Snowden. Obvious Complicated Sense-Categorise-Respond Sense-Analyse-Respond Act-Sense-Respond Best Practice Good Practice Novel Practice Known knowns Known unknowns Unknowable unknowns Complex Chao;c Probe-Sense-Respond Emergent Practice Unknown unknowns
  14. 14. © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  15. 15. PRACTICES METODOLOGIES PRINCIPLES VALUES © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  16. 16. PRACTICES Lift Off eXtreme Manufacturing Object Oriented Design Continuous Integration Design Pattern User Story Pair Programming Mob Programming Continuous Delivery Management 3.0 Empathy Mapping Personas Product Canvas Cross Functional Feature Team User Story Mapping Retrospectives Impact Mapping Hardware Compiler HiTech Anticipation INDUSTRY4.0 © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 Test Drive Development INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  17. 17. METODOLOGIES KanbanScrum Lean Startup Design Thinking Lean Change © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 Popcorn Flow INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  18. 18. PRINCIPLES Complexity Thinking AGILELEAN eXtreme Manufacturing Agile Management © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  19. 19. VALUES AGILELEAN SCRUM AGILE PRODUCT CHARTER © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  20. 20. PRACTICES METODOLOGIES PRINCIPLES VALUES © Paolo Sammicheli 2017 INDUSTRIAL AGILITY
  21. 21. The Charter for Agile Product Development https://agileproductcharter.org
  22. 22. Cross functional team collaboration over specialization, process and tools Modularity over tightly-coupled solutions Continuous customer collaboration over inflexible contracts Useful continuous delivery over a single comprehensive delivery Extending development through manufacturing over fixing problems in the field Useful continuous documentation over comprehensive documentation We embrace agile methods as the engine driving innovative solutions and collaboration to amplify economic, ecologic and social benefits across our planet. Through this work we have come to value: That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
  23. 23. «The fascination for Industrie 4.0 is twofold. First, for the first time an industrial revolution is predicted a-priori, not observed ex-post. This provides various opportunities for companies and research institutes to actively shape the future. Second, the economic impact of this industrial revolution is supposed to be huge.» (Hermann, Pentek, Otto, 2015, p.2 Design Principles for Industrie 4.0 Scenarios: A Literature Review)
  24. 24. THANKS www.industrial-agility.com Paolo Sammicheli paolo@sammiche.li @xdatap1

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