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Scrum in Military Aviation

Building a Jet Fighter Faster, Cheaper, Better with Scrum
Advanced military systems are some of the most expensive and complex research, design, and manufacturing challenges in the world! The question is: "How do you control the costs while still delivering the highest quality?"

Saab Aeronautics has scaled Scrum to build and produce the new multi-role strike fighter, the JAS 39E Saab Gripen. Saab is able to deliver a new iteration of the jet every three weeks by using the Scrum framework to organize thousands of engineers into hundreds of teams.

Estimated time for this course: 80 minutes
Audience: Intermediate
Upon completion you will:

  • Learn how Saab has scaled Scrum across hundreds of teams and multiple disciplines
  • Understand how Scrum enables Saab leaders to surface and address impediments daily
  • Learn how Saab has scaled the retrospective to drive continous improvement of the organization
  • Qualify  for Scrum Alliance SEUs and PMI PDUs. See FAQ for detail
 

 

 
 

 

 
Scrum in Military Aviation

Advanced military systems are some of the most expensive and complex research, design, and manufacturing challenges in the world! The question is: "How do you control the costs while still delivering the highest quality?"

Saab Defense has adopted an Agile process in both hardware and software teams to answer this question and produce the new multi-role strike fighter, the JAS 39E Saab Gripen.

Scrum Inc.'s Joe Justice, and Saab’s Jorgen Furuhjelm explain how SAAB is using Scrum and Agile to deliver high quality products at drastically lower cost in the most complex of domains.

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