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Agile Transformation Di, 09.07.2019 Forum 2
Zeitraum
15:15 - 16:00

As a leading provider of solutions and machines for additive manufacturing (3D Printing with laser sintering), Krailling based EOS GmbH is working with its clients to enable a more Agile approach to hardware development. At the same time, EOS is going through an Agile transformation itself, that started in Software development three years ago and is spreading across the organisation.

In this session we will share insights and experiences on Agile approaches in a mechanical engineering environment, both with our clients and within EOS. What worked? What didn't work? Which work hacks proved valuable? What are the limitations of Agile in mechanical engineering, and how are we going to deal with them?

(We aim for a co-presentation of an internal Agile Coach and a solution consultant working with clients of EOS, playing presentation Ping-Pong)

Michael Cramer
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Michael Cramer is an independent Facilitator, Trainer, Scrum Master and Coach based in Munich.
With great passion he helps teams and organizations to deliver more value, create transparency, improve collaboration and have more fun doing so.

Michael's dynamic keynotes, workshops and seminars are popular in both companies and universities, where he frequently teaches agile and intercultural project management, sharing experiences and best practices he gathered in more than 20 years in various industries such as software development, logistics, automotive, healthcare, entertainment or mechanical engineering.

Florain Lassan
EOS GmbH
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 Customer Project Manager

A fast innovating and iteration based technology also requires a different way of running projects. This challenge Florian is facing in working as a customer project manager in additive manufacturing. Supporting his customers in additive manufacturing part development and the ramping up of projects, he is using agile methods and design thinking to leverage the potential and flexibility of 3D Printing.