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A SCRUM AGILE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK

  • H. Thiele (a1), S. Weber (a2), J. Reichwein (a3), J. A. Bartolo (a4), Y. Tchana (a5), L. Jimenez (a6) and J. C. Borg (a4)...

Abstract

With design methodologies, as Integrated Product Development, industry is continuously looking to improve their product development processes. Staying ahead concurrence forces them to deliver new and more complex products in shorter time. When it comes to fast delivery and requirement changes, product development can be inspired by agile methods. Although the application is difficult, the idea to implement these methods for development of products other than software comes out. To ease its implementation, this paper proposes to use IPD as a framework for agile product development.

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A SCRUM AGILE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK

  • H. Thiele (a1), S. Weber (a2), J. Reichwein (a3), J. A. Bartolo (a4), Y. Tchana (a5), L. Jimenez (a6) and J. C. Borg (a4)...

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