Although the Agile Manifesto was written to guide software development, product development teams can reap great benefits by applying the foundational aspects of Agile to hardware development.
Our Product developer’s guide to the story mapping galaxy will help you understand the importance of story mapping in product development. Story mapping is easy to learn, and it offers many advantages over a flat backlog.
The product development plan you’ve put together is tight and well-thought-out. As your people get to work, there aren’t any reasons to adjust it – or are there?
In the ideal product development project the client would provide a thorough and well-written set of requirements that can be unambiguously understood and implemented by the engineering team. Of course, this almost never happens in practice. Sometimes the requirements we’re given are so “soft” that they aren’t even really quantifiable. That kind of requirement can be extremely difficult to design to during a product development effort. So what can you do?
Syncroness, an engineering design firm based in Colorado, participated in this year’s International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Symposium in Edinburgh, Scotland from July 18 to 21, 2016. Syncroness was represented at INCOSE by three Systems Engineers who presented published…