Product Development - a Life Cycle Approach

10 credits

In general, all product development is complex. We therefore need a methodology that in a systematically way decompose complexity into smaller and more handy parts. During the development phase the initial problems are defined and methods how to solve them are established. When this is finalised, the detail design can start.

This methodology also introduces some robustness against changes in stakeholder requirements and also against other unpredictable disturbances that might occur during the project execution.

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