One of the most critical aspects of enterprise agility is alignment. If an organization is…
Hardware and software development are quite different, in terms of the concrete developmental activities. Thus it might seem that Scrum, the Agile process often used for software development, would not be appropriate for hardware development. However, most of the obvious differences between hardware and software development have to do with the nature and sequencing of deliverables, rather than unique attributes of the work that constrain the process.
The research conducted for this paper indicates that a Scrum process is quite appropriate for hardware development. Thus this paper describes a practical Agile process for Agile hardware development, which is almost identical to the Scrum process as it is commonly used for developing software.
This alignment and approach is critical for many of our larger customers who have to manage both Hardware and Software development in an Agile environment.
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