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Presto-Bingo, You’re Agile!

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Presto-Bingo, You’re Agile!

Agile for Hardware Discussion Panel Recap On Tuesday July 28th, we hosted and participated in a virtual executive discussion panel on the topic of the cost of a defect in hardware. The focus of the...

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Achieving Business Agility in Systems Engineering (Part 2): The “New” Dual Vee

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Achieving Business Agility in Systems Engineering (Part 2): The “New” Dual Vee

Achieving Business Agility Welcome to the second article in a series of posts about how the key concepts of Agile can be leveraged in a Systems Engineering environment to help businesses on their agility journey....

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Achieving Business Agility in Systems Engineering (Part 1)

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Achieving Business Agility in Systems Engineering (Part 1)

Achieving Business Agility Today\'s businesses have multiple competing forces to contend with. There are changes in market dynamics, changes in workforce competition and competitor landscape, not to mention global influences. More companies than ever before...

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Cprime’s Certified Agile Hardware Practitioner Class

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Cprime’s Certified Agile Hardware Practitioner Class

Kevin Thompson, Ph.D., CSP, PMI-ACP   As part of our effort to bring the benefits of Agile techniques to the world of hardware-product development, Cprime is offering a new Certified Agile Hardware Practitioner class. We’ve...

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The Four Fundamentals of Solution Innovation

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The Four Fundamentals of Solution Innovation

By: Dr.Scott S. Elliot, TechZecs, LLC. Many people talk about product innovation, but few develop a full understanding of what innovation really means or what it takes to build an innovation culture and new solution...

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Introduction to Agile Hardware Development

Agile Hardware

Introduction to Agile Hardware Development

First thing\'s first, let\'s talk about Hardware vs. Software Development Software Development: Teams develop a software product for use by customers. Hardware Development: Teams develop the design for a product, to be used in manufacturing...

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Hardware vs. Software Development: Similarities and Differences

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Hardware vs. Software Development: Similarities and Differences

We all know what Agile is and what software development means, so let’s start by defining what we mean by hardware and hardware development. “Hardware” refers specifically to electrical or electro-mechanical devices, which often contain...

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Agile Hardware Development

Agile Hardware

Agile Hardware Development

Can an Agile process be used for hardware development? Would it bring to hardware development the same benefits it does to software development? Suspecting that the answers to both questions were “Yes,” but unsure of...

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