Agile Method Development: A Live-Lab Case Study on Product Properties for Process Planning

Albers, A.; Bursac, N.; Eckert, C. M.; Walter, B.; Wilmson, M. and Heimicke, J. (2018). Agile Method Development: A Live-Lab Case Study on Product Properties for Process Planning. In: DS92: Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference (Marjanović, D; Štorga, M.; Škec, S.; Bojčetić, N. and Pavković, N. eds.), pp. 713–724.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21278/idc.2018.0341

Abstract

Developing design methods can be described as a process similar to product development processes.Following agile approaches is worthwhile in order to identify relevant requirements of potential users at early stages of method's maturity. Live-Labs, as a controllable research environment located between laboratory and field studies, provide an environment whose results are neither too specific nor too generic. In this paper, an agile development of a method for process planning depending on product attributes is presented. The research took place in a Live-Lab with industrial participation.

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