Handling the Diversity of an Emerging Technology. Best Practices for Cooperative Development
Ortloff, D., Schmidt, T., Hahn, K., Bieniek, T., Janczyk, G., Brück, R.
2014, XXVI, 195 p. 63 illus. in color.
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Provides methodological recipes for directing cooperative product engineering projects in a micro and nano technology setting
Bridges the gap between theoretical methodology and practical use in MEMS product engineering
Provides various examples from practice
This book provides the methodological background to directing cooperative product engineering projects in a micro and nanotechnology setting. The methodology is based on well-established methods like PRINCE2 and StageGate, which are supplemented by best practices that can be individually tailored to the actual nature and size of the project at hand. This book is intended for everyone who takes an active role in either practical product engineering or in teaching it. This includes project and product management staff and program management offices in companies working on innovation projects, those active in innovation, as well as professors and students in engineering and management.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »MEMS - cooperative networked production - micro/nano design and fabrication - product engineering