Software teams have discovered Agile methods increase customer focus, accelerate development and enhance collaboration. But what about physical products? Can products that range from trash cans to complex medical devices benefit from Agile methods?
Yes. Agile methods provide big benefits over traditional PD processes, but they must be adapted to the needs of hardware development. The Modified Agile for Hardware Development (MAHD) Framework provides the benefits of Agile, but supports the needs of physical products.
Join us for a 60-minute live webinar to learn how agile can be applied to products involving electronic, mechanical and complex systems. Webinars are held by Auxilium the first Wed of each month at 1:00PM ET and include Q&A .Upcoming topics include:
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We know Agile is not right for every company. If you’d like a brief overview of the MAHD Framework with a case study on the benefits similar companies are getting with Agile methods, contact us to set up a video call to discuss your situation.
To help practitioners visualize the MAHD Framework in action, we have developed a series of nine articles to explain how agile methods and tools can be used for physical products. We hope you’ll join us on this journey as JavaBrew uses agile methods to develop an innovative new coffee maker. Join our MAHD Community to get immediate access to all nine steps and other tools.
The JavaBrew team used agile methods to develop and launch a new smart coffee maker. Was agile effective? Will the new product be successful?
Learn more about the MAHD Framework step-by-step with our 9-step guide to agile for hardware. Just join our MAHD Community and get immediate access to this guide and more.
This video provides a short overview of what makes MAHD different than typical agile for software. You’ll quickly learn about the key elements of the MAHD Framework and the benefits of agile methods over waterfall development.