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11. Essential Tool Box

Authors : Christoph Fuchs, Franziska J. Golenhofen

Published in: Disruption und Innovation im Produktmanagement

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Zusammenfassung

Dieses Kapitel konzentriert sich auf wesentliche Werkzeuge, die sich in der Anforderungs-, Konzept- und Kostenphase der Produktentwicklung bewährt haben. Sie sind kurz, knackig und „how to“ formuliert, um eine einfache Anwendung in Projekten zu ermöglichen.

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Metadata
Title
Essential Tool Box
Authors
Christoph Fuchs
Franziska J. Golenhofen
Copyright Year
2024
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-25918-0_11

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