Project Planning


What are dependencies?

Dependencies in product and service design refer to the relationships or interdependencies between various components, tasks, and activities involved in the design process. Dependencies may exist between different phases of the design process, between different team members or departments, or between the design process and external factors such as regulations or market trends.

Risk Assessment

What is Risk Assessment?

In product and service design, risk assessment is a systematic process of identifying and evaluating potential risks or hazards associated with the design, development, production, and use of a product or service. The goal of risk assessment is to identify potential problems and prevent them from occurring, reducing the risk of harm or injury to users, as well as potential liability for the company.


What are Resources?

Resources refer to the materials, tools, equipment, and personnel needed to accomplish a specific task or goal. In the context of product and service design.

Define OKRs

What are OKRs?

OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) is a goal-setting framework used by organisations to align their teams and individuals around specific, measurable, and time-bound objectives.

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