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Literature Review Assignment Student Name: _____Vishakha Wadnerkar_ GRAD 695 Project Management Research Topic: Use of Agile to improve new medical device product development. 1. Review the following guidance for Literature Reviews and complete the information below using the template provided. Texas A&M Writing Center Video 1: Get Lit: The Literature Review (45 Min) Texas A&M Writing Center Video 2: The Literature Review (46 Min) UNC Writing Center: Literature Reviews 2. Using your proposed project management topic as refined in your Topic Refinement Assignment and a scholarly research tool, i.e., Google Scholar, HU Library locate four literature reviews for your proposed GRAD695 topic. Literature Reviews usually contain the terms “Literature Review” in the title. If you have limited success, try to modify the keywords that you are using for the search or contact the library for assistance. 3. Provide the name of the literature review and hyperlink to the literature below. If using the HU Library, look for the “Permalink” icon to provide the permanent URL address. 4. Read all four literature reviews and, for each, provide a 1 paragraph discussion (250 words) on the specific research problem the researcher(s) have addressed. In addition, identify and discuss the approach to the research (for example, surveys, case studies, interviews, etc.) Often this information is contained in the Abstract Section. 5. List any gaps in the literature and/or future opportunities in research for a specific field discussed in the literature review. What suggestions did each set of researchers make for future research in this topic/field? This information is often found in the Conclusion Section. 6. Discuss how you plan to incorporate this research into your 695 research paper and address any of these identified gaps. GRAD 695 LITERATURE REVIEW ASSIGNMENT APRIL 2018 1
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Name of Literature Review 1: An Agile V-Model for Medical Device Software Development to Overcome the Challenges with Plan Driven Software Development Lifecycles. Link to Literature Review 1: %20for%20Medical%20Device%20Software%20Development%20to%20overcome %20the%20challenges%20with%20a%20Plan-Driven%20Software%20Development %20Lifecycle.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y Summary of Literature Review 1 (250 words): This systemic literature review article aims to apply lessons learned from non-regulated industry to a regulated environment when it comes to the difficulties experienced by regulated industries while following plan driven Software Development Life Cycles (SDLC). Agile is widely adopted in non-regulated industries but medical device industry is comparatively still unfamiliar with the role of the requirements engineering practices in agile methods This literature review tries to answer the research questions below: Can agile practices be used to develop medical device software?
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