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ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION BEHAVIOUR IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT

ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION BEHAVIOUR IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT

Year: 2016

Section: DESIGN ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT

Editor: Marjanovic Dorian, Storga Mario, Pavkovic Neven, Bojcetic Nenad, Skec Stanko

Author: Škec S., Štorga M., Antonić I.

Series: DESIGN

Section: DESIGN ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT

Pages: 1605-1614

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to explore different aspects of information-related activities in product development teams. To enable analysis of information behaviour at lower level of process granularity and to allow longer data collection with several participants, work sampling self-reporting approach was selected as an appropriate one for data collection. After analysis of processes in two case companies, results demonstrated diversity and frequency of information-related activities within different product development contexts, but also indicated differences in individual information behaviour.

Keywords: information behaviour, design activities, work sampling, information flow, teamwork

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