Essays about: "factors that hinder new product development"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 7 essays containing the words factors that hinder new product development.

  1. 1. Svenskodlade baljväxter : möjligheter & utmaningar för nya livsmedelsprodukter

    University essay from SLU/Department of Molecular Sciences

    Author : Heli Lindeberg-Lindvet; [2020]
    Keywords : svenskodlade baljväxter; näring i baljväxter; odling av baljväxter; baljväxters miljöpåverkan; antinutritionella faktorer; sojabönan; gulärt; gråärt; gröna ärtor; lupin; linser; fababöna; bruna bönor; extrahering; extrudering; förädling; konsumentattityd;

    Abstract : Trots att utbudet av vegetariska produkter ökar i Sverige, är andelen produkter baserade på svenskodlade baljväxter i nuläget låg. Soja är en vanligt förekommande råvara, men är ofta importerad. De baljväxter som främst odlas i Sverige är olika former av ärter samt åkerbönor. READ MORE

  2. 2. Combining production with preservation : livelihood strategies and innovations on nature pasture based farms in Dalsland, Sweden

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Tove Ortman; [2018]
    Keywords : biodiversity; high nature value pastures; livelihood strategies; innovations;

    Abstract : Biodiversity loss is a global problem that can lead to serious consequences. One of the most biodiverse habitats today is the product of extensive agriculture: semi-natural pastures, often termed High Nature Value (HNV) pasture. As farms become more and more intensive and specialised, these pastures disappear increasingly. READ MORE

  3. 3. Applying Agile methodologies within the context of traditional project governance : - A study of the Volvo Group experience

    University essay from Högskolan i Jönköping/JTH. Forskningsmiljö InformationsteknikHögskolan i Jönköping/JTH, Data- och elektroteknik; Högskolan i Jönköping/JTH, Data- och elektroteknikHögskolan i Jönköping/JTH. Forskningsmiljö Informationsteknik

    Author : Nima Azizi; Mohammed Aysar Taqi; [2015]
    Keywords : Agile methodology; Software Development project; Large-scale Organizations; Transition to Agile; Project Management; Project Governance;

    Abstract : The nature of software development has changed in last decade. Waterfall or traditional command and control methods have been replaced by Agile methodologies. Agile came as a “solution” to the disadvantages of the waterfall methodology, but using Agile has its own challenges. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Swedish forest industries' view on the future market potential of nanocellulose

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Forest Products

    Author : Johan Eklund; [2014]
    Keywords : nanocellulose; innovations; strategy; resources; alliances;

    Abstract : General concerns about environmental issues may mean that the demand for bio-based products will increase. Opportunities that arise on markets, together with the declining demand for newsprint, may trigger firms in the Swedish forest industry to increase their development of new products. READ MORE

  5. 5. Measuring the Political Legitimacy of Biorefineries in Europe

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Internationella miljöinstitutet

    Author : Rachelle Bissett-Amess; [2007]
    Keywords : Cognitive legitimacy; political legitimacy; integrated industrial biorefinery; Environmental studies; Miljöstudier; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : It is likely that a high degree of political support will be required to realise the biorefinery concept in reality, as capital intensive technology development and stimulation of the most promising technologies for biorefineries requires that government will need to invest heavily before industry has the confidence in biorefinery technologies and bio-based product markets to invest fully. However, among the many problems facing such an innovative business concept as biorefineries, their relative lack of 'political legitimacy' is especially critical, as both entrepreneurs and crucial stakeholders may not fully understand the nature of biorefineries, and their conformity to established institutional rules (cultural norms and laws) may still be in question. READ MORE