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Product lifecycle management : driving the next generation of lean thinking, Michael Grieves

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Product lifecycle management : driving the next generation of lean thinking
Title
Product lifecycle management
Title remainder
driving the next generation of lean thinking
Statement of responsibility
Michael Grieves
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
SISPL
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Grieves, Michael
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Product life cycle
  • Product management
Target audience
adult
Label
Product lifecycle management : driving the next generation of lean thinking, Michael Grieves
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Publication
Copyright
Note
"How GE, P&G, Ford, Toyota, and other leading companies achieved dramatic increases in productivity and profit"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 16
  • 129
  • Process/Practice versus Technology Matrix
  • 129
  • People, Process/Practice, Information Technology Triangle
  • 133
  • People
  • 134
  • Process/Practice
  • 143
  • Technology
  • Distinction between Processes and Practices
  • 152
  • Chapter 6
  • Collaborative Product Development-Starting the Digital Lifecycle
  • 159
  • What Is Collaborative Product Development?
  • 159
  • Mapping Requirements to Specifications
  • 162
  • Part Numbering
  • 164
  • 19
  • Engineering Vaulting
  • 167
  • Product Reuse
  • 168
  • Start and Smart Parts
  • 169
  • Engineering Change Management
  • 171
  • Collaboration Room
  • 172
  • Outline of the Book
  • Bill of Material and Process Consistency
  • 174
  • Digital Mock-Up and Prototype Development
  • 175
  • Design for the Environment (DfE)
  • 178
  • Virtual Testing and Validation
  • 180
  • Marketing Collateral
  • 181
  • 25
  • Chapter 7
  • Digital Manufacturing-PLM in the Factory
  • 185
  • What Is Digital Manufacturing?
  • 185
  • Early Promise of Digital Manufacturing
  • 189
  • Manufacturing the First One, Ramp Up, and Manufacturing the Rest of Them
  • 192
  • Manufacturing the First One
  • Chapter 2
  • 193
  • Ramp Up
  • 204
  • Manufacturing the Rest
  • 207
  • Production Planning
  • 208
  • Chapter 8
  • Outside the Factory Door
  • 217
  • Constructing PLM
  • Costs Do Not Stop at the Factory Door
  • 217
  • Quality Scrap Production
  • 218
  • Product Liability
  • 220
  • Warranty
  • 222
  • Quality in Use, Not in Theory
  • 223
  • 29
  • Product Usability
  • 225
  • New Revenue Model Opportunities
  • 226
  • Repair Services
  • 226
  • Product Extension Services
  • 228
  • End of Life Recycling and Disposal
  • 229
  • Defining PLM
  • Chapter 9
  • Developing a PLM Strategy
  • 233
  • What Is Strategy?
  • 233
  • A Vision of Tomorrow
  • 234
  • A Realistic Assessment of Today
  • 237
  • Plan for Bridging the Gap
  • 32
  • 239
  • Capabilities and Resources Required
  • 240
  • Impact of Strategy
  • 244
  • Implementing a PLM Strategy-Lessons Learned
  • 247
  • Top Management Is Engaged, Not Just Involved
  • 248
  • Project Leaders Are Veterans and Team Members Are Decision Makers
  • Chapter 1
  • PLM Lifecycle Model
  • 250
  • Third Parties Fill Gaps in Expertise and Transfer Knowledge
  • 252
  • Change Management Goes Hand in Hand with Project Management
  • 253
  • Final Success Factor Is That a Satisficing Mindset Prevails
  • 254
  • Acting Like the CXO
  • 254
  • Find PLM Initiatives to Support Corporate Objectives
  • 40
  • 255
  • See Beyond Functional Barriers
  • 256
  • Watch for Optimal Decisions That Are Suboptimal
  • 257
  • Stretch Change Muscle
  • 258
  • Think "One Organization"
  • 258
  • Chapter 10
  • Plan
  • Conducting a PLM Readiness Assessment
  • 263
  • Infrastructure Assessment
  • 263
  • Adequateness of the Current Technology
  • 265
  • Scalability of the Technology
  • 267
  • Modularity of the Technology
  • 267
  • 41
  • Openness of the Technology
  • 268
  • Assessment of Current Systems and Applications
  • 269
  • People Assessment
  • 271
  • Process/Practice Assessment
  • 275
  • Capability Maturity Model Assessment
  • 277
  • Design
  • Assessment Cautions
  • 288
  • Chapter 11
  • Real World and the Universe of Possibilities for PLM
  • 293
  • Technology
  • 296
  • People
  • 300
  • Processes/Practices
  • 42
  • 301
  • Build
  • 43
  • Support
  • 44
  • Introduction-The Path to PLM
  • Dispose
  • 44
  • Threads of PLM
  • 45
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • 46
  • Engineering Data Management (EDM)
  • 49
  • Product Data Management (PDM)
  • 52
  • 1
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
  • 54
  • Weaving the Threads into PLM
  • 55
  • Comparing PLM to ERP
  • 56
  • Chapter 3
  • Characteristics of PLM
  • 65
  • Information Silos
  • Information as a Substitute for Wasted Time, Energy, and Material
  • 65
  • Information Mirroring Model (IM Model)
  • 71
  • Characteristics of PLM
  • 77
  • Singularity
  • 78
  • Correspondence
  • 81
  • Cohesion
  • 6
  • 83
  • Traceability
  • 86
  • Reflectiveness
  • 89
  • Cued Availability
  • 91
  • Chapter 4
  • Environment Driving PLM
  • 95
  • Trajectory of Computer Technology Development
  • External Drivers
  • 96
  • Scale
  • 96
  • Complexity
  • 99
  • Cycle Times
  • 101
  • Globalization
  • 103
  • 12
  • Regulation
  • 105
  • Internal Drivers
  • 109
  • Productivity
  • 110
  • Innovation
  • 112
  • Collaboration
  • 114
  • Virtualization of Physical Objects
  • Quality
  • 115
  • Boardroom Driver-IT Value Map
  • 117
  • Income, Revenue, and Costs
  • 118
  • Comparing Lean Manufacturing, ERP, CRM, and PLM
  • 121
  • Chapter 5
  • PLM Elements
Control code
ocm62379032
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 319 pages
Isbn
9780071452304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
658.575 G874 ; P ; XX-N ; C-BS; C0106BT2.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o62379032
  • (Sirsi) o62379032
Label
Product lifecycle management : driving the next generation of lean thinking, Michael Grieves
Publication
Copyright
Note
"How GE, P&G, Ford, Toyota, and other leading companies achieved dramatic increases in productivity and profit"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 16
  • 129
  • Process/Practice versus Technology Matrix
  • 129
  • People, Process/Practice, Information Technology Triangle
  • 133
  • People
  • 134
  • Process/Practice
  • 143
  • Technology
  • Distinction between Processes and Practices
  • 152
  • Chapter 6
  • Collaborative Product Development-Starting the Digital Lifecycle
  • 159
  • What Is Collaborative Product Development?
  • 159
  • Mapping Requirements to Specifications
  • 162
  • Part Numbering
  • 164
  • 19
  • Engineering Vaulting
  • 167
  • Product Reuse
  • 168
  • Start and Smart Parts
  • 169
  • Engineering Change Management
  • 171
  • Collaboration Room
  • 172
  • Outline of the Book
  • Bill of Material and Process Consistency
  • 174
  • Digital Mock-Up and Prototype Development
  • 175
  • Design for the Environment (DfE)
  • 178
  • Virtual Testing and Validation
  • 180
  • Marketing Collateral
  • 181
  • 25
  • Chapter 7
  • Digital Manufacturing-PLM in the Factory
  • 185
  • What Is Digital Manufacturing?
  • 185
  • Early Promise of Digital Manufacturing
  • 189
  • Manufacturing the First One, Ramp Up, and Manufacturing the Rest of Them
  • 192
  • Manufacturing the First One
  • Chapter 2
  • 193
  • Ramp Up
  • 204
  • Manufacturing the Rest
  • 207
  • Production Planning
  • 208
  • Chapter 8
  • Outside the Factory Door
  • 217
  • Constructing PLM
  • Costs Do Not Stop at the Factory Door
  • 217
  • Quality Scrap Production
  • 218
  • Product Liability
  • 220
  • Warranty
  • 222
  • Quality in Use, Not in Theory
  • 223
  • 29
  • Product Usability
  • 225
  • New Revenue Model Opportunities
  • 226
  • Repair Services
  • 226
  • Product Extension Services
  • 228
  • End of Life Recycling and Disposal
  • 229
  • Defining PLM
  • Chapter 9
  • Developing a PLM Strategy
  • 233
  • What Is Strategy?
  • 233
  • A Vision of Tomorrow
  • 234
  • A Realistic Assessment of Today
  • 237
  • Plan for Bridging the Gap
  • 32
  • 239
  • Capabilities and Resources Required
  • 240
  • Impact of Strategy
  • 244
  • Implementing a PLM Strategy-Lessons Learned
  • 247
  • Top Management Is Engaged, Not Just Involved
  • 248
  • Project Leaders Are Veterans and Team Members Are Decision Makers
  • Chapter 1
  • PLM Lifecycle Model
  • 250
  • Third Parties Fill Gaps in Expertise and Transfer Knowledge
  • 252
  • Change Management Goes Hand in Hand with Project Management
  • 253
  • Final Success Factor Is That a Satisficing Mindset Prevails
  • 254
  • Acting Like the CXO
  • 254
  • Find PLM Initiatives to Support Corporate Objectives
  • 40
  • 255
  • See Beyond Functional Barriers
  • 256
  • Watch for Optimal Decisions That Are Suboptimal
  • 257
  • Stretch Change Muscle
  • 258
  • Think "One Organization"
  • 258
  • Chapter 10
  • Plan
  • Conducting a PLM Readiness Assessment
  • 263
  • Infrastructure Assessment
  • 263
  • Adequateness of the Current Technology
  • 265
  • Scalability of the Technology
  • 267
  • Modularity of the Technology
  • 267
  • 41
  • Openness of the Technology
  • 268
  • Assessment of Current Systems and Applications
  • 269
  • People Assessment
  • 271
  • Process/Practice Assessment
  • 275
  • Capability Maturity Model Assessment
  • 277
  • Design
  • Assessment Cautions
  • 288
  • Chapter 11
  • Real World and the Universe of Possibilities for PLM
  • 293
  • Technology
  • 296
  • People
  • 300
  • Processes/Practices
  • 42
  • 301
  • Build
  • 43
  • Support
  • 44
  • Introduction-The Path to PLM
  • Dispose
  • 44
  • Threads of PLM
  • 45
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • 46
  • Engineering Data Management (EDM)
  • 49
  • Product Data Management (PDM)
  • 52
  • 1
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
  • 54
  • Weaving the Threads into PLM
  • 55
  • Comparing PLM to ERP
  • 56
  • Chapter 3
  • Characteristics of PLM
  • 65
  • Information Silos
  • Information as a Substitute for Wasted Time, Energy, and Material
  • 65
  • Information Mirroring Model (IM Model)
  • 71
  • Characteristics of PLM
  • 77
  • Singularity
  • 78
  • Correspondence
  • 81
  • Cohesion
  • 6
  • 83
  • Traceability
  • 86
  • Reflectiveness
  • 89
  • Cued Availability
  • 91
  • Chapter 4
  • Environment Driving PLM
  • 95
  • Trajectory of Computer Technology Development
  • External Drivers
  • 96
  • Scale
  • 96
  • Complexity
  • 99
  • Cycle Times
  • 101
  • Globalization
  • 103
  • 12
  • Regulation
  • 105
  • Internal Drivers
  • 109
  • Productivity
  • 110
  • Innovation
  • 112
  • Collaboration
  • 114
  • Virtualization of Physical Objects
  • Quality
  • 115
  • Boardroom Driver-IT Value Map
  • 117
  • Income, Revenue, and Costs
  • 118
  • Comparing Lean Manufacturing, ERP, CRM, and PLM
  • 121
  • Chapter 5
  • PLM Elements
Control code
ocm62379032
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 319 pages
Isbn
9780071452304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
658.575 G874 ; P ; XX-N ; C-BS; C0106BT2.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o62379032
  • (Sirsi) o62379032

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