Product Lifecycle Management [electronic resource] : 21st Century Paradigm for Product Realisation / by John Stark.

By: Stark, John [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Decision Engineering: Publisher: London : Springer London, 2005Description: XVII, 441 p. 60 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781846280672Subject(s): Engineering | Engineering design | Industrial engineering | Engineering | Industrial and Production Engineering | Operations Research/Decision Theory | Engineering DesignAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 670 LOC classification: T55.4-60.8Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Executive overview of PLM -- to PLM -- Progress depends on retentiveness -- The opportunities and benefits of PLM -- The rationale for PLM -- Different views of PLM -- You start here — in the details of the PLM swamp -- PLM has the answers -- Some components of PLM -- Uncoordinated incoherent improvement initiatives -- Coherent vision, strategy, plan, resources, metrics -- A company's PLM Vision -- The process of PLM Visioning -- Structure for the PLM Vision -- A Strategy to achieve the Vision -- Industrial strategies -- Principles for the PLM strategy -- Preparing for the PLM strategy -- Developing a PLM strategy -- Strategy identification and selection -- Change management for PLM -- PDM, an essential enabler for PLM -- Reasons for implementing a PDM system -- Forewarned is forearmed -- Financial justification of PDM -- FAQs about implementation and use -- Barriers to successful implementation of PDM -- Examples of PDM implementation -- Maturity model for PDM -- The PDM project -- PLM functionality and systems -- Future developments.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), a new paradigm for product manufacturing, enables a company to manage its products all the way across their lifecycles in the most effective way. It helps companies get products to market faster, provide better support for their use, and manage end-of-life better. In today’s highly competitive global markets, companies must meet the increasing demands of customers to rapidly and continually improve their products and services. PLM meets these needs, extending and bringing together previously separate fields such as Computer Aided Design, Product Data Management, Sustainable Development, Enterprise Resource Planning, Life Cycle Analysis and Recycling. Product Lifecycle Management: 21st century Paradigm for Product Realisation explains the importance of PLM, from both the business and technical viewpoints, supported by examples showing how world-class engineering and manufacturing companies are implementing PLM successfully. The book: - introduces PLM, a unique holistic view of product development, support, use and disposal for industry worldwide, based on experience with internationally renowned companies; - shows you how to take full advantage of PLM, how to prepare people to work in the PLM environment, how to choose the best solution for your situation; - provides deep understanding, nurturing the skills you will need to successfully implement PLM and achieve world-class product development and support performance; and - gives access to a companion www site containing further material.
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Executive overview of PLM -- to PLM -- Progress depends on retentiveness -- The opportunities and benefits of PLM -- The rationale for PLM -- Different views of PLM -- You start here — in the details of the PLM swamp -- PLM has the answers -- Some components of PLM -- Uncoordinated incoherent improvement initiatives -- Coherent vision, strategy, plan, resources, metrics -- A company's PLM Vision -- The process of PLM Visioning -- Structure for the PLM Vision -- A Strategy to achieve the Vision -- Industrial strategies -- Principles for the PLM strategy -- Preparing for the PLM strategy -- Developing a PLM strategy -- Strategy identification and selection -- Change management for PLM -- PDM, an essential enabler for PLM -- Reasons for implementing a PDM system -- Forewarned is forearmed -- Financial justification of PDM -- FAQs about implementation and use -- Barriers to successful implementation of PDM -- Examples of PDM implementation -- Maturity model for PDM -- The PDM project -- PLM functionality and systems -- Future developments.

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), a new paradigm for product manufacturing, enables a company to manage its products all the way across their lifecycles in the most effective way. It helps companies get products to market faster, provide better support for their use, and manage end-of-life better. In today’s highly competitive global markets, companies must meet the increasing demands of customers to rapidly and continually improve their products and services. PLM meets these needs, extending and bringing together previously separate fields such as Computer Aided Design, Product Data Management, Sustainable Development, Enterprise Resource Planning, Life Cycle Analysis and Recycling. Product Lifecycle Management: 21st century Paradigm for Product Realisation explains the importance of PLM, from both the business and technical viewpoints, supported by examples showing how world-class engineering and manufacturing companies are implementing PLM successfully. The book: - introduces PLM, a unique holistic view of product development, support, use and disposal for industry worldwide, based on experience with internationally renowned companies; - shows you how to take full advantage of PLM, how to prepare people to work in the PLM environment, how to choose the best solution for your situation; - provides deep understanding, nurturing the skills you will need to successfully implement PLM and achieve world-class product development and support performance; and - gives access to a companion www site containing further material.

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