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Managing product design by considering evolution of design context: from Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) to System Lifecycle Management (SLM)

Abstract : Today success of design projects depends on the ability to co-ordinate and control the collaboration between the numerous actors participating in such projects: designers, experts from different disciplines and with different experiences, external partners, etc. Therefore, it is not enough to measure and manage product data or design process to follow design system evolution. Interactions between each actor involved in the design process and between all the activities that are generating this process have also to be considered. In this paper, we propose a preliminary definition of performance inductors in design to increase design performance. It is based on the identification of the specific factors impacting the performance of the system and on an analysis of the interactions between them to provide an evolutionary vision of the system.
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Submitted on : Thursday, May 15, 2008 - 4:42:37 PM
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Vincent Robin, Séverine Sperandio, Génovéva Topliceanu, Philippe Girard. Managing product design by considering evolution of design context: from Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) to System Lifecycle Management (SLM). 5th International Conference on Product Lifecycle Management, 2008, Séoul, South Korea. pp. ⟨hal-00279926⟩

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