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General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
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Module: EThICS 039.BC01E.10_LCPP_General View …

Module: EThICS 039.BC01E.10_LCPP_General View
Topic: LIFE CYCLE OF PROJECTS AND PRODUCTS
Subject: General and Systemic View of Life Cycle of Projects and Products
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PURPOSES OF THE MODULE

INTRODUCTION
Acronyms of EVCN/LCPP
Antonio Sallum Librelato - Director – EThICS Engineering - January - 2013
20/1/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 1
Strategic Motivations
Concepts of Customer Needs
Concepts of Enterprise Vision
Concepts of Life Cycle of Projects and Products

INTEGRATED VISION
Model of Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs
Model of Life Cycle of Projects and Products

APPENDICES
References
EThICS Engineering - Services and Areas of Action

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  • 1. EngineeringEThICS Technology, IntelligenceENGINEERING Consulting & SystemsEThICS 039.BC01E.10 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE OF PROJECTS AND PRODUCTS - General View - PURPOSES OF THE MODULE INTRODUCTION Acronyms of EVCN/LCPP Strategic Motivations Concepts of Customer Needs Concepts of Enterprise Vision Concepts of Life Cycle of Projects and Products INTEGRATED VISION Model of Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs Model of Life Cycle of Projects and Products APPENDICES References EThICS Engineering - Services and Areas of Action Antonio Sallum Librelato - Director – EThICS Engineering - March - 201327/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 1
  • 2. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 [EE_039.BC01.09] Purposes of the Module The main purpose of this module is to present, as an introduction, the concepts and models about: EVCN - Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs. LCPP - Life Cycle of Projects and Products. The models here presented will serve as bases for the other modules of the Studies, Training and Development Program about RDI+SPA. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 2
  • 3. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTRODUCTION [EE_039.BC01.09] Acronyms for EVCN/LCPP ACRONYM MEANING EVCN Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs LCPP Life Cycle of Projects and Products RDI Research, Development and Innovation SPA Systems and Products Assurance 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 3
  • 4. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTRODUCTION Ref.: Based on [GRAD_01] Strategic Motivations Create and structure an holistic, systemic, integrated and strategic vision of the enterprise, its clients and environments of action. Act by the integration of the enterprise vision and the customer needs. Drive the systematization, modeling and standardization of the processes of the organization. Organize the macro-processes of the enterprise to maintain a continuous and fed backed, during the life cycles of projects and products. Act in a proactive, integrated and optimized way. Integrate the strategic, tactic and operational plans. In a multi-programs enterprise environmental, it is essential that the organization adopt a generic process that can be adjusted to satisfy the peculiarities of each program. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 4
  • 5. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTRODUCTION Ref.: Based on [GRAD_01] Concepts of Customer Needs At times, customers become aware that they are not able to satisfy a certain need. Such customer requirement can be posed as a simple statement, establishing that must be satisfied by a further system to be fully characterized. From the declaration of customer need, as a macro-vision description of a system, one can expand it in greater detail levels, going from what is known for what it is not, from simple to complex. Such needs may require developing solutions in two main kinds: Unprecedented systems and products which must be completely developed by new technological and functional solutions. Existing products and systems that must be modified to meet a new need or one that has been significantly altered. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 5
  • 6. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTRODUCTION Ref.: Based on [GRAD_01] Concepts of Enterprise Vision Companies are created for various reasons and purposes. The statements of mission and strategic vision of the company allow to realize what their goals are in terms of obtaining profits, providing products to customers, participating in the market, etc.. The vision statement provides information about the systems and needs of customers in which the company is focused. The company will have multiple needs of clients to meet, resulting in multiple programs, which should be developed through a generic process that can be adjusted to the peculiarities of each program. Through a structured process of analysis, it is possible to reach ever higher levels of detail of the system to be built and achieve understanding of the problem to be solved, translated into requirements. Figure 1 shows the model of integrating concepts of Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 6
  • 7. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTEGRATED VISION [EE_039.BC01.09] Fig. 1: Model of Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs MANAGEMENT OF THE ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT OF THE RESOURCES SUPPLY OF THE RESOURCES FOR THE OF THE PROGRAMS PROGRAMS EXPLORATION OF NEW LIFE CYCLE OF PROJECTS ACTIVITIES WITH BUSINESSES AND PRODUCTS CLIENTS RESEARCHES • Innovations Tendencies • Technological and Competitive Analyses Innovations PROJECTS Knowledge • Continuous Feedback Needs Requirements • Results of the Projects EVCN POTENTIAL MARKETS Restrictions • New Needs Suppositions • Needs of Improvements 20/01/13 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 7
  • 8. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTRODUCTION Ref.: [BLAN_01][GRAD_01][KOSS_01][WASS_01] Concepts of Life Cycle of Projects and Products It is the complete story of the product through its stages of research, development, production, support, operation and obsolescence. The life cycle of a product goes beyond the boundaries of the firm. Thorough knowledge of each step is essential for the proper management of enterprises. Each product requires different strategies for their finances, production, logistics and marketing in each of their life cycles. Through strategic planning and action, one can act proactively, systemic and integrated, in order to optimize the cost and effectiveness over the life cycle. The cycle repeats and is maintained by the feedbacks between the sequences of stages, steps and processes. Figure 2 shows the segmentation and integration between the phases of the Life Cycle of Products and Projects. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 8
  • 9. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTEGRATED VISION Ref.: [BLAN_01][GRAD_01][KOSS_01][WASS_01] Fig. 2: Model of Life Cycle of Projects and Products RESEARCH, PRODUCTION INTEGRATED USE OF DEVELOP & OF SYSTEMS LOGISTICAL SYSTEMS & outcomes INNOVATION & PRODUCTS SUPPORT PRODUCTS LCPP EXPLORATION ACTIVITIES OF NEW WITH BUSINESSES CLIENTS RESEARCHES Tendencies • Innovations Innovations • Technological and Competitive Analyses PROJECTS Knowledge Needs • Continuous Feedback EVCN Requirements • Results of the Projects Restrictions POTENTIAL MARKETS Suppositions • New Needs 20/01/13 • Needs of Improvements 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 9
  • 10. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTEGRATED VISION Ref.: [BLAN_01][CEDT_01][GIUD_01][GRAD_01] [KOSS_01][NASA_01][WASS_01] [WEST_01] Model of Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs Life Cycle of Projects and Products: It covers all stages of the life cycle for each project and each companys product, from initial ideas to their removal after use. [BLAN_01], [CEDT_01], [GIUD_01], [GRAD_01], [KOSS_01], [NASA_01], [WASS_01], [WEST_01]. Management of the Enterprise: Covers all strategic, tactical and operational management processes of that have the company as object. Management of the Resources of the Programs: The set of management processes whose objectives are the human, financial, material, infrastructure and information resources necessary for the completion of each of the programs established by the company. Supply of the Resources for the Programs: Are the specific processes that ensure and realize the supply chains of the necessary resources for the achievement of program outcomes. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 10
  • 11. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTEGRATED VISION Model of Enterprise Vision and Customer Needs Exploration of New Businesses: Covers the procedures and conditions for creating opportunities and exploring new business for the company. Activities with Clients: Are the processes of relationships and transactions with the companys customers to meet their needs and understand their demands. Feedbacks of the Life Cycles of Products: It is the flow of information along the sequence of phases, steps and processes of the life cycle of projects and products. The information comes in: Researches: research and analysis of innovation and technology. Projects: feedback from the companys projects and their results. Potential markets: new needs and opportunities; improvements. The information may result in trends, innovations, knowledge, needs, requirements and constraints, which serve to activate and maintain the processes of LCPP. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 11
  • 12. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 INTEGRATED VISION [EE_039.BC01.09] Model of Life Cycle of Projects and Products Research, Development and Innovation of Systems and Products: These are the steps and processes of management and engineering for research, development, innovation and systems and products assurance, new (unprecedented) or for improvement. Production of Systems and Products: Covers the stages and processes of management and engineering for production, unit or serial, of line of systems and products of the company. Integrated Logistical Support: These are the steps and processes of management and engineering focused on customer and users services in the installation, training, maintenance, operation, replacement and disposal, of line of systems and products of the company. Use of Systems and Products: The steps and processes implemented by operators and users of systems and products, focused on producing the desired results for clients. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 12
  • 13. EThICSENGINEERING GENERAL VIEW OF LCPPEThICS 039.BC01E.10 APPENDICIES References[BLAN_01] BLANCHARD, B. S. System engineering management. 4th ed. Hoboken NJ:John Wiley, 2008. 539 p.[CEDT_01] CEDTI. System analysis and design. Module 2.1. Centre for ElectronicsDesign and Technology of India. New Delhi, India: 1999. 48 p.[GIUD_01] GIUDICE, F.; ROSA, G. L.; RISITANO, A. Product design for the environment- a life cycle approach. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2006. 471 p.[GRAD_01] GRADY, J. O. System requirements analysis. Burlington, MA: Elsevier, 2006.455 p.[KOSS_01] KOSSIAKOFF, A.; SWEET, W. N. Systems engineering: principles andpractices. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley, 2003. 463 p.[NASA_01] NASA. Systems engineering handbook NASA/SP-2007-6105 Rev1.Washington, DC: NASA, 2007. 360 p.[WASS_01] WASSON, C. S. System analysis, design and development: concepts,principles and practices.. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley, 2006. 818 p.[WEST_01] WESTLAND, J. The project management life cycle. London, UK: CambridgeUniversity Press, 2006. 257 p. 27/3/2013 Intellectual Property of EThICS Engineering 13
  • 14. EngineeringEThICS Technology, IntelligenceENGINEERING Consulting & SystemsEThICS 039.BC01E.10 APPENDICIES SERVICES Consulting Assessorship Study, Analysis & Diagnostic Planning Research & Development Deployment Training MentoringENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONAL& TECHNOLOGY AREAS OF ACTION STRATEGY Antonio Sallum Librelato – Director +5512 3941 8277 – a.sallum@uol.com.br – skype: a_sallum1 Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/sallum 14

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