Value Reference Model - Development

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The product development process of a generic manufacturing company are described using an enterprise architecture tool.

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Value Reference Model - Development

  1. 1. Value Reference Model Product Development
  2. 2. Executing – Product Development Value Reference ModelPlanning Governing Executing Business Human Product Supply Chain Customer Auxiliary Services Resource Development Services Relations Services Services Services
  3. 3. Product Development Product DevelopmentProduct Product Research Product Product ProductReqmt Portf olio Service Ideating Engineering ValidatingDefining Managing Project Product Product Verification Managing Designing Changing Reqmt Defining
  4. 4. Define Product Requirements Product Reqmt Defining Assess Product New Products Align Product SWOT Matrix Product Portfolio Development Reqmt Gathering Product Mix (by Priority)Resources Resources Plan Evaluate Planning Product Achievability Development Plan (Updated ) Assure Product Data New Reqmt Accessibility Market Market Assure Agility Analysis Changes Service
  5. 5. Assess Product Define the Discounted Report Reasons Market Served Cas h Flow for not dont proceed Analys is Proceeding Evaluate Divide the Company Benefits Determine Price Market into Point & Segments Introduction Time Bus ines s Segments Risks Analys is Cus tomer AnalyzeRequirements Segment Requirements Product Ass ign Evaluate Functions Requirements Cus tomer to Products Benefits
  6. 6. Product Development Product DevelopmentProduct Product Research Product Product ProductReqmt Portfolio Service Ideating Engineering ValidatinDefining Managin g g Project Product Product Verification Managin Designing Changin Reqmt g g Defining
  7. 7. Research Service Research Service Opportunities Technology Defining Forecasting Technology New Acquiring Technology Defining Technology Technology Validating Protecting Technology Technology Transfer Introducing Service
  8. 8. Product Development Product DevelopmentProduct Product Research Product Product ProductReqmt Portfolio Service Ideating Engineering ValidatinDefining Managin g g Project Product Product Verification Managin Designing Changin Reqmt g g Defining
  9. 9. Product Ideation not approved ProductProduct ConceptConceptTesting Define Functional Requirements Define HoQ 2 Product Developing Architecture Define Product Layouts Product Structure Analyze Producibility Product Concept Schematics Approval HoQ 3 & 4 Define Developing Documents Release Schedules Responsibility Assignment
  10. 10. Define Functional Requirements Survey Data Competition Survey Elicitate AnalyzingSchedule Customer Requirements Competition Sales Order Analyze Data Customer Product Plan Requirements Customer Define Product Requirements Product Functions Functions Complete HoQ 1 HoQ 1 Analyze Hoq 1 feedback
  11. 11. Product Ideation not approved ProductProduct ConceptConceptTesting Define Functional Requirements Define HoQ 2 Product Developing Architecture Define Product Layouts Product Structure Analyze Producibility Product Concept Schematics Approval HoQ 3 & 4 Define Developing Documents Release Schedules Responsibility Assignment
  12. 12. Product Structure Driver Driving Car Environment ABS Car Sub- Chassis Assembly Other Car systems Drawings Assemblies Anti-Lock ComponentRotor Hub Tire Other Controller Drawings Assembly Chassis Components Brake Traction Sensor Mechanical Modulator Detector Components
  13. 13. Car Sub-systems Global Car Sub- Home Positioning systems Security System Systeminteracts with Navigation Propulsion Safety Information Entertainme Subsystem Managemen nt t Engine Driver User Electrical Interface Subsystem Braking Controls
  14. 14. Product Structure Driver Driving Car Environment ABS Car Sub- Chassis Assembly Other Car systems Drawings Assemblies Anti-Lock ComponentRotor Hub Tire Other Controller Drawings Assembly Chassis Components Brake Traction Sensor Mechanical Modulator Detector Components
  15. 15. Car State Transition Non Operational State Car Off start stop engine engine Operational States Detect loss of Car Idling Modulate traction braking force engage when accelerator speed = 0 Car release brake Car BrakingTraction Accelerating BrakeDetector Modulator engage brake
  16. 16. Car Acceleration Verification derived Plan Source CarRequirements traceability Specifications derived Design Constraints Eco Performance Friendliness Power Subsystem satisfies Emissions Fuel Braking Acceleration Power derved Efficiency verified by refined by Max Acceleration must Max Accelerate Test Plan satisfy Acceleration Use Case Test Case
  17. 17. Product Structure Driver Driving Car Environment ABS Car Sub- Chassis Assembly Other Car systems Drawings Assemblies Anti-Lock ComponentRotor Hub Tire Other Controller Drawings Assembly Chassis Components Brake Traction Sensor Mechanical Modulator Detector Components
  18. 18. Tire Variants TireTire - Tire - Tire -Standard Thermic Racing Tire - Tire - Racing A Racing B
  19. 19. Product Structure Driver Driving Car Environment ABS Car Sub- Chassis Assembly Other Car systems Drawings Assemblies Anti-Lock ComponentRotor Hub Tire Other Controller Drawings Assembly Chassis Components Brake Traction Sensor Mechanical Modulator Detector Components
  20. 20. Assembly Drawings Phases Assembly DrawingsAssembly Drawings - Assembly Drawings - Assembly Drawings - Assembly Drawings - Assembly Drawings - Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5 (Customer (Product (Functional (Conceptual (Physical Requirements) Requirements) Model) Model) Model)
  21. 21. Product Development Product DevelopmentProduct Product Research Product Product ProductReqmt Portfolio Service Ideating Engineering ValidatinDefining Managin g g Project Product Product Verification Managin Designing Changin Reqmt g g Defining
  22. 22. Project Management Project Managing Project Plan the Project Execute the Project Integration TransactionSales Back Invoice Financial Office Control Services Service
  23. 23. Product Development Product DevelopmentProduct Product Research Product Product ProductReqmt Portfolio Service Ideating Engineering ValidatinDefining Managin g g Project Product Product Verification Managin Designing Changin Reqmt g g Defining
  24. 24. Product Designing Context Completeness Developm ent Head Product control Design Status Hours Spent Product Structure Product Designing Product Product Ideation ProductSchematics Output output Documentation input Product Concept uses uses uses Tools Libraries Procedures
  25. 25. Product Designing Process Product Product Designing Concept Embodiment Detailed Documents Design Design Release Design (Modeling)Knowledge Product Data Handling Compliance Laws and Product Assuring Regulations Documentation Manufacturing Engineering
  26. 26. Detailed Design Mfg Data Cost Purchasing Controlling Costs Rollup Purchase Process Plan Mfg Control Tooling Specs Equipment Specs Request Specs Specs (For Prototypes)Detai led Design Submit Purchase Request Design Execute Prototyping Preliminary Control DesignTools & Design Assemblies Detailed Process Operations Fixtures Equipment Draw ings Planning Planning (Routing)
  27. 27. Execute Detailed Drawings ProductSearch DocumentationDesignArchive Analyze Choose Choose Hystorical Design New Design Reference Data Strategy Drawings Adopt Reuse - Same Design - Similar Design Select - Combination - Variant Existing Drawings Recode Archive Code Execute Drawings Drawings Drawings Drawings Release Drawings
  28. 28. Detailed Design Mfg Data Cost Purchasing Controlling Costs Rollup Purchase Process Plan Mfg Control Tooling Specs Equipment Specs Request Specs Specs (For Prototypes)Detai led Design Submit Purchase Request Design Execute Prototyping Preliminary Control DesignTools & Design Assemblies Detailed Process Operations Fixtures Equipment Draw ings Planning Planning (Routing)
  29. 29. Prototyping Product Prototyping Documentation Decision Physical Prototyping Virtual Prototyping Plan Items Simulate & Products ResourcesPurchasing Receive Items Cost BuildAccounting Prototype Test Prototype Create Prototyping Report
  30. 30. Product Design Product Product Designing Concept Embodiment Detailed Documents Design Design Release Design (Modeling)Knowledge Product Data Handling Compliance Laws and Product Assuring Regulations Documentation Manufacturing Engineering
  31. 31. Release Documents DocumentCreate & Observe Review Auditing Release Post Document Document Com ments DocumentDocument Designer Observers Reviewers Auditor Authority
  32. 32. Product Development Product DevelopmentProduct Product Research Product Product ProductReqmt Portfolio Service Ideating Engineering ValidatinDefining Managin g g Project Product Product Verification Managing Designing Changing Reqmt Defining
  33. 33. Engineering Changes Designer CM Specialist Multi Functional Team CRB CIBGenerate CI Configuration PRM Impact ECR Identification Checking Evaluation ECR ECN Information Baseline Creation & Structure Release Rejection or Rejection Note Postponeme Create a nt of ECR Change PlanDFMEA Product BaselineService Structure CIB Evaluation Change Validate and Evaluate theExecution Split Order Size of Change Create a Change Derivation small Order Release Version & History change New ReleaseDocuments Mgmt Fast Track ECO Service Answer to User Info Delivery Measurement Report to Stakeholder
  34. 34. Engineering Changes Engineering ChangesCauses Related Change Related Revisions / Docum ents Indicators Measurements Indicators
  35. 35. Causes Related Indicators Causes Related Indicators Drawings Related Other Causes Indicators Indicators Drawings made in a Non-valid Requirements Manufacturing Problems specific time % % Average number of Versions per Drawing Engineering Problem s % New Functionality % Average Time finding a Drawing Additional knowledge % For Rework % To Save Money %
  36. 36. Engineering Changes Engineering ChangesCauses Related Change Related Revisions / Documents Indicators Measurements Indicators
  37. 37. Change Related Measurements Change Related Measurements Amounts Costs of change Amount of Revisions Amount of Replaced Items Amount of Fast Track Amount of CRB Changes controlled changes Amount of Changes per Amount of Changes per source type
  38. 38. Amount of Changes per Source Amount of Changes per source From Custom er % From Engineering % From Services %
  39. 39. Engineering Changes Engineering ChangesCauses Related Change Related Revisions / Documents Indicators Measurements Indicators
  40. 40. Revisions / Documents Indicators Revisions / Documents Indicators Revisions Related Docum ents Releted Indicators Indicators Checked out tim e for Number of documents editing released in time Time passed for Number of created validating docum ents as a function of tim e Time passed for release Number of released docum ents as a function of tim e Number of iterations Number of changed docum ents as a function of tim e
  41. 41. Engineering Changes Designer CM Specialist Multi Functional Team CRB CIBGenerate CI Configuration PRM Impact ECR Identification Checking Evaluation ECR ECN Information Baseline Creation & Structure Release Rejection or Rejection Note Postponeme Create a nt of ECR Change PlanDFMEA Product BaselineService Structure CIB Evaluation Change Validate and Evaluate theExecution Split Order Size of Change Create a Change Derivation small Order Release Version & History change New ReleaseDocuments Mgmt Fast Track ECO Service Answer to User Info Delivery Measurement Report to Stakeholder
  42. 42. Engineering Change Information Structure Rejection Note Answer to User Report to Derivation History Stakeholder Engineering Change ECR ECN ECO Baseline

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