Product life cycle and design for total cost

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Product life cycle and design for total cost

  1. 1. or Design for Total Cost Leveraging the organization to better projects andbusiness effectiveness throughout the full life-cycle by using state of the art methods and disciplines
  2. 2. Life Cycle Structure Manufacturing Deployment Product Product & Initiation Initiation Product Planning KECP Product Development Feedback(Strategic Concept) (Market needs) & End of Life
  3. 3. Functional Groups Involved in the LIFE-CYCLE Marketing Legal Finance Information Systems Human Resources Operational  Engineering Support  Tools  CADs  Manufacturing  purchasing Product Group  Management  R&D  Development  Verification & Validation
  4. 4. Industry Practices Current in Use Additional CMMI  Measurements  PSM LEAN  GDM Six Sigma  BSC PMBOK  BD-CMM  ITIL  SCRUM / Agile / XP  P-CMM  OPM3  SWEBOK  eSCM for CL / P  TMM  SSE – CMM  KMM
  5. 5. The Expected Coverage P-CMM / SSE-CMM eSCM BD-CMM PMBOK & OPM3 BD-CMM Manufacturing Deployment Product Product & Initiation Initiation Product Planning KECP Product Development Feedback(Strategic Concept) (Market needs) & TMM SCRUM / XP / Agile End of Life ITIL KMM IT and Engineering Support Tools BSC GDM Monitoring, Control and Metrics PSM
  6. 6. How to Use It Its all about:  Common Sense  Balance  Establish only what is valuable to you  Maintain only what is beneficial for you  Identify and aim to the business objective
  7. 7. Filter if to Our Needs
  8. 8. Suggested Life Cycle Gates (partial) Suggested Life Cycle Gates  Product Roadmap review  Business Plan review  Requirements Review  Product Plan Review  ARC & WBS Review  High Level Design (HLD) Review  Functional Design Review (FDR)  Verification (VER)  Validation (VAL)  Product tree readiness  Integration Test  Production readiness  User Acceptance Test (UAT)  Full Production  Feedback And maintenance  Post Mortem  Defects  Lesson learned  Product retirement
  9. 9. Suggested Vertical Elements (partial) Domain – cluster of common areas  Product Initiation  Requirements  Development  Operational  Engineering Support  Quality Assurance and Control  Measurements  Management
  10. 10. Suggested Vertical Elements (partial) Area – cluster of common processes / sub-process Product Initiation  Quality Assurance and Control  Gathering needs (i.e. market / costumer)  Reviews  Needs analysis  Audits  Process Assurance  Product Description  Measurements Requirements  Definitions  Customer  Collection  Technical  Analysis  Non-technical  Communication Development  Corrective Action  Design  Management  Development  Portfolio  Verification  Project  Integration  Development Support  Legal  Validation  Finance Operational  Regulations  Manufacturing  Customer Support  Maintenance Engineering Support  Configuration Management  Tools  Environments  Design Support
  11. 11. Suggested Life Cycle Gates Suggested Life Cycle Structure (partial)Pre-commercialization Phase 0 Phases 1 – 2 Phases 3 – 4 Phases 5 – 6 Phase 7 Life-Cycle Management Gate 6 Gate 7 Gate 8 Gate 4 “Shipping Approval” Gate 2 Gate 0 Full Feedback VAL HLD Production And Review Product maintenance Requirements VER Review tree Product FD Product Product readiness retirement Plan Review Roadmap Integration Review review Test ARC & WBS UAT Review Production BP review readiness Life Cycle Monitoring & Control Ongoing Status Meetings Activities Process and Product Quality Reviews

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