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11 Ace 2010 Aras Configuration And Change Management

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11 Ace 2010 Aras Configuration And Change Management

  1. 1. 2010 International Conference Configuration & Change Management Rob McAveney 300 Brickstone Square www.aras.com Suite 904 Andover, MA 01810 Andover, MA 01810 [978] 691‐8900 www.aras.com Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. aras.com
  2. 2. Why CM? Every organization has customers. Every organization  has products and/or services intended to satisfy the  has prod cts and/or ser ices intended to satisf the needs of those customers. Every organization has delivery systems to achieve  E er or ani ation has deli er s stems to a hie e each applicable phase of the life cycle for those  products and/or services. products and/or services Every organization must continuously improve its  products and/or services and its delivery systems if it  products and/or services and its delivery systems if it hopes to stay in business. Good CM ensures all these things are happening Good CM ensures all these things are happening Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 2 aras.com
  3. 3. What is CM? A discipline applying technical and administrative direction and  surveillance over the life cycle of configuration items (CIs) to: 1. Identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of  CIs. 2. g Control changes to CIs and their related documentation. 3. Record and report information needed to manage CIs effectively,  including the status of proposed and approved changes. 4. 4 Audit CIs to verify conformance to documented requirements. A dit CI t if f t d t d i t MIL‐STD‐973, Configuration Management, 1992 CM is the process of managing products, facilities and processes  p g gp , p by managing their requirements, including changes, and  ensuring that results conform. The Institute of Configuration Management Th I i f C fi i M Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 3 aras.com
  4. 4. Scope & Emphasis of CM The scope includes all administrative and technical information  that could impact safety, quality, schedule, cost, profit,  customer satisfaction or the environment. The emphasis is to: 1. Accommodate [encourage] change 2. Assure the change process is closed loop  3. Assure information is accessible Assure information is accessible 4. Assure that all information remains clear, concise and valid 5. Assure everyone is working to the correct requirements at all times 6. Assure results conform to the requirements, and  7. Standardize best CM practice throughout the organization. The Institute of Configuration Management Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 4 aras.com
  5. 5. Challenges in Implementing CM Over 400 different standards define or reference CM  processes ISO, ANSI, IEEE, MIL, DOD, DOE, FAA, etc. Software vendors all claim to embed best practices,  S f d ll l i b db i but they all do it differently Management perception is either that M i i ih h 1. CM is only for large Aerospace & Defense companies 2. CM is the same as Document Control CM has impact across the entire organization, not  just one department j t d t t Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 5 aras.com
  6. 6. Get Educated Education (not software!) is the most important  factor in implementing good CM factor in implementing good CM Two main CM training providers: Institute of Configuration Management www.icmhq.com CMII Trainingg CM Process Improvement Center www.cmpic.com Broad based CM Training Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 6 aras.com
  7. 7. Aras Approach to CM Choose CM industry standard Implement a reference solution as  close to the standard as possible Aras Product Engineering Recognize that each company will do  g p y CM a little differently Provide for easy changes to the solution Encourage sharing of good ideas Aras Community Continuously Improve Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 7 aras.com
  8. 8. Aras Product Engineering Roles, processes, forms and rules derived directly  from the CMII standard from the CMII standard Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 8 aras.com
  9. 9. CMII Enterprise Community Solution Aras Program Management • Phase-Gate Projects • Milestone & Deliverables • Traffic Light Risk Dashboards g • PMI Project Templates CMII Enterprise • Physical Item Hierarchy • As Planned-As Released Baseline • CMII Document Types • ECN Impact Matrix • Document Review Process Aras Product Engineering • Bill Of Materials [BOM], Product SKUs • File & Document Management • Change Management Workflows • Approved Vendor Lists [AVL/AML] Aras Quality Planning • Risk Management • Failure Mode Effects Analysis [FMEA] • Control Plans • Action Item Closed-Loop Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. aras.com
  10. 10. Physical Hierarchy Rev: A Rev: A End Item PI: 100 BM10 Rev: A 0 xxx Physical Item Part PI: 110 PI: 120 xxx BOM PI: 130 Document BM13 0 PI: 131 PI: 131 PI: 1310 Independent of the Part / Part BOM structure Independent of the Part / Part BOM structure Physical Items are non‐versionable Revisions tracked on BOM item Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. aras.com
  11. 11. Physical Item Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 11 aras.com
  12. 12. Physical Item – CMII Baseline Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. aras.com
  13. 13. CMII Documents Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 13 aras.com
  14. 14. ECN Impact Matrix Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 14 aras.com
  15. 15. Document Review Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 15 aras.com
  16. 16. Baselining Updates Copyright © 2010 Aras All Rights Reserved. Slide 16 aras.com

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