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See detailOn the integration of product and process models in engineering design
Eckert, Claudia; Wynn, David; Maier, Jakob et al

in Design Science (2017), 3

Models of products and design processes are key to interacting with engineering designs and managing the processes by which they are developed. In practice, companies maintain networks of many ... [more ▼]

Models of products and design processes are key to interacting with engineering designs and managing the processes by which they are developed. In practice, companies maintain networks of many interrelated models which need to be synthesised in the minds of their users when considering issues that cut across them. This article considers how information from product and design process models can be integrated with a view to help manage these complex interrelationships. A framework highlighting key issues surrounding model integration is introduced and terminology for describing these issues is developed. To illustrate the framework and terminology, selected modelling approaches that integrate product and process information are discussed and organised according to their levels and forms of integration. Opportunities for further work to advance integrated modelling in engineering design research and practice are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailA Model for Value in Lean Product Development
Siyam, Ghadir; Gericke, Kilian UL; Wynn, David et al

in Schabacker, Michael; Gericke, Kilian; Szélig, Nikoletta (Eds.) et al Modelling and Management of Engineering Processes: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference 2013 (2014)

Lean product development has been developed and deployed in an effort to enhance company operations. Understanding value is the first step to becoming ‘Lean’. However, the mere translation of value from ... [more ▼]

Lean product development has been developed and deployed in an effort to enhance company operations. Understanding value is the first step to becoming ‘Lean’. However, the mere translation of value from its conventional interpretation in lean production as ``something the customer will pay for`` does not equate to an effective value orientation in product development (PD). In order to better understand the theoretical context of PD value in research, as well as the potential application of a value orientation in practice, further study is necessary. This paper aims to broaden the understanding of PD value by discussing by linking roles in value creation and delivery to different contexts and phases of the product life cycle. [less ▲]

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