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Detailed review of: 


Product Lifecycle Management:
21st Century Paradigm for Product Realization

Publishers

:

Springer, London

 

Editor

:

John Stark

 

Title

:

Product Lifecycle Management: 21st Century Paradigm for Product Realization

 

Year of Publication

:

2006 (3rd Printing)

 

Pages

:

441

 

ISBN

:

1852338105

 

Reviewer

:

Krishna B. Misra

 

Status

:

Review published in IJPE, Vol, 4, No. 2, April 2008, p. 182. 


The book consists of 32 chapters arranged as follows:

Chapter 1: Executive overview of PLM

13 Pages

Chapter 2: Introduction to PLM

22 Pages

Chapter 3: Progress depends on retentiveness

12 Pages

Chapter 4: The opportunities and benefits of PLM

10 Pages

Chapter 5: The rationale for PLM

16 Pages

Chapter 6: Different views of PLM

8 Pages

Chapter 7: You start here- in the details of the PLM swamp

20 Pages

Chapter 8: PLM has the answers

8 Pages

Chapter 9: Some components of PLM

16 Pages

Chapter 10: Uncoordinated incoherent improvement initiatives

8 Pages

Chapter 11: Coherent vision, strategy, plan, resources, metrics

6 Pages

Chapter 12: A company's PLM Vision

8 Pages

Chapter 13: The process of PLM Visioning

12 Pages

Chapter 14: Structure for PLM Vision

6 Pages

Chapter 15: A strategy to achieve the vision

10 Pages

Chapter 16: Industrial strategies

6 Pages

Chapter 17: Principles for the PLM strategy

12 Pages

Chapter 18: Preparing for the PLM strategy

4 Pages

Chapter 19: Developing a PLM strategy

10 Pages

Chapter 20: Strategy identification and selection

12 Pages

Chapter 21: Change management for PLM

16 Pages

Chapter 22: PDM, an essential enabler for PLM

16 pages

Chapter 23: Reasons for implementing a PDM system

36 pages

Chapter 24: Forewarned is forearmed

20 Pages

Chapter 25: Financial justification of PDM

12 Pages

Chapter 26: FAQs about implementation and use

16 Pages

Chapter 27: Barriers to successful implantation of PDM

16 Pages

Chapter 28: Examples of PDM implementation

18 Pages

Chapter 29: Maturity model for PDM

16 Pages

Chapter 30: The PDM Project

24 Pages

Chapter 31: PLM functionality and systems

10 Pages

Chapter 32: Future developments

20 Pages

Index

5 Pages

 

     Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is a new paradigm for product manufacturing, as it enables a 

Product Lifecycle Management
a company to manage its products all the way across their lifecycles in the most effective way. In today's highly competitive global markets, it helps companies meet the increasing demands of the customers, innovates and develops products and gets them to market faster, provides better support for their use and manages their end-of-life. PLM brings together several activities such as Computer Aided Design, Product Data Management, Sustainable Development, Enterprise Resource Planning, Life Cycle Analysis and Recycling. The book introduces PLM and explains its importance from both the business and technical viewpoints, supported by examples; it explains how world-class engineering and manufacturing companies are implementing PLM successfully. The book provides brilliantly a holistic view of product development, support, use and disposal for industry worldwide, based on experience with internationally renowned companies. This book is a must for all product manufacturing companies of 21st Century

Krishna B. Misra

 

Review published in the International Journal of Performability Engineering, Vo. 4, No. 2, April 2008, p. 182.

 

 

Review published in the International Journal of Performability Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 2, April 2008, p. 182.

 
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