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Engineering and Product Development Management

Engineering and Product Development Management
The Holistic Approach

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  • Author: Stephen Armstrong, AMGI-Bywater Management Consultants and University of Toronto
  • Date Published: September 2001
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521790697

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  • This practical guide to the components of engineering management employs a holistic approach. It will help engineers and managers understand how to improve the product development process by deploying new technology and new methods of working in concurrent teams. The book integrates elements from six well-known and understood bodies of knowledge: integrated product development, project management, process management, systems engineering, product data management, and organizational change management. These elements are framed within an overall enterprise-wide architecture. The techniques discussed work for both huge multinational organizations and smaller enterprises. The emphasis throughout is on practical tools for engineers, managers, and consultants responsible for project and product development.

    • Places unique emphasis on the holistic approach to engineering product development
    • Author has excellent credentials as a consultant in engineering management
    • Text includes a wealth of figures and charts for easy access to his approach
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    Reviews & endorsements

    "Stephen Armstrong's book makes a good contribution to the body of knowledge on product development, and deserves a place in the library of any manager working in this area." Mark Crowne, IEE Review

    "Stephen Armstrong's book is an invaluable resource that advocates the integration of technical aspects of engineering with leadership and process management. It is an excellent addition to the libraries of planning, design, and operation engineers, consulting engineers, project and program managers, engineering managers, directors and executives." Daria Babaie, Engineering Dimensions

    "...a practical guide to the components of engineering management..." Business Horizons

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    Product details

    • Date Published: September 2001
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521790697
    • length: 360 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 178 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.84kg
    • contains: 128 b/w illus. 16 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Understanding Engineering Process Management:
    1. The holistic approach to managing engineering operations
    2. An overview of engineering process management
    3. Organization of engineering tasks
    Part II. Applying Engineering Processes to Program Management:
    4. Roles and responsibilities
    5. Approach to program and project management
    6. An integrated team member's guide to performing a task
    7. Program structuring and planning
    8. Risk assessment
    9. Program initiation and execution
    10. Program reviews
    11. Engineering change management and product data management
    Part III. Deploying Engineering Process Management:
    12. Organizing for deployment
    13. Overcoming resistance to change
    14. Implementing IPD - lessons learned case study
    Part IV. Appendices: Glossary
    List of figures and tables

  • Author

    Stephen Armstrong, AMGI-Bywater Management Consultants and University of Toronto
    Stephen Armstrong is a partner of AMGI-Bywater, an international strategic management consultancy. He has a proven track record as a performance improvement expert in technologically complex environments - from individual executive leadership performance to broad enterprise wide improvement. He provides services directly to CEOs, executive teams and steering groups leading various types of performance improvement transformation initiatives. Stephen began his career first as an apprentice, then as a graduate engineer in the aerospace industry, specializing in manufacturing engineering research and development in advanced composite materials. He entered the management consulting profession in 1988 joining KPMG (formerly Stevenson Kellogg Ernst and Whinney) and has developed innovative approaches and proprietary methodologies in the areas of strategic change and future state visioning, business design/transformation, new product development (NPD), Lean process management, ERP implementation, organizational development, and enterprise integration. While at KPMG he earned the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) - the international premier qualification in the profession. In 1993, Stephen undertook his first entrepreneurial venture by developing an integrated product development process that was adopted by numerous aerospace and defense companies. He has adapted performance improvement methodologies to a broad range of industry sectors to achieve dramatic improvements by coaching his clients' self-directed innovation teams within integrated enterprise systems architecture. Stephen has also assisted many CEOs and executive teams to develop stakeholder-driven strategic plans and to resolve key issues of governance at senior management levels. His coaching delivery is based on practitioner-based expertise in change management, operations management, engineering and product development management, technology management and project management. Stephen teaches a Masters cours

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