Dundar F. Kocaoglu
Project Management in Engineering & Technology
This project focuses on techniques that have been successfully applied by manufacturing project managers to ensure that their requirements on concurrently engineered programs are met. Traditional methods for measuring the success of concurrent engineering programs have tended to focus on the manufacturing end and not on the overall program. A method is introduced for modeling the success of concurrent engineering programs that takes account of the time-cost-performance considerations from both engineering and manufacturing perspectives and also the relationship between the two departments. The model is verified with data gathered from several companies.
Murray, D. and Vollmoeller, S., "The Optimized Management of Manufacturing Projects in
Concurrent Engineering Programs" (1994). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1249.