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By J. Norrish

This ebook offers the present state of the art in welding approaches, focusing on industrially major methods and taking a wide-ranging and functional process. This hugely obtainable paintings assumes just a constrained simple wisdom of welding approaches.

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Therefore s/he makes the decision to start a discussion in a dedicated space (foyer) and get the input of experienced colleagues (see Figure 2-9). Figure 2-9: The Foyer The flow of work will move on to the legal department as long as all open issues are resolved. Finally, a real-time meeting is organized among the members of the consortium. The purpose of this meeting is to finalize the bid document. In this context, the document is presented in a whiteboard, where the participants add their comments (see Figure 2-10).

This chapter discusses two standard methods for complexity reduction. One is to consider CPD as a backbone business process within an organization and then break it down into lower-level business processes and decision activities. The other is to consider CPD as a project for developing a specific product. When coming to the decision level, these two methods serve essentially the same purpose: identify and apply the right EBS to support making the decisions most effectively and efficiently. Product Realization and Design Process as Business Processes From a macro perspective, the product realization process (PRP) is a business process widely considered as the critical backbone of a manufacturing (and service) organization.

All stages included in the PDP can be further extended into sublevel business processes that are weaved together with each other and other business processes in the organization. For example, the stage of product design specification (PDS) can be zoomed in to form a sublevel business process &"section"> Work Breakdown Structure in CPD Projects Developing a product collaboratively is a project normally divided into so-called work packages. The concept of work breakdown structure (WBS) plays an important role in project management.

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