Chapter 8 Change Requests. Chapter 9 Change Lifecycle Cost. Chapter 10 Change Management. Chapter 13 Process Standards and Audits.
Chapter 15 Benchmarking. Chapter 16 Product Manufacturing Software. Reference and Reading List. Chapter 11 Fast Change.
Engineering Documentation Control Handbook
Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Product Documentation 3. Identification Numbers 4.
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Interchangeability and Service Parts 5. Bill of Material 6. Teams and Other Foundation Blocks 7.
Engineering Documentation Control Handbook (eBook)
Document Release and Product Lifecycle 8. Change Requests 9. Change Lifecycle Cost Change Management Fast Change Process Standards and Audits EDC and the Supply Chain Benchmarking Product Manufacturing Software show more.
Expected to ship within 7 - 12 working days. In this new edition of his widely-used Handbook, Frank Watts, widely recognized for his significant contributions to engineering change control processes, provides a thoroughly practical guide to the implementation and improvement of Engineering Documentation Control EDC , Product Lifecycle Management and Product Configuration Management CM.
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The book is packed with specific methods that can be applied quickly and accurately to almost any industry and any product to control documentation, request changes to the product, implement changes and develop bills of material. The result is a powerful communications bridge between the engineering function and the rest of the world that makes rapid changes in products and documentation possible.
With the help of the simple techniques in the handbook, companies can gain and hold their competitive advantages in a world that demands flexibility and quick reflexes - and has no sympathy for delays. Watts guides the reader to harness these tools and techniques for business objectives including Process Improvement and time-to-market. Solid, pragmatic ideas for real product and process cost reduction.
According to one reviewer: most books focus on the basics without examining all facets of each process area or functional area. This may be good for quickly learning, but it will only take the reader so far.
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Watts imparts the same information, but invites the reader to think and to consider strengths and weaknesses of processes and procedures. The copious examples, illustrations and breadth of topics covered make this book "the" reference on EDC and CM.