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Product Lifecycle Management: 21st Century Paradigm for Product Realisation [Format Kindle]

John Stark

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"Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is a new paradigm for product manufacturing … . 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, International Journal of Performability Engineering, Vol. 4 (2), 2008

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Product Lifecycle Management (2nd edition) explains what Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is, and why it's needed. It describes the environment in which products are developed, realised and supported, before looking at the basic components of PLM, such as the product, processes, applications, and people. The final part addresses the implementation of PLM, showing the steps of a project or initiative, and typical activities.

This new and expanded edition of Product Lifecycle Management is fully updated to reflect the many advances made in PLM since the release of the first edition. It includes descriptions of PLM technologies and examples of implementation projects in industry. Product Lifecycle Management will broaden the reader’s understanding of PLM, nurturing the skills needed to implement PLM successfully and to achieve world-class product performance across the lifecycle.

“A 20-year veteran of PLM, I highly recommend this book. A clear and complete overview of PLM from definition to implementation. Everything is there - reasons, resources, strategy, implementation and PLM project management.”
Achim Heilmann, Manager, Global Technical Publications, Varian Medical Systems
“Product Lifecycle Management is an important technology for European industry. This state-of-the art book is a reference for those implementing and researching PLM.”
Dr. Erastos Filos, Head of Sector "Intelligent Manufacturing Systems", European Commission
“This book, written by one of the best experts in this field, is an ideal complement for PLM courses at Bachelor and Master level, as well as a well-founded reference book for practitioners.”
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sandor Vajna, University of Magdeburg, Germany

“This comprehensive book can help drive an understanding of PLM at all levels – from CEOs to CIOs, and from professors to students – that will help this important industry continue to expand and thrive.”
James Heppelmann, President and Chief Executive Officer, PTC

“PLM is a mission-critical decision-making system leveraged by the world’s most innovative companies to transform their process of innovation on a continuous basis. That is a powerful value proposition in a world where the challenge is to get better products to the market faster than ever before. That is the power of PLM.”
Tony Affuso, Chairman and CEO, Siemens PLM Software

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16 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Lots of good text, bad presentation 3 janvier 2005
Par Marcus L - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm very interested in PLM related issues and PLM as a concept has become essential for the company I work for. When I opened this book and tried to read it I became a little exhausted - more than 400 pages with no pictures or figures or charts - only text and pages of various kind of detailed lists. I wonder who are the ones in the core interest group of this book? Certainly not business readers, I personally don't have enough time to or effort to go this through even though I'm very sure that all PLM issues are in place and explained in great detail. From my perspective this is not something to read in a plane.
15 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 At last a great book about PLM 26 septembre 2004
Par Matt Croft - Publié sur Amazon.com
I like this book, it explains PLM well. It needed to be written. A lot had been said about PLM, but nothing authoritative put on paper. But its a long book with over 400 pages and for me it would have been even better with some clear break points. So let me propose some break points for you when you're reading it.

I propose you read it in three parts. The first part would be Chapters 1 to 6, Chapter 9 and Chapters 31 and 32 which would be about about 120 pages long. These chapters make a great introduction, description and justification of PLM. As the title has it, PLM is a new paradigm. These chapters cover the PLM paradigm, which makes sense, but because it is different from the previous view, has a lot of description and examples. This is useful to anyone involved with PLM. Its excellent, innovative and visionary.

Part 2 is the Chapters from 10 to 21. That's about 100 pages of description of how to prepare for PLM. They cover a lot of ground. The end result from these chapters is the PLM plan. They start from not having a PLM solution or strategy, just the need to do PLM. They'd be useful to anyone developing a PLM strategy/plan. Very good to read, and would help you run a company's PLM initiative.

Part 3 for me is the 150 pages or so starting with Chapter 22 and going up to Chapter 30 with a description of how to implement a component of PLM. The implementation of PDM is described. This is life in the trenches compared to Part 2 strategizing. Specific to PDM, but a lot such as financial justification would be similar for other components. Good for the PDM trenches.

Overall, a book I recommend.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A goldmine 23 janvier 2005
Par D. Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a goldmine of high-value material with rich veins of knowledge and experience. It will be highly valued by readers in the Manufacturing sector handling the complexity of developing, supporting and managing products in the global economy.

Nuggets like the PLM paradigm lie on the surface. More highgrade material lies under the surface with even a 30 slide appendix to save you days of work.

Space shuttles, tires, SUV's, drug products, elevators, with collaboratively-developed, globally-used products the need for Product Lifecycle Management is omnipresent. Unless PLM is implemented expect even more problem products. But implementation will take more than management presentations of cool and colorful Powerpoint slides. PLM is a new way of thinking, flying in the face of century-old thinking, and isn't so easy to take aboard.

This is a profound book building the foundations of a new paradigm for product development, realization, use, management. Reading it is an enrichening experience.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best of Breed PLM book 10 novembre 2004
Par Pierre D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this book approximately one month ago. I hesitated because of the price, but finally took the plunge and dived in. Now I recommend it to everyone involved in Product Lifecycle Management. It changed how I saw PLM. If you're in PLM, then it's the book for you. It's good for PLM people whoever they are, users, managers, vendors, integrators, universities, students. It's more than 400 pages long and I consider there's not a page which isn't great value. What is so great? To start with the book is well-structured, readable, and full of useful information, experience and wisdom. There are all kinds of various sections and lists to help you to understand why PLM is necessary, what it includes, its components, examples in various industries, characteristics of a PLM project manager, systems and vendors, why PLM appeals to different managers, and so on.

The first few chapters contain foundation material about lifecycles, products, product data, processes, trends, developments, and are good and useful and could make a book in themselves, but that's just the beginning. Then the book moves on, and linked subjects such as engineering change management, enterprise change management, product liability, patents, intellectual property, lifecycle analysis, sustainable development, re-use, recycling, traceability, and so on, are brought in, and you start to see PLM in a new manner. Another theme in the book is PLM implementation. Along the implementation path there are many intermediate steps, and the book shows how to strategize, plan and implement them, and how to justify the all-important component of Product Data Management. Direct and indirect benefits, NPV and ROI are all covered in detail. A PDM maturity model shows typical steps and related achievements. The books loaded with great examples. It finishes with a great set of presentation slides you can use for your project team or manager today.

I personally appreciate it's not a book just about PLM systems, but on how organizations will manage products across their lifecycles from cradle to grave. The book looks at PLM from different views. It encourages you to think. It encourages you to think of the past, the present and the future. It describes the reality of a product development and manufacturing company. After a while, you begin to wonder how the author can understand so much about your enterprise without having seen it. As his view of the present situation conforms so closely to reality, his vision of the future of PLM is worth reading. The book gets you thinking about the future role of PLM. Eventually the author sees two principal fields of focus for manufacturing companies. These are the enterprise and the product, with ERP controlling one and PLM the other. PLM will give better control of the products, and make it possible for products to benefit the manufacturer and the customer without destroying the planet's environment. PLM will become just as necessary as ERP, which is why I recommend this book to a very wide audience.

A really useful, thoughtful book parts of which I've already read 3 or 4 times.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 read this for a successfull PLM implementation !!!! 14 avril 2005
Par Will W. IV - Publié sur Amazon.com
Its about time a book like this came along. Sure it has strengths and weaknesses, like any other book. Read it for its strengths. But beware of its weaknesses. A weakness, it takes over 400 pages to describe all PLM. A strength, its the only book so far that covers 'real PLM' and not just a slice of PLM. Another weakness, its definition of PLM, 'PLM is the activity of managing a company's products all the way across their lifecycles in the most effective way' is more strategic than many others, this isnt weak-kneed departmental PLM for file management. Next strength though, this robust definition holds good over 400 pages and all the product lifecycle. A weakness of the book is it doesn't have the usual diagrams of PLM seen in many glossy marketing brochures. A strength, it has a set of slides you can build on to make your own presentations. A weakness, Stark the author doesn't offer a quick fix or a quick plug-in technology solutuion or a quick read. A strength, Stark's approach to PLM is innovative, far reaching, complete, business-oriented. A strength, Stark shows great understanding of what all manufacturing companies have in common, and uses it wisely. I see two main uses for this book. Long-term, on the PLM managers desk as a PLM reference. Short-term, great introductory reading for all members of a PLM implementation initiative. This will get them tuned up for a strategic PLM project.
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