This PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) Monograph addresses PLM Strategy and PLM Implementation Strategy, describes their roles, shows how to develop them, and gives examples.
Companies need to develop two strategies for PLM. The PLM Strategy describes how the company's PLM resources (such as product data, product development and support staff, product-related business processes, applications and methods) will be organised and used to achieve the objectives. PLM Strategies are company-specific - they depend on the particular circumstances and resources of the company, and on its particular environment.
Usually, many changes are needed to evolve from the current organisation of resources to the future organisation described in the PLM Strategy. The PLM Implementation Strategy shows how resources will be organised and used to achieve the change from the current environment to the future environment. It's sometimes referred to as the Deployment Strategy or the Change Strategy. A good, well-defined and well-communicated PLM Implementation Strategy enables resources and capabilities to be used to their best during implementation. And it allows everybody to be informed about what's happening.
1. PLM Strategy : Definition, Position, Characteristics; 2. Approaches to PLM : The Strategy-led Approach; 3. The PLM Strategy Team; 4. The Current Situation; 5. Principles of PLM Strategy; 6. Developing the PLM Strategy; 7. Developing the PLM Implementation Strategy and Plan; 8. Next Steps
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