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LAA-Blog - BPDP2016- F&P Journey

Fisher & Paykel has been designing home appliance products since 1934 and has grown into a global company. The idea to change its product development started to develop in 2005, by exploring options that could help the company solve the challenges it was facing and render it faster to the market. Fisher & Paykel truly wanted to break from the traditional patterns of continuously improving...

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LAA-Blog---1.2.4-CAREL-SBCE-Effectiveness

In 2013 CAREL (an Italian HVAC/R company) began exploring Set-Based Concurrent Engineering (SBCE) to increase their innovation yield and ensure this knowledge-intense part of the product development process is effective and has a stable timeframe. After the initial concept introduction, CAREL established a framework tailored to address its specific needs, while respecting the key principles of this approach. Although the newly established framework resulted in...

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LAA-Blog---1.3.3-CMI-SBCE

In the second half of 2013, CMI Defence, a weapons systems manufacturer from Belgium, started to explore Set-Based Concurrent Engineering (SBCE), its advantages, principles and tools associated with the approach. This is not the first time CMI Defence came across SBCE, but it was the first time they committed to it. The implementation was kicked-off at the engineering department, later followed by a first round...

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LAA-Blog---Lean-Journey-CMI

Continuous growth and market demanding shorter development times, lead CMI Defence, a weapon systems manufacturer from Belgium, to transform its product development approach. In 2013, the company embarked on its Lean Product Development journey by setting up for lean. This initial step aimed at producing a strategic roadmap for the implementation of different lean product development enablers to systematically develop, implement and roll-out several smaller...

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Organisations are continuously pressured to launch new products and services to gain competitive advantage and satisfy highly demanding global market. And most of this pressure is directed towards product development teams, where majority of organisations still follow traditional or so called stage-gate processes. Although stage-gate process works, it is not flexible enough and tends to constrain creativity and innovation.

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