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Developing Quality

Sebastian Schlund
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Safety Engineering University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany

Nico Müller
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Safety Engineering University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany

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Ingår i: 11th QMOD Conference. Quality Management and Organizational Development Attaining Sustainability From Organizational Excellence to SustainAble Excellence; 20-22 August; 2008 in Helsingborg; Sweden

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 33:64, s. 751-762

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Publicerad: 2008-12-09

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ISSN: 1650-3686 (tryckt), 1650-3740 (online)

Abstract

Purpose: The consequent alignment of organizations efforts on requirements towards customer satisfaction sets out the fundament for corporate success. To achieve this objective; the entire life cycle of a product (PLC – Product Life Cycle) has to be considered as relevant for product development. Within the PLC; requirements appear in different instances. Looking comprehensively at the product development process; it seems straightforward to document the information collected during the life cycles of different products and to make it accessible for future development projects.

Approach: This paper presents an approach to reasonably consider; document and link requirements with requirement-relevant instances in order to achieve an improvement to product development. This approach ensures the use of an up-to-date requirement set at each stage of the entire PLC by instantaneously taking upcoming information into account.

Originality/Value: Although the consequent structuring of requirement-relevant instances allows the selective allocation by relevance; all information is documented so that this provides advantages to subsequent projects. With the “reuse” of requirements; this information comes into focus again and the consequent and structured documentation offers the possibility to improve the initial requirement set and therefore to start with a better information base.

Findings: Employing a continuous consideration of requirements; today’s problems in product development may be resolved and the development process may be adjusted to future needs.

Nyckelord

Requirements management; Product development process; Product life cycle

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