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Dashboard-supported approach for feasibility and benefit analysis of Product-Service System-driven business models

Mahl, Tobias; Köhler, Christian; Collet, Philipp; Arnold, Dominik; Lins, Dominik; Kuhlenkötter, Bernd // 2022
Once a company decides to become a Product-Service System (PSS) provider, this inevitably means that the company's business model needs to be transformed. The development of a PSS is thus closely ...

Design Decisions in the Architecture Development of Advanced Systems: Towards traceable and sustainable Documentation and Communication

Pfeifer,  Stefan; Akgül, Didem; Röbenack, Silke; Tihlarik, Amelie; Albert,Bruno; Anacker, Harald; Dumitrescu,Roman // 2022
Documenting and communicating decisions is paramount during the system architecture development of Advanced Systems. Reporting design decisions properly is important since they allow decisions to ...

Design Structure Matrix and Its Applications in Innovation Management

Durango, Ana Cristina (1); Luciani, Francesca (1); De Paula Ferreira, William (2); Armellini, Fabiano (1) // 2022
New product/process development entails technical and managerial complexities, such as coordination among interactions among entities and functions in the supply chain. DSM (Design structure matrix) ...

Knowledge based engineering for formula student

Nordvall, Erik; Tarkian, Mehdi // 2022
The academic competition Formula student engage engineering students all over the world. In this paper, two applications of Design Automation (DA) and knowledge based engineering (KBE) are presented. ...

Modeling and analysis of functional variance of complex technical systems

Bastian Menninger (1), Dominik Wiechel (2), Sascha Rackow (3), Gregor Höpfner (1), Christian Oleff (2), Joerg Berroth (1), Iris Gräßler (2), Georg Jacobs (1) // 2022
Complexity of variances in systems leads to challenges in structuring and in making development decisions. Models can collect system information to make them available and transparent. Currently, no ...

Systematic maintenance action modularization for improved initiative prioritization

Agergaard, Julie Krogh; Sigsgaard, Kristoffer Vandrup; Mortensen, Niels Henrik; Ge, Jingrui; Hansen, Kasper Barslund // 2022
Maintenance action descriptions can easily contain large amounts of variation without describing variation in the actions taken. Especially when plants grow large, this variation makes it difficult ...

Using Taxonomy for Supporting Sustainable Product Design Concept Analysis

Han, Ji; Jiang, Pingfei // 2022
Sustainability is playing an increasingly significant role in product design. Many studies have explored the use of methods or tools to support sustainable product design. However, more studies are ...

Utilising failure history to improve maintenance planning

Didriksen, Simon; Hansen, Kasper B.; Sigsgaard, Kristoffer V.; Mortensen, Niels Henrik; Agergaard, Julie K.; Ge, Jingrui // 2022
Improving decision support in the maintenance planning process by utilising maintenance data is in literature considered to hold a great potential. This study proposes a principle for linking failure ...

A MINIMUM VIABLE SERVICE TO FACILITATE INTERNSHIP FOR DESIGN STUDENTS

Stafseng, Terje // 2021
Internship is an established form of teaching and learning in a variety of study programs. This paper discusses experiences and challenges in organising and implementing internship in the curriculum. ...

A MODEL FOR LEARNING TEAMWORK SKILLS

Tessier, Virginie // 2021
The social practice of design is well implanted in the professional field. Working with others from inside or outside the field is recognized as beneficial for a project’s quality and efficiency. ...

AN ETHICAL APPROACH TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Knutsen, Fredrik Hope // 2021
The product design field is commonly known for focusing on solving the users' needs. However, behavioural design can contribute with a different approach in design education, where the aim is to ...

Coordinating Synchronous Interdependent Decisions In Complex Projects

Kilani, Meriam; Marle, Franck; Vidal, Ludovic-Alexandre // 2021
Oil and gas projects present a wide range of opportunities and issues that challenge decision-making processes. The major challenge addressed here concerns the coordination of multiple interdependent ...

Dedicated vs. Shared Resources in Organizations: Modifying the Design Structure Matrix (DSM) to Support Consolidation Decisions

Yassine, Ali; Worren, Nicolay; Christiansen, Tore // 2021
A key organization design principle is to group interdependent elements in the same clusters. This principle is the basis for the Design Structure Matrix (DSM), which can be used to automate the ...

DESIGNERLY WAYS OF TRANSFORMING DESIGN EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF DESIGN CURRICULA REFORMS WORLDWIDE

Brosens, Lore (1,2); Raes, Annelies (3,4); Octavia, Johannna Renny (5); Emmanouil, Marina (1,2) // 2021
In recent years, the responsibilities of designers in industry have drastically shifted. One of these developments is that designers are increasingly growing into jobs where they need to facilitate ...

EXPLORING THE GENDER STEREOTYPE THREAT THAT WOMEN EXPERIENCE IN TEAM-BASED EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS

Howell, Bryan F.; Westwood, Judith; Fuller, Becky; Jackson, Asa; Rawlings, Rebekah; Hill, Michaela // 2021
Solitary women students participating in male majority design and development teams often experience inadvertent stereotype threat. This paper explores the educational experience of undergraduate ...

GIGA-MAPPING AND KNOWLEDGE OF BOUNDARY OBJECT THEORY IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Kvam, Eva // 2021
New combinations of disciplines allow a better understanding of interconnected modern problems like sustainability. Expanding design education curriculum may improve a designer’s ability to deal with ...

Improving decision making in product modularization by game-based management training

Persson, M., Hsuan, J., & Kvysgaard Hansen, P. // 2021

Standardising maintenance jobs to improve grouping decision making

Agergaard, J., Sigsgaard, K., Mortensen, N., Ge, J., Hansen, K., & Khalid, W. // 2021

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