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Framework to Aid Process Maturity Model Definition for Product Development in Global Environment
Published October 20, 2008 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
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Event: Convergence 2008
The speed of innovations and pressure for reducing cost has forced automotive industry to move towards standardization. This standardization enhances the ease and success of Global Product Development (GPD) from a technology viewpoint. However, for overall success, an effective process model shall, additionally, support GPD. The process needs of the present day GPD programmes and more so the future ones, heavily, challenge the prevalent process maturity models. This paper presents a process framework that can be adapted by the industry to achieve industry-wide process maturity for GPD.
|Aerospace Standard||Fuel Pump Thermal Safety Design|
|Technical Paper||Signal Processing for Reliability - Based Laboratory Test|
|Magazine Issue||Automotive Engineering International 2004-08-01|
CitationSomashekhar, R., "Framework to Aid Process Maturity Model Definition for Product Development in Global Environment," SAE Technical Paper 2008-21-0040, 2008.
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