The Flexible Design Methodology: A Framework to Encourage Manufacturing Companies to Develop Strategic Platform Designs
King, Andrew Mark 2001. The Flexible Design Methodology: A Framework to Encourage Manufacturing Companies to Develop Strategic Platform Designs. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Computing and Technology
|Authors||King, Andrew Mark|
Within a globalised world (where trade crosses almost any natural boundary) the greatest need for any manufacturing company is to stay competitive. One way of achieving this with minimal effort and cost is to extend the life of a design (both the concept and embodiment) by re-using it in future products.
|Keywords||Platform Design; Market, requirement and function analysis; Globalised world and trade|
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|Deposited||10 Mar 2014|
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