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Title: EIN 6133 Enterprise Systems Engineering


1
EIN 6133Enterprise Systems Engineering
  • Chin-Sheng Chen
  • Florida International University

2
T6 Engineering process
  • Engineering process
  • Need and specification
  • Modeling and analysis
  • Functional design
  • Implementation design

3
The ESE Framework Re-visit
Enterprise element Work Decision Resource Information
System facet Strategy Competency (capability) Capacity Structure
Engineering activity Specification Analysis Design implementation
Performance measure Quality Time Cost Benefit (profit)
4
Readings References
  • Readings
  • HEA Chapter 2
  • Reference
  • Product design and development by Karl Ulrich and
    S. Eppinger, McGraw-Hill, 2002

5
Engineering process need and specification (1)
  • Need, definition
  • An attribute of a potential system (product) that
    is desired by the customer.
  • Other names customer attributes, customer
    requirements
  • Guideline for need statements
  • Express the need in terms of what the system
    (product) has to do, not how.
  • Express the need as specific as possible
  • Use positive, not negative phrasing
  • Express the need as an attribute of the system
    (product).
  • Avoid using the words must and should.
  • Organize needs into a hierarchy
  • Establish their relative importance

6
Engineering process need and specification (2)
  • Specification, definition
  • A precise description of what the system
    (product) has to do.
  • A specification has a metric and a value. A value
    may take on several forms such as a number or a
    range.
  • A specifications is a set of the individual
    specifications.
  • Other terms used
  • system (product) requirements, engineering
    characteristics, technical specifications

7
Engineering process need and specification (3)
  • Specification types
  • Target specifications
  • Preliminary, ideal specifications
  • Final specifications (in the contract book)
  • Final specifications depend on
  • what customers needs,
  • what is technical and economic feasible and
  • what our competitors offer in the market place.

8
Engineering process need and specification (4)
  • Metrics
  • The most useful metrics are those that reflect as
    directly as possible the degree to which the
    system (product) satisfies the customer need.
  • Metrics must be precise and measurable such that
    meeting specifications lead to satisfaction of
    the related customer needs
  • A need may be translated into more than one
    metrics, and one metrics may satisfy one or
    multiple needs.

9
Engineering process need and specification (5)
  • Setting metrics value
  • Competitive benchmarking
  • Set ideal and marginally acceptable target
  • Develop technical and economic models to assess
    feasibility
  • Use the above data to create competitive maps and
    conduct trade-off analysis

10
Engineering process need and specification (6)
  • Hierarchy of system specifications
  • Each system (product) may have a hierarchy of
    subsystems (products).
  • Each subsystem has its specifications
  • Therefore, the overall specifications for the
    system must be decomposed (or flowed down) to
    hierarchical sets of specifications, one for each
    subsystem.

11
Engineering process modeling and analysis (1)
  • Model, definition
  • Analytical or physical approximation of the
    system (product), used as a tool for predicting
    the values of the metrics for a particular set of
    design decisions
  • Models can be focused or comprehensive, depending
    on the degree to which they implement all of the
    attributes of the system (product).
  • Various models (including prototypes) may be
    developed to support the engineering process
    including system specification, engineering
    analysis, functional design, and implementation
    design.
  • Modeling
  • the process for creating a model that reflects a
    desired system representation for understanding,
    assessment, and/or communication.
  • Two well-known models AS-IS and TO-BE.

12
Engineering process modeling and analysis (2)
  • Analysis, Def.
  • An engineering activity that uses a mathematical
    means or an engineering tool (such as a system or
    its model) to
  • understand and assess its behaviors and
  • Determine its desired end and the most efficient
    method of obtaining this (that is, to seek an
    optimal technical solution)
  • It may be exercised in all engineering phases.
  • Engineering analysis types
  • A technical decision for
  • A specification
  • A system (product) solution approach
  • A functional design
  • An implementation design

13
Engineering process modeling and analysis (3)
  • Engineering analysis
  • ESE focus
  • The system level of engineering analysis
  • The ESE analysis activity at system level
  • Input
  • System (product) specifications
  • Output
  • A technical solution approach
  • A conceptual design, for example

14
Engineering process modeling and analysis (4)
  • Example of engineering analysis I
  • A die design
  • Analysis issue whether to use a progressive die
    or engineering dies.
  • Technical solution approach use a sequence of
    engineering dies
  • Output the WIP shape and size specification for
    each engineering die and its QA guidelines.
  • Example of engineering analysis II
  • An enterprise system design
  • Analysis issue whether to use client-server or
    web-based system
  • Solution use a hybrid approach of client-server
    and web-based.
  • Output Interface and response time
    specifications.

15
Engineering process functional design (1)
  • Functional design, def.
  • An activity that translates a conceptual design
    into an engineered system (product) design which
    meets the functional requirements as specified.
  • It should include industrial design, such as
  • use interface design and usability
  • Security and safety design
  • Functional design types
  • Architectural design
  • System architecture
  • Subsystems architecture
  • Components design

16
Engineering process functional design (2)
  • Architecture, Def
  • A drawing (or structure) of something
  • A representation of all the processes involved in
    the life cycle of the something.
  • System architecture, Def.
  • A scheme by which the functional elements of the
    system are arranged into physical blocks and by
    which the blocks interact.

17
Engineering process functional design (3)
  • Architectural design output (product)
  • Geometric layout
  • Assembly model
  • Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Relationships
  • Fundamental interactions
  • Incidental interactions
  • Flow designs
  • Coolant flows,
  • Mechanical electrical flows
  • Material channels (runways)

18
Engineering process functional design (4)
  • Architectural design output (physical system)
  • Geometric layout
  • Plant layout
  • List of plant components
  • Relationship
  • Fundamental interactions
  • Incidental interactions
  • Flow designs
  • Aisles, staircases, driveways, conveyers

19
Engineering process functional design (5)
  • Architectural design output (Computer/ Management
    Systems)
  • Layout design
  • Menu layout (organization chart)
  • Listing of menu items (components)
  • Relationship design
  • Flow design
  • information and work flows
  • Business processes
  • Communication channels

20
Engineering process functional design (6)
  • Components design
  • For product
  • Competency and specifications
  • 2D/3D part drawings
  • For physical system
  • Competency and specifications
  • 2D/3D component drawings
  • For managerial system
  • Competency and specifications
  • functional procedures and diagrams, flowcharts,
    formulas, report, etc.
  • For computer system
  • Competency and specifications
  • Detailed object models, dynamic models,
  • functional procedures and diagrams, flowcharts,
    formulas, report, etc.

21
Engineering process functional design (7)
  • The three system layers - revisit
  • Physical system
  • Management system
  • Computer management system

22
Engineering process implementation design (1)
  • Implementation design
  • Implementation approach
  • System-wide implementation plan
  • Detailed implementation plan
  • Deployment design
  • Deployment approach
  • (Process modeling and analysis)
  • Installation process design
  • Training design
  • Data migration design
  • Validation design
  • Switch-over design

23
Engineering process implementation design (2)
  • For product design
  • Technical solution approach
  • Manufacturing technology
  • For example, material deformation (casting,
    molding, die-forming, crystal growing, etc.),
    removal (machining), or joining (welding)
  • System-wide implementation plan
  • Assembly process plans
  • Component implementation plan
  • Component process plans

24
Engineering process implementation design (3)
  • For physical system design
  • Technical solution approach
  • Implementation technology
  • For example, use modular or integrated approach
  • System-wide implementation plan
  • High-level project action plan
  • Component implementation plan
  • Component process plans

25
Engineering process implementation design (4)
  • For managerial systems design
  • Technical solution approach
  • Implementation technology
  • For example, use modular or integrated approach
  • System-wide implementation plan
  • System-level implementation plan
  • Component implementation plan
  • Component implementation plan

26
Engineering process implementation design (5)
  • For computer system design (1)
  • Technical solution approach
  • Implementation environment tools
  • For coding C vs. Java
  • For structure 3-layer vs. integrated

27
Engineering process implementation design (6)
  • For computer system design (3)
  • System-wide implementation plan
  • Project management
  • Change management and version control
  • Packaging and installation process
  • System implementation plan
  • Guidelines for code structure, user interface
    design and documentation
  • Library of system standard components
  • Testing
  • Test policy and guidelines
  • Classes of tests
  • Expected software responses
  • Performance bounds
  • Identification of critical components
  • System debugging
  • Policy and strategy

28
Engineering process implementation design (7)
  • For computer system design (3)
  • Component implementation plan
  • Flow implementation design
  • Program interface, flowchart, variables,
    parameters.
  • User interface implementation design
  • Interface details, messages design, on-line help
    search
  • Form design
  • Data design (internal, global and temporary data
    structure in implementation, variable
    conventions)
  • Software interface
  • Machine interface and system interface
  • Database implementation design
  • Table list, definition, and relationship

29
Engineering process implementation design (8)
  • Deployment design (1)
  • Deployment approach
  • Unit by unit, or function by function
  • Top down or bottom up
  • Installation (upgrade) process design
  • Automatic or manual
  • Training process design
  • Development of use cases
  • Training programming
  • by unit or by function
  • Top down or bottom up
  • Online training

30
Engineering process implementation design (9)
  • Deployment design (2)
  • Data migration/entry process design
  • Automatic or manual entry
  • Validation process design
  • by phase or one time
  • Switch-over process design
  • Gradual or one time

31
Engineering process with focus on methods and
techniques (1)
  • ESE is different from other enterprise
    system-related efforts in its emphasis for
    development and application of methods and
    techniques to each engineering activity. They
    are
  • Specification methods and techniques
  • Modeling and analysis methods and techniques
  • Design and optimization methods and techniques
  • Implementation planning methods and techniques

32
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (2)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process
  • Create (specify) strategic identity
  • Conduct strategic analysis
  • Formulate (design) strategy
  • Develop strategy implementation plan

33
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (3)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process (1)
  • Create the strategic identity
  • Define a mission
  • Develop a vision
  • Declare strategic intent
  • Identify core work (product/service)

34
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (4)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process (2)
  • Conduct strategic analysis
  • Develop an industry foresight
  • Identify current market, product/service and
    resource concepts
  • (Identify required new competencies)

35
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (5)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process (3)
  • Design (formulate) strategy
  • (Develop a balanced portfolio of capabilities)
  • (Develop a resource and capability acquisition
    agenda)
  • Strategically position the company
  • Create generic product strategies
  • Develop generic market strategies

36
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (6)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process
  • Design (formulate) strategy (3-1)
  • Strategically position the company (as a
    prospector, analyzer, defender or reactor),
    according to
  • Org. readiness for risk taking
  • Readiness for developing new products
  • Technological orientation
  • Administrative orientation (type of company
    control)

37
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (7)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process
  • Design (formulate) strategy (3-2)
  • Create generic product strategies
  • Low cost or price differentiation
  • Image differentiation (distinctive design)
  • Support differentiation (after-sales service)
  • Quality differentiation
  • Design differentiation (added, improved
    production functionality)
  • Penetration strategy
  • Bundling strategy
  • Market, product and diversification strategies

38
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (8)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process
  • Design (formulate) strategy (3-3)
  • Develop generic market strategies
  • Size and diversity
  • Location (local, regional, national, global)
  • Stage of evolution
  • Emerging market
  • Established market
  • Eroding market
  • Erupting market

39
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (9)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process
  • Develop strategy implementation plan (4-1)
  • Plan to articulate and codify strategy, by
    translating it into
  • Strategic vision
  • Strategic objectives
  • Key success factors
  • (Key performance indicators)
  • (Key personal performance indicators)
  • Plan to evaluate strategy
  • For consistency, consonance, advantages, and
    feasibility

40
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (10)
  • Enterprise strategy engineering process
  • Develop strategy implementation plan (4-2)
  • Plan to elaborate strategy
  • Transform the strategy into executable and
    operational plans in strategic and annual plans
  • Plan to promote strategy
  • To be advertised, debated, understood, and
    accepted by all employees
  • Plan to execute strategy
  • For launch of projects to implement the strategy
  • For carry-out of projects via execution actions,
    monitoring, and control
  • For evaluation of project success and strategy
    performance

41
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (11)
  • Enterprise competency engineering process
  • Specify enterprises competency gaps, based on
    vision and strategy plans for product/service
  • Identify required new competencies
  • Conduct analysis for a technical approach to
    bridging the time-phased competency gaps
  • Identify a solution approach such as buying
    (licensing or outsourcing), cultivating, and/or
    co-developing.
  • Design a competency acquisition map
  • Develop a balanced portfolio of capabilities
  • Create a resource and capability acquisition
    agenda
  • Develop an implementation plan for securing
    required competencies
  • Develop a hiring training plan for in-house
    resource acquisition
  • Develop a competency qualification plan for
    external resource acquisition

42
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (12)
  • Enterprise capacity engineering process
  • Specify enterprises capacity gaps, based on
    vision, strategy, and competency.
  • Identify required new capacity
  • Conduct analysis for a technical approach to
    bridging the time-phased capacity gaps
  • Identify a solution approach such as buying
    (licensing or outsourcing), or cultivating a
    resource (a machine, a worker, or a computer
    system including an ERP system)
  • Design a capacity acquisition/decommission map
  • Develop a balanced portfolio of capacity
    requirement
  • Create a resource acquisition/decommission agenda
  • Develop an implementation plan for meeting
    time-phased capacity requirement
  • Develop a hiring training plan for in-house
    human resource
  • Develop an acquisition plan for qualified
    external resources
  • Develop decommission plan for excessive resources

43
Engineering process activity methods and
techniques (13)
  • Enterprise structure engineering process
  • Define enterprise system structural
    specifications, based on vision strategy,
    competency, and capacity requirement for
    product/service
  • Conduct analysis for a technical approach to
    enterprise system structuring
  • Decide on a conceptual solution such as a job
    shop vs. a cellular shop
  • Furthermore, possible migrating from a job-shop
    structure to a cellular layout over time
  • Design an enterprise system structure
  • Enterprise structural design for physical,
    managerial, and computer systems
  • Enterprise component design for the three system
    elements
  • Develop an implementation plan for enterprise
    system structure
  • Implementation plan for physical, managerial, and
    computer systems structure
  • Implementation plan for physical, managerial, and
    computer systems component.

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T6 Home work
  • Identify and classify 2 ESE tools that could be
    used to perform an engineering activity with.
  • Due next week.
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