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Title: Standort


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Standortübergreifendes IT-Projektmanagement
Sabine Salowsky Jens-Christian Jessen TRW
Automotive 18-März-2004
2
AGENDA
Item Topic Lead Duration
1 A Profile of TRW Automotive JCJ 10 Min
2 Standortübergreifendes IT-Projektmanagement SaS 20 Min

3 QA







3
A Profile of TRW Automotive
4
TRW Automotive
61,000 Employees worldwide
22,500
32,200
2,600
3,800
5
TRW Automotive
185 facilities in 23 countries
Austria (1) Czech Republic (7) France
(9) Germany (19) Italy (9) Poland (5) Portugal
(1) Spain (14) Sweden (1) UK (18)
Canada (5) U.S. (48) Mexico (9)
China (7) South Korea (4) Japan (6)
Turkey (1)
India (4)
Malaysia (4) Singapore (1) Thailand (3)
Brazil (8)
South Africa (1)
6
TRW Automotive - Advanced TechnologiesActive
Safety
  • Steering
  • Worlds leading developer supplier of electric
    steering systems leading to Steer By Wire
    technologies
  • Braking
  • Leading developer supplier of ABS, VSC, TC -
    developing advanced electronic brake systems
    leading to Brake By Wire
  • Suspension
  • Leading developer of Active Roll Control/Active
    Body Control systems leading to enhanced vehicle
    control/ride comfort
  • Electronics
  • Leading developer of Radar Systems, Advanced
    Sensor Technologies, etc. - key enablers for
    future systems
  • Systems Integration
  • Bringing together all key vehicle systems into an
    integrated vehicle control network

7
TRW Automotive - Key ProductsSteering
Suspension Systems
  • Light Vehicle Steering and Suspension Systems and
    Components
  • Power and Manual Rack and Pinion Steering Gears
  • Control Arms, Suspension Ball Joints,
    Conventional Linkages
  • Electrically Assisted Steering (EAS) Systems
  • EPHS (Electrically Powered Hydraulic Steering)
  • Rack Drive EPS (Electrically Powered Steering)
  • Column Drive EPS
  • Pinion Drive EPS

8
TRW Automotive - Key ProductsBraking Systems
  • Vehicle Dynamic Control Systems
  • Two-wheel and four-wheel anti-lock braking
    systems (ABS)
  • ABS sensors and proportioning valves
  • Traction control systems
  • Vehicle stability management systems
  • Electro-hydraulic braking systems
  • Electronic brake management systems
  • Adaptive cruise control systems.
  • Foundation Brake Systems
  • Disc brake assemblies and components, including
    calipers, rotors, and knuckles
  • Drum brake assemblies and components, including
    drum brakes, hubs and drums
  • Brake proportioning valves
  • Wheel cylinders
  • Brake Actuation Systems
  • Mechanically actuated boosters and master
    cylinders
  • Electronically actuated boosters and master
    cylinders including the patented Electrically
    Controlled Actuation (ECA) and the ECA system
    with Brake Assist

9
TRW Automotive - Advanced TechnologiesPassive
Safety
  • Restraint Systems
  • Collision avoidance restraint
  • Seat Belts
  • World leader in supply and development
  • 4 point restraint system
  • Advanced reversible electric retractor
  • Non pyrotechnic pretensioner
  • Inflatable Restraints
  • Multi-stage and variable output inflators
  • Value driven airbag modules
  • Out of position optimized protection
  • Pedestrian protection
  • Safety Electronics
  • Safe-by-wire Bus architecture
  • Vision systems - classify occupants and their
    position
  • Tire monitoring - monitor tire conditions

10
TRW Automotive - Key ProductsSeat Belt Systems
  • Retractor buckle assemblies
  • Pyrotechnic retractor and buckle assemblies
  • Pretensioners
  • Energy management devices
  • Height adjusters
  • Seat integrated restraints

11
TRW Automotive - Key ProductsInflatable
Restraint Systems
  • The complete air bag system for driver,
    passenger, side-impact, and rollover applications
    in cars and trucks
  • Gas generant, inflator, bag and module assembly
  • Math modeling, crash testing and analysis

12
TRW Automotive - Key ProductsSteering Wheel
Systems
  • Integrated steering wheel systems and air bag
    covers
  • A full range of steering wheels, from base wheels
    to top-of-the-line, that incorporate leather,
    wood, multifunctional switches and integral air
    bag modules

13
TRW Automotive - Key ProductsOther Product Lines
  • Body Control Systems
  • Security Electronics
  • Engineered Fastenersand Components
  • Engine Components

14
TRW Automotive Worldwide Sales
2002 TRW Automotive Worldwide Sales - 10.6
Billion
Chassis Systems (Steering Braking) 6.1 B
Other Automotive 1.4 B
Occupant Safety Systems 3.1 B
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TRW Automotive Worldwide Sales
2002 Sales by Customer - 10.6 Billion
Ford 20
Other 24
Toyota 5
DaimlerChrysler 18
Renault-Nissan 6
Volkswagen 13
General Motors 14
16
TRW Automotive OrganizationExecutive Staff
President Chief Executive Officer TRW
Automotive
Legal Vice President General Counsel
Sales Business Development Vice President
Operations Executive Vice President Chief
Operating Officer
Human Resources Vice President
Finance Vice President Chief Financial Officer
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TRW Automotive OrganizationOperations
Executive Vice President Chief Operating Officer
Steering North America Vice President General
Manager
Braking Suspension Europe Vice President

Steering Europe Vice President
Braking Suspension North America Vice
President
Occupant Safety Systems North America Vice
President
Occupant Safety Systems Europe Vice President
Body Controls North America Vice President
General Manager
South America President
Asia Pacific Vice President
Engineered Fasteners and Components Vice
President General Manager
Engine Components Vice President General
Manager
Body Controls Europe Vice President General
Manager
Purchasing Vice President
Quality Vice President
Operation Strategy Change Management Director
Health, Safety Environmental Vice President
Information Systems VP CIO
Six Sigma Vice President
Engineering, Braking Vice President
Engineering, Occupant Safety Systems Vice
President
Value Management Technical Director
Engineering, Steering Suspension Vice
President
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TRW Automotive OrganizationInformation Systems
Information Systems Vice President CIO
DirectorGlobal EngineeringSystems
Director Global Infrastructure
DirectorIS Europe
Director Asia/Pacific
Director IS North America
Director IS Best Practices
Director Strategic Projects
Senior Manager Corporate Apps
Director Engine Components
Business Manager
Director HRIS
Manager South America
22.10
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TRW Automotive IS Engineering Systems
Role and Responsibilities Internal Customer
Product Engineering, RD, Simulation Scope CAD,
CAD Model Management, CAD Data Exchange, CAE,
Product Data Management, Engineering
Applications, Operating Systems, Hardware
Europe UK North
America Asia/Pacific Steering Braking Occupant
Safety Body Control Fasteners Engine Components
22.10
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TRW Automotive IS Engineering Systems
Engineering Headcount
Europe/UK North
America Asia/Pacific Steering Braking Occupant
Safety Body Control Fasteners Engine Components
2.010
1446
22.10
21
TRW Automotive IS Engineering Systems
Environment CADCAD MMPDMHW/OS
CATIAVPMWorkManagerHP/HP-UX
Pro/ENGINEERCADIMWindchillIBM/AIX
UNIGRAPHICSPro/INTRALINKPC/Windows
Europe/UK North
America Asia/Pacific Steering Braking Occupa
nt Safety Body Control

22.10
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TRW Automotive IS Engineering Systems
  • Current Projects
  • WorkManager Deployment, Workflow, Development
  • Windchill Rollout Europe
  • Catia V5 VPM Integration, CADIM Integration,
    Infrastructure
  • Pro/ENGINEER Upgrade to Pro/INTRALINK 3.3,
    Upgrade to Wildfire
  • Hardware Server Upgrades, Workstation
    Replacement
  • Licensing Negotiations with EDS, Altair, MSC

22.10
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Standortübergreifendes IT-Projektmanagement
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AGENDA
Item Topic Lead Duration
1 PPM was ist das? SaS 2 Min
2 Motivation zur Einführung von PPM SaS 5 Min
3 Status und Methode SaS 8 Min
4 Unterstützung und Hindernisse SaS 5 Min
5 Nächste Schritte SaS 3 Min
6 Literatur / Links





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PPM was ist das?
PPM Program and Project Management
Project zeitlich begrenztes Vorhaben zur Schaffung eines einmaligen Produktes oder einer Dienstleistung
Program Gruppe verwandter Projekte, die auf koordinierte Art und Weise gesteuert werden Element fortlaufender Tätigkeiten
Management Wissen, Fähigkeit, Werkzeuge und Verfahren, um die Anforderungen des Projekts zu erfüllen
Project Life Cycle Zusammenfassung aller Projektphasen
Project Phase Zusammenfassung von logisch verknüpften Projektvorgängen, die einen Liefergegenstand fertigstellen
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Engineering Systems Project
  • ES Project Project (based on PMI) ES project
    criteria (at least one has to be fulfilled)
  • Customer requirement
  • Cross location impact
  • Cross location ES resources required
  • Cross functional resources required
  • Estimated effort

temporary unique
27
Motivation zur Einführung von PPM
  • Verkürzung von Produktentwicklungszeiten
  • Verkürzung von Produktlebenszyklen
  • Zunahme des Komplexitätsgrades
  • Intensiverer Wettbewerb (Globalisierung)
  • Ressourcenverknappung

28
Nach einer Studie der Gartner Group werden
(Quelle http//www.tronsoft.de/it_service/)
  • 28 Prozent aller Projekte abgebrochen
  • 46 Prozent der Projekte sprengen den Zeit- und
    Kostenrahmen
  • Nur 26 Prozent werden planmäßig abgeschlossen

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Warum scheitern Projekte?
  • keine klare Definition der Projekt Inhalte und
    Ziele
  • eine nicht auf das Projekt abgestimmte
    Organisation
  • Unberücksichtigte Risiken
  • Mangel an Teamgeist und Identifikation mit dem
    Projekt
  • Unrealistische Zeit- und Kostenangaben
  • Verzögerte Entscheidungen
  • Zu späte Information und Änderung der Pläne
  • Mangelnde Dokumentation
  • Zu enge Befugnisse des Projektmanagers.

30
TRW Automotive- Engineering Systems
Koordination von lokalen Anforderungen und
Umwandlung in globale Projekte zur Unterstützung
der Strategie
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Gründungsschritte der ES PPM Initiative2003
Jan Feb Mar Apr
May Jun Jul Aug
Sep Oct Nov Dec
Proj.Auftrag Org
Templates Development Projekt Struktur in
Forums
Einführung in ES
5. März 2003 1. Workshop
31 Jul 2003 2. Workshop
  • Hauptphasen des Projektlebenszyklus
  • Konzentration auf 3 Knowledge Areas
  • Scope Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Communication Management
  • Prozesse für
  • Request
  • Initiation
  • Prozesse für
  • Planning
  • Execution
  • Completion

Year end 2004
32
The Project Management Knowledge Areas
  • 1. Project Integration Management
  • 2. Project Scope Management
  • 3. Project Time Management
  • 4. Project Cost Management
  • 5. Project Quality Management
  • 6. Project Human Resource Management
  • 7. Project Communications Management
  • 8. Project Risk Management
  • 9. Project Procurement Management

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ES high level Project Phase Model
Decision Gate
Project Initiation
Project Planning
Project Execution
Project Completion
DG
Request
DG
DG
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Engineering Systems Standard Vorlagen
  • Project List
  • Project Charter
  • Project Organization
  • Project Presentation
  • Project Staffing Plan
  • Open Issues List
  • Project Status Report
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Communications Matrix
  • Project Definitions

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Project Organization
36
Aktueller Status
Status Amount
Request Requested 35
Rejected 0
Approved 26
Project Running 15
Canceled 1
Completed 4
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Was ist neu?
  • Anforderung schriftlich stellen
  • Anforderungen werden durch globales Management
    Team bewertet
  • Projekt Ziel klar definieren (Project Charter)
  • Projektorganisation aufbauen und unterstützen
  • Projektstatus kontrollieren und kommunizieren
  • Projektphasen signieren

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Unterstützung (Meinungen der Endanwender)
  • Zentraler Zugriff auf Projektinformationen
  • Genehmigungsverfahren von Anforderungen durch ES
    Management Team verhindert doppelte Projekte und
    ermöglicht hilfreiche Zusatzinformationen
  • Projektliste ermöglicht einen Gesamtüberblick
  • Projekt Charter unterstützt Übereinstimmung bzgl.
    Projekt Inhalt und Ziele
  • Project Org Chart unterstützt Verständnis für
    Rollen und Verantwortlichkeiten
  • Meeting Minutes sind sehr sinnvoll (nicht nur für
    Projektmeetings)
  • PPM Initiative bringt Klarheit und Struktur in
    die Projekte

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Hindernisse (Meinungen der Endanwender)
  • Zu viel Papierarbeit
  • Woher die extra Zeit nehmen?
  • Die nächsten Schritte sind nicht immer klar
  • Die Projektphasen sind nicht komplett verstanden
  • Die Zustimmung der Fachbereiche für
    Projektorganisation und Decision Gates ist schwer
    zu bekommen
  • Einschränkungen durch Hilfstool als
    Zwischenlösung
  • Download / upload from documents
  • Access from others
  • Manually check of data consistency

40
Project Timeline 2004 Milestones, major
objectives
Jan Feb Mar Apr
May Jun Jul Aug
Sep Oct Nov Dec
Ongoing coaching for ES project managers
data cleanup
Educate Engineering
22 Jan 2004 4. Workshop
22 Apr 2004 5. Workshop
22 Jul 2004 6. Workshop
21 Oct 2004 7. Workshop
  • Lessons Learned
  • Expectations for 2004
  • improve process doc.
  • improve training doc.
  • consolidate mand. doc
  • standardized mandatory templates
  • phase end checklist
  • process for forum access for others
  • ROI calculation process
  • clarify roles responsibilities
  • tools templates planning phase

12 Aug 2004 ES all hands meeting
Year end 2004
  • update training for ES

Year end 2004
  • clarify project lifecycle

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Project Timeline 2005 Milestones, major
objectives
Jan Feb Mar Apr
May Jun Jul Aug
Sep Oct Nov Dec
Ongoing coaching for ES project managers
expand initiative into whole IS Organization
Ressource Management
PPM software selection and introduction
Jan 2004 8. Workshop
22 Apr 2004 5. Workshop
22 Jul 2004 6. Workshop
21 Oct 2004 7. Workshop
  • define requirements for
  • PPM software

Year end 2004
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Vorgehensweise zur Einführung von PPM
  • Voraussetzung
  • Unterstützung durch das Top Management
  • Wille zur Veränderung
  • Vorgehensweise
  • Regelmässige Workshops zur Ausarbeitung der
    Methodik
  • Schrittweise Einführung und Verbesserung der
    Methodik
  • Miteinbeziehen der Endnutzer
  • Methodik vereinfachen -gt erhöht die Akzeptanz
  • Möglichst lineare Abläufe
  • Keine Flußdiagramme sondern Checklisten
  • Vorleben durch das Management
  • Training Coaching
  • Kommunikation
  • Zwischenlösungen zur Unterstützung der Methodik
  • Projekt Management Software auswählen und
    einführen

Geduld !
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Literatur
  • PMBOK Guide Ausgabe 2000 (neuere Ausgabe bereits
    erhältlich)
  • A Guide to the Project Management Body of
    Knowledge
  • Herausgeber Project Management Institute, Inc.
  • ISBN 1-930699-21-2 (Offizielle deutsche
    Taschenbuchausgabe)
  • ISBN 1-880410-23-0 (Englische Taschenbuchausgabe)
  • ISBN 1-880410-22-2 (Englische gebundene Ausgabe)
  • ISBN 1-880410-25-7 (Englische CD-ROM)
  • Projektmanagement Das Wissen für eine
    erfolgreiche Karriere
  • Autor Bruno Jenny
  • 2003, vdf Hochschulverlag AG an der ETH Zürich
  • ISBN 3 7281 2852 x

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Links
  • PMI (Project Management Institute) Homepage
  • http//www.pmi.org/info/default.asp
  • GPM (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Projektmanagement
    e.V.)
  • http//www.gpm-ipma.de/
  • Projekt Magazin Das Fachmagazin im Internet
    für erfolgreiches Projektmanagement
  • http//www.projektmagazin.de/
  • IHK-Online Akademie
  • Kurzbeschreibung Online-Workshop
    Projekt-Management
  • http//www.ihk-koblenz-biz.de/infoskript/infoskrip
    t/info.html

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