Project Management Incorporating Dynamic Simulation & TRIZ

Toshihiro Ioi, Seiichiro Hata, Shigeru Nagami, Hiroshi Okuhara

Abstract


This paper proposes a method for refining a requirements definition in project management that incorporates dynamic simulation. Many studies have been reported on requirements definitions in project management, but there are few studies that use dynamic simulation and examine the refining of a requirements definition. A requirements definition for amanufacturing project is expected to be refined if bottlenecks in the production process arerecognized and if solutions to them are fed back into the definition. This paper proposes a method for refining a requirements definition for a manufacturing project with dynamic simulation(DELMIA), theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ), theory of constraints (TOC), and design to customer needs (DTCN).

Keywords


Requirement definition; Project management; Dynamic simulation; Design to customer needs; TRIZ

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24212/2179-3565.2012v3i2p35-44

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