Complexity in Managing Modularization
Publikation: Forskning - peer review › Konferenceartikel i proceeding
In general, the phenomenon of managing modularization is not well known. The cause-effect relationships between modularization and realized benefits are complex and comprehensive. Though a number of research works have contributed to the study of the phenomenon of efficient and effective modularization management it is far from clarified. Recognizing the need for further empirical research, we have studied 40 modularity cases in various companies. The studies have been designed as long-term studies leaving time for various types of modularization benefits to emerge. Based on these studies we have developed a framework to support the heuristic and iterative process of planning and realizing modularization benefits.
|Titel||2011 International Conference on Information management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering|
|Udgiver||IEEE Computer Society Press|
|Konference||2011 International Conference on Information management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, 26-27 November, 201,1 Shenzhen, China|
|Periode||26/11/11 → 27/11/11|