By George E. Dieter
ASM guide, Vol. 20: fabrics choice and layout
Materials choice and layout is a finished reference at the simple thoughts, methodologies, and knowledge assets facing fabrics choice and its integration with engineering layout methods. It makes the relationship among layout and fabrics engineering.
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Dixon, University of Massachusetts (Professor Emeritus) Best Practices of Product Realization This section very briefly describes a number of the practices, called best practices, used by successful firms to achieve the goals of quality, cost, time-to-market, and marketing flexibility (Ref 15). Traditionally, cost was considered of paramount importance, and no one would argue that cost is unimportant. However, in the 1980s, quality, defined very broadly, became equally or possibly more important.
Typically, a sequence of customer statements will have one associated activity. Activities differs from customer needs in that activities label what the customer is doing (not the product) when a group of needs are expressed about the product. After column 5 is completed, the activities are transcribed onto index cards and sorted into another affinity diagram (Fig. 3). The number of cards for each activity can indicate how typical each is. The initial and final activities should be highlighted, so that the team can help system-engineer the environment within which the product will be used.
There are countless potential buyers. Several tasks, discussed below, must be completed in order to develop a statistically valid customer needs list. Gathering Customer Need Data Reference 8 is an excellent management science reference on customer requirements. Reference 9 provides a total quality management perspective. Some of the techniques for constructing a list of customer needs include using the product, circulating questionnaires, holding focus group discussions, and conducting interviews.