Management of the Product Development Process in the Brazilian Autoparts Industry: Current Practices and Main Problems 2001-01-3924
This paper presents the results of a survey on the practices, problems, performance and trends in the product development process (PDP) management of the Brazilian autoparts industry. Last decade, this industry underwent a broad process of restructuring following the deregulation of Brazilian economy. In general, there is: a wide dissemination of PDP reference models, but they are partly implemented; application of methods and tools to problem solving, but they are poor integrated; use of development teams to carried out the tasks; integration with automakers; and, there is a lack of PDP performance measurement.
Citation: de Toledo, J., Martins, M., Martins, R., Bernasconi, G. et al., "Management of the Product Development Process in the Brazilian Autoparts Industry: Current Practices and Main Problems," SAE Technical Paper 2001-01-3924, 2001, https://doi.org/10.4271/2001-01-3924. Download Citation
José Carlos de Toledo, Manoel Fernando Martins, Roberto Antonio Martins, Gilberto C. R. Bernasconi, Fernanda Menezes Ferrari, Sérgio Luis da Silva, Henrique Rozenfeld
Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Universidade de São Paulo
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