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For these areas, departments have been set up to support operational teams in the product creation process. Examples are a Configuration Management, a Data Management, and a Human Resource department. Furthermore outsourcing is supported explicitly. Because the main focus in the improvement initiative was on the two primary process chains, these are presented below. 1 Processes in Practice: The Chains Chain 1. The most important chain 1 processes are depicted in Figure 1. We can distinguish Proposal & Contracting, System Requirements Analysis & Design, Product Development – Integration - Verification & Validation, System Integration Verification & Validation, and Warranty.

Unexpectedly, idle times of staff members are different. 5%. Although all staff members are desired for two subtasks each and required for two subtasks each and the tasks have the same delay distributions, their availability is different. It should be noticed that staff utilisation is identical for each staff member if we consider Using TimeNET to Evaluate Operational Planning Processes 29 Fig. 9. Duration of the entire process for varying firing delays of desired processing – deterministic case Fig.

To evaluate this, the model is changed into two directions. The immediate transition T3 of each task has higher priority than T1 to model that always T3 fires if both transitions are enabled concurrently (desired processing instead of required processing). This can be done by changing the priorities of the transitions T3 of each subpage in the resource model. Additionally the firing delays of transitions StartActivity and StopActivity vary between 1 and 10 (minutes) when they fire under the assignment for desired staff.

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