Criteria for Evaluating the Success of Large-Scale Engineering Programs
Author(s)Oehmen, Josef; Steuber, Marc
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The success framework describes performance aspects of large-scale engineering programs. It consists of 26 metrics in 5 categories. They are: 1. Enterprise strategy alignment, 2. Performance and quality, 3. Learning and change, 4. Process quality and efficiency, and 5. Financial and business success. It adds to the current literature accounting for added complexity and uncertainty when progressing from the project to the engineering program level. The findings are based on an extensive literature review and validation through an industry focus group.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Lean Advancement Initiative; MIT Sociotechnical Systems Research Center
Proceedings of the 12th International Design Conference (DESIGN 2012)
Oehmen, Josef, and Steuber, Marc. "Criteria for evaluating the success of large-scale engineering programs." Proceedings of the 12th International Design Conference (DESIGN 2012), pp. 103-112, Dubrovnik, Croatia. May 2012.
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