LGECO Laboratory

Portvendres, France

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Portvendres, France
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Goepp V.,LGeCo Laboratory | Rose B.,University of Strasbourg | Caillaud E.,LGeCo Laboratory
IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline) | Year: 2012

Enterprise modelling has successfully been applied for business process reengineering and manufacturing system design. Its use in other fields such as product design and especially eco-design remains seldom. However the problems encountered are quite similar. Eco-design requires being successful a complete process model. In this context, this paper shows how reference modelling can contribute to this target. Based on the ISO/TR 14062 norm on eco-design, the planning stage of the eco-design process is modelled following the principles of the ISO 19439 norm on enterprise modelling. A real study case illustrates an exploitation possibility of this model. © 2012 IFAC.


Rose B.,LGECO Laboratory | Robin V.,University of Bordeaux 1 | Sperandio S.,University of Bordeaux 1
Competitive Design - Proceedings of the 19th CIRP Design Conference | Year: 2014

Collaboration is an essential factor of the design activities performance. This collaboration occurs between actors suited with varied expertises, coming from various trades and thus building a real network around the design project. It is advisable to manage with effectiveness the follow-up and the capitalization of information exchanged within this network. With the aim of increasing the performance of the design activity, the set up of competence management tools within the design teams is today necessary. However, these competencies management within a framework of collaborative design must answer various challenges. This article presents various proposals to answer them. © Cranfield University 2009.


Mamoghli S.,LGeCo Laboratory | Goepp V.,LGeCo Laboratory | Botta-Genoulaz V.,INSA Lyon | Renaud J.,LGeCo Laboratory
IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline) | Year: 2011

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems are integrated software packages offering a standard solution, which must be adapted and customized to the needs of a company. A consistent alignment between the company and the ERP system influences the success of an ERP project. Decisionmakers have thus to be guided in order to conduct and manage this alignment. In this paper, we define and analyse what we call the 'misalignment risk' in order to have a better vision of this alignment problem. Our analysis allows (1) highlighting the links that exist between this risk and the other ones; (2) setting the related risk factors in the ERP project lifecycle, and (3) underlining the links between risk categories particularly the "project" misalignment risk and risk factors. © 2011 IFAC.

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