-Platform management structures for supporting commonality retention
-Accounting methods for recognizing platforming benefit across product lines
-Strategic management of stakeholder needs in international partnerships
-Network analysis of customer requirements priority
As a consultant, Dr. Cameron works with companies to develop strategies for entering new markets, building flexible product lines and achieving cost savings. Dr. Cameron's clients include Fortune 500 firms in high tech, aerospace, transportation, and consumer goods.
Prior to MIT, Dr. Cameron worked as an engagement manager at a management consultancy and as a system engineer at MDA Space Systems, and has built hardware currently in orbit. Dr. Cameron received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto, and graduate degrees from MIT.
In this webinar, Dr. Bruce Cameron discusses how to better understand how product platforming can deliver ROI for your organization.
Four pitfalls, and more platform insights from MIT’s Bruce Cameron.
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Learn more about principles and methods for analyzing and synthesizing systems architecture in Bruce Cameron's new book, System Architecture: Strategy and Product Development for Complex Systems.
In this webinar, Dr. Bruce Cameron discusses the importance of architecture, outline challenges, and offers ways to address them.
The text teaches programmers and engineering professionals how to examine the DNA of a system to understand its basis for competitive advantage.
Commonality seems like an obviously good thing. Why incur the cost of making different parts for different products if the parts do the same thing? As it turns out, however, commonality is not...
This webinar will explore the contract levers available to firms to incentivize commonality in their supply chains, and will discuss best practices for incorporating feedback into product...
Companies from aerospace to white goods use platforming strategies to deliver more variety to their customers while saving internally by sharing parts and overhead. However, many firms fail to earn...
This chapter by Bruce Cameron introduces the benefits and penalties of commonality (both to the customer as well as the manufacturer), emphasizing the need for anticipation of divergence when...
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