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osca r d areas programs
OSCA R&D Areas / Programs
  • Inter-enterprise models
  • extended enterprise
  • supply chain
  • collaborative commerce
  • Programs
  • Inter-enterprise
  • Business Integration
  • Knowledge Management
  • e-Manufacturing

Knowledge

Management

Inter-enterprise

Business Integration

  • Portals

Enterprise Architecture

& Framework

Internet, Web, IT Technologies

emerging and standards

collaborative commerce landscape

Product

Life-Cycle Mgmt

Project

Life-Cycle Mgmt

CPC

VPDM

CSC

CCC

Collaborative Commerce Landscape

Collaborative Commerce

CPC = Collaborative Product Commerce

CSC = Collaborative Service Commerce

CCC = Collaborative Construction Commerce

VPDM = Virtual Product Development Management

Source: SouthWest Securities, 2000

definitions web sites

e-Business / c-Commerce

e-Commerce / e-Business

e-Marketing

Definitions: Web Sites

Adapted from Tech Encyclopedia

  • Virtual Community
  • A portal that brings the community of users together, not just for doing business but for both online & off-line interactions & collaboration
  • Promoting community “loyalty & togetherness” to retain customers / users
  • Achieved by providing specialised & personalised applications
  • Portal
  • A Web "supersite" that provides a variety of services
  • Including search, email, discussion groups, directories & user-specific applications
  • Web-Site
  • A site with web pages that provide information & limited interaction
  • Including static pages & forms
  • Eg: Company website

Relationships

Eye-balls

Services

manufacturing enterprise evolution

Focus

is on ...

Manufacturing

Enterprise

Extended Enterprise

Virtual

Community

Target to

satisfy is ...

Management

Customer

End

Customer

Value Chain

Business

construct is ...

JIT/Lean

Manufacturing

Agile

Manufacturing

Agile

Supply Chain

Collaborative Commerce

Which

involves ...

Process Redesign

JIT/Lean

Manufacturing

Collaborative

Processes

Relationship

Management

And is

facilitated by ...

CIM

ERP

Enterprise

Portal

C-Commerce

Portal

Manufacturing Enterprise Evolution

1980’s

1990’s

Early 2000’s

Late 2000’s

e manufacturing

e-Manufacturing

The application of e-business concepts & on-line technologies to manufacturing business processes over a product life-cycle to facilitate the building & maintenance of value chain relationships

portal for value chain integration

Designer

Structured

Query

RFQ

Purchase

Order

Order

Enquiry

Payment

Component Data,

Technical Datasheets,

CAD/CAM/CAE Models,

Videos, etc

Order Status

Delivery

Invoice

Quotation

ACK

. . .

. . .

Supplier #1

Supplier #n

Distributor #1

Distributor #n

Repository of

Component Information

Procurement Engine

Fulfilment Engine

PDM

PDM

ERP

ERP

ERP

ERP

APS

APS

MES

MES

Gintic - Confidential

Portal for Value Chain Integration

ERP

PDM

Purchaser

data dictionary

e-Repository

Data Dictionary
  • Population of Database is Data Dictionary Dependent
  • Same Data Dictionary is used for Search

Data

Dictionary

Product

HTML

Page

I

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Product_n

XML

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Services

Component

Library /

Materials

Collaboration

Management

Supply

Chain

Collaboration Infrastructure

Resources

Gintic - Confidential

Portals & Services

  • Collaborative Product Development
  • EDM / PDM
  • Workflow Mgmt
  • Project Schedule & Cost Tracking
  • Data Exchange Services
  • Test Results/Reports
  • Software Distribution
  • RFQ & Quotation Mgmt
  • Procurement
  • Fulfilment
  • Order Tracking & Mgmt
  • Logistics Tracking & Mgmt
  • Component Repository
  • Knowledge Repository
  • User Account Mgmt
  • Internet Engineering Repository
  • Product Data Administration
  • Mobile Services
  • Utilities
  • Training & Courseware
  • Resource Sourcing
  • Information Hosting
key technologies for e manufacturing
Key Technologies for e-Manufacturing
  • XML
    • For Content Exchange
    • Need common, cross-application semantics
  • ASPs (Application Service Providers)
    • Deploy, host, manage & rent access to an application from a centrally managed facility [IDC, 1999]
  • LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
    • ASP User Access Management
  • Wireless Web
    • Includes WAP/WML & Web phones
    • Ultimate impact is “spontaneous computing”
      • Able to obtain real-time information at any time & any place
xml for data sharing

User_1

User_n

BMEcat

Supplier_1

e-Repository

Gintic

XML

Supplier_n

RosettaNet

XML for Data Sharing

Internet

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Knowledge

Info.

Wisdom

???

Data

  • GartnerGroup’s definition holds that KM harvests and shares intellectual assets for breakthrough results in enterprise productivity and innovation.
  • KM is a discipline that promotes an integrated and collaborative approach to the creation, capture, organization, access and use of an enterprise’s intellectual assets.
  • This “knowledge” comes in many shapes and sizes. It can be stored in databases, printed on paper, integrated into enterprise policies or stored in an employee’s memory. Therefore, KM becomes the task of joining the tacit with the explicit Knowledge
industry trend

Knowledge

Management

Industry Trend

Data Modeling

Info. Modeling

Maturity /

Productivity

Enterprise Modeling

IT guru

predictions

Knowledge ??

Data Management

Information Management

20

10

Time (years)

prototyping

scaling/engineering

lift off

Source:Korr Institute

industry application

Health

Food

Media

Service

IT

Insurance

Steel

Utilities

Finance

Automotive

Real Estate

Industry Application

HIGH

LOW

GartnerGroup 2000

km application area to an enterprise
Knowledge in Process

Organisational Memory

Knowledge in Product & Services

Supplier Knowledge

Market Insights

Customer knowledge

Enterprise Skills Audit

Innovation

Management of Project & Proposal

IT Integration Projects

Fundamental

KM Application Area to an Enterprise

Technologies

Methodologies

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Technologies of KM in the market

  • Leading database management systems vendors claim they provide KM.
  • Document management systems are being renamed to KM.
  • KM is a social-techno process.
  • Exercise machine does not equal exercise for the same reason that, KM technology does not equalKM,
  • KM is something that people “do.” technology help.

Gartner'sGroup Magic Quadrant - 2000

km key enabling methodologies
KM Key Enabling Methodologies
  • Enterprise Knowledge Framework
  • Classification & Mapping
  • Knowledge Modeling
  • Enterprise Knowledge Architecture
km key enabling methodologies1
KM Key Enabling Methodologies
  • Enterprise Knowledge Framework
    • Readiness Assessment
    • Critical Success Factors
    • Skills Audit
    • Benchmarking Framework
    • Establishing Requirements
enterprise knowledge framework

Enterprise Knowledge Framework

Requirements

Definition

Design

Specification

Implementation

Description

Enterprise Knowledge Framework

Information

View

Resource

View

Organisation

View

Knowledge

View

Function

View

  • Current Frameworks
  • Reference Architecture
  • (CIMOSA, PERA or GERAM)
  • 4 VIEWS
  • Function
  • Information
  • Resource
  • Organization

CIMOSA

Extension

Current Frameworks DO NOT SUPPORT

KM or Knowledge Integration

Propose an

Enterprise Framework / Reference Architecture

to support KM or KI

Look beyond ERP-MES-SFC architecture

  • 5th VIEW
  • Knowledge
km key enabling methodologies2
KM Key Enabling Methodologies
  • Classification & Mapping
    • Structure fragmented pieces of information relevant to a particular enterprise or business process
    • Identify the artifacts (tools, templates, repositories/store) and resources (skills) they use
    • Key function for creating an enterprise knowledge portal
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Enterprise Knowledge Modeling

Knowledge Management

Tacit

Explicit

Enterprise Modeling

Meta Meta-Modeling

Business Process Activity

PDM

ERP

MPS / FCS

MES

Cell (SFC)

Controller

Automated

Machine

Automated

Machine

km key enabling methodologies3
KM Key Enabling Methodologies
  • Knowledge Modeling
  • Current models view at business process functions and their related IT systems e.g. ERP, MES, PDM
  • Knowledge is embedded within business process flows. . .
  • Modeling business processes from a knowledge perspective -- how knowledge is generated and leveraged in each step in a work process to support decisions
  • Meta Meta-Modeling

“How did You Solve that Problem?”

Explicit

Tacit

PricewaterhouseCoopers

km key enabling methodologies4
KM Key Enabling Methodologies
  • Enterprise Knowledge Architecture
    • Develop an architecture that outlines the way people think and work.
    • Look beyond ERP-PDM-MES-SFC architecture
    • Focus on KM as a business driver not IT
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Enterprise Knowledge Architecture

Knowledge Agile Enterprise

  • Knowledge asset as a competitive edge - Framework

Business Strategy

  • Knowledge-based business processes - Modeling

Methodology

Business

Processes

  • Context-related knowledge store/repositories
  • KMS - Protals - Class. & Mapping

Applications

& Tools

Technology

  • Knowledge agile enterprise
  • - Architecture

Knowledge Architecture

Information Architecture

  • discovery tools
  • Collaborative technologies
  • Groupware & intranets
  • ERP, PDM, MES Etc.

H/W & S/W Infrastructure

Extended Enterprise Architecture

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Discussion?

Thank You