By Hyeon H. Jo, Hamid R. Parsaei, William G. Sullivan (auth.), Hamid R. Parsaei, William G. Sullivan (eds.)
In the realm of computer-integrated production, concurrent engineering is famous because the production philosophy for the subsequent decade.
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Departments also differ in their time orientation. Production departments may have a very short time frame whereas R&D departments may have a much longer one. Based on their values and time orientation, departments develop their own goals, which mayor may not be consistent with overall organizational goals. As organizations grow, organization structures grow taller, response time slows down and bottlenecks occur. Interdepartmental communication becomes more difficult and barriers arise. Departments build and protect their own turf.
Also, the limiting factor in the air defense of Britain was a shortage of pilots. The Spitfire was a highly maneuverable aircraft but was difficult to learn to fly. Over 1 000 student pilots were killed during wartime training. Thus, the desperate Royal Air Force recruited volunteer foreign pilots, mostly Poles and men from the Commonwealth nations. These foreign volunteers actually shot down 25% of the German aircraft lost to aerial combat during the Battle of Britain. At almost the same time that RJ.
According to Ben Rich (1991) who succeeded Kelly Johnson as head of the Skunk Works, one of the success factors in such an operation is restricting the number of people connected with the project. In the early years of the Skunk Works, this restriction was possible; and several outstanding aircraft projects were developed in record time. These include the F-104 Starfighter and U-2 spy plane. The latter was conceived, built and flown in only eight months while staying within the project budget (Rich, 1991).
Concurrent Engineering: Contemporary issues and modern design tools by Hyeon H. Jo, Hamid R. Parsaei, William G. Sullivan (auth.), Hamid R. Parsaei, William G. Sullivan (eds.)