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Designing Supply Chains for New Product Development by Antonio Arreola-Risa, Barry Keys

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Index

A

Accommodating design changes

case study, 37–38

stage-gate internal alignment issues, 35–37

B

BAM. See Business allocation model

Bill of material (BOM), 13, 68

BOM. See Bill of material

Bottleneck category, supplier relationship, 11–12

Business allocation model (BAM), 66–67, 72–73

Business variability

catastrophic events, 81–82

normal, 81

process yield, 81

supplier, 81

C

Catastrophic events, 81–83

Catastrophic events input screen, 84

Commercial risk, 57

Common-sense allocation, 86, 88

Conventional learning curve, 42, 46

Cost modeling

business allocation model, 66–67

high-level risk model, 63–66

supplier diversification

common-sense allocation, 86, 88

optimal allocation, 88–89

supplier input variables

catastrophic events, 81–82

normal, ...

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