English, Article edition: MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEXITY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY Petra Hlačinová

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  • MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEXITY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
Author
  • Petra Hlačinová
Physical Description
  • article
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  • The article deals with the analysis of tools that are used to manage the increasing complexity that has come out in the automotive industry during the recent years due to significant changes in the business environment. The ability to manage the increasing complexity of the processes and products results into cost savings and significantly contributes to value increase. The introduction is dedicated to presentation of basic trends of the automotive industry. The main attention of the article is paid to the area of complexity management and analysis of tools to manage it within the value chain, mainly focused on the development phase. Aspecial attention is paid to possibility to apply platform and module strategy and to evaluate advantages and disadvantaged accompanying them.
  • platform and module strategy, complexity
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2005:y:2005:i:4:id:212:p:138-153
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  • English
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