Services Practices

Pattern: Engineering Efficiency Empowerment

By Michael posted 03-07-2019 06:14

  

Intent

Recognize friction points between tools and ease them systematically. The full description of this pattern is documented at

eee-check.de

Also Known as

  • Tool Chain Optimization

Motivation

In theory, the process is first defined, then appropriate methods selected for implementation, and finally the appropriate tools set up. In practice, there are different situations and reasons why this order looks different.

Structure

  • A simple four-step process allows you to analyze the status quo an to improve it (see website for details):
    • Step #1: Analysis
    • Step #2: Evaluation of the transitions
    • Step #3: Analysis of bottlenecks
    • Step #4: Optimization of the process steps

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