Using design performance measurement as a strategy to improve collaborative design

Yuanyuan Yin, Sheng-feng Qin, Ray Holland

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Abstract

This research investigates how to improve collaborative design performance by the implementation of performance measurement. A Design Performance Measurement (DPM) framework is developed to measure collaborative design performance and identify strengths and weaknesses of a design team during a design process. Additionally, it has been found that decision making efficiency is the most important DPM criteria for measuring design team member’s collaborative design efficiency; delivering to the design brief for effectiveness; ability to clear team goal/objectives for collaborative; decision making skill for management; and ability to deliver design competitive advantage for innovation. These results can be used to conduct a precise and accurate DPM in a design project team during a design process.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventD2B- Design to Business: 2nd Tsinghua International Design Management - Beijing
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

Conference

ConferenceD2B- Design to Business: 2nd Tsinghua International Design Management
Period1/01/09 → …

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