Life-cycle design practices at three multinational companies

@article{Shapiro1999LifecycleDP,
  title={Life-cycle design practices at three multinational companies},
  author={Karen G. Shapiro and Allan Leslie White},
  journal={Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment (Cat. No.99CH36357)},
  year={1999},
  pages={116-121}
}
  • Karen G. Shapiro, Allan Leslie White
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    Proceedings of the IEEE…
    1999
  • Engineering
  • Life-cycle design (LCD), the application of life-cycle concepts to the design phase of product development, is emerging as a valuable tool for incorporating environmental impacts and trade-offs as a criterion in product/process design. Because LCD is used as an internal decision-support tool and customized to meet firm-specific needs, its strengths, successes, and limitations remain largely undocumented. An examination of LCD practices at three firms-IBM, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Armstrong… CONTINUE READING

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