Print Email Facebook Twitter Improving project monitoring in subcontracted production projects Title Improving project monitoring in subcontracted production projects: The development and implementation of a functional control framework to support monitoring in subcontracted one of a kind production projects Author De Jonge, W.P.N. Contributor Pruyn, J.F.J. (mentor) Faculty Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering Department Marine & Transport Technology Programme Masters Ship Production (SDPO) Date 2016-05-18 Abstract This paper describes the development and implementation of a framework that localizes steady-state-monitoring in subcontracted mega-yacht-production processes. The control framework modelling this steady-state based on the Delft Systems Approach, strives for continuously improved project monitoring and is comprises subcontractor management- and project control strategies. The framework accompanied by a roadmap for indicator development, supported the implementation of performance indicators. The implementation of performance indicators inspired by the lean production perspective, resulted in improved project monitoring in subcontracted production projects. It has after deployment been proven that the framework contributed to improved project monitoring during outfitting. The effective implementation of five indicators reflecting on various wasteaspects in subcontracted production, demonstrated the potential for root cause analysis and process improvement. Subject Delft Systems Approachcontrol frameworkproduction monitoringsubcontracted production projectimprovementperformance measurementmega-yacht-buildingoperations monitoring To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:c42267b8-d944-496c-9497-c6622b0bb447 Embargo date 2021-05-18 Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2016 De Jonge, W.P.N.