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Intro1-ed - IE 327 Introduction to Work Design Dr Andris...

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IE 327 - Intro 1 IE 327 Introduction to Work Design Dr. Andris Freivalds Class #1
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IE 327 - Intro 2 IE 327 - Introduction to Work Design (Read Ch. 1 - Intro, history) PURPOSE of course: 1) To improve worker health & safety 2) To improve productivity 3) In industry Not difficult 90-100 = A 80-89.9 = B 70-79.9 = C
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IE 327 - Intro 3 IE Curriculum IE 327 - first introductory (but required) work design course Prerequisites: Math 141, EMech 210 Choose second (also required) work design course: 1) IE 408 – Cognitive Work Design 2) IE 419 – Work Design: Productivity and Safety
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IE 327 - Intro 4 OBJECTIVES (ABET) Design job/workplace to fit the human (1.1) Measure the job with a time study (1.1) Motivate workers to be efficient and safe (1.1) Understand professional and ethical responsibility (5.3) Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context (5.4)
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IE 327 - Intro 5 HISTORICAL CONTEXT - 1 Methods study – improve procedures or the workplace to increase productivity Frank & Lillian Gilbreth Motion Economy - Bricklaying Cheaper by the Dozen
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