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Project TEAM Responsibility and Application

Project TEAM Responsibility and Application - Team Project...

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Team Project Fall 2010 1
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Essential Skills for Team Project Description To lead/cooperate technical projects, drive innovation, and influence others. What is Project Engineering responsibility: 1. Become more influential 2. Improve your ability to effectively lead projects and teams 3. Identify leadership development goals specific to your individual needs 4. Build relation with your boss and your peers 2
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Many areas? System Design Tradeoff Studies Key Characteristics Cost as an Independent Variable (CAIV) Performance Analysis & Simulation Requirements Development/Management Hardware Product Design Electrical Design Mechanical Design Materials Selection Producibility/ Reliability/Maintainability/Testability Design to Cost (DTUPC) Software Product Design Requirements Analysis and Design SW Implementation S/W Integration & Test System Integration & Test H/W & S/W Integration System Performance Product Delivery Support 3 Many Activities Many Activities
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Characteristics of a Successful Project Team Effective Leader Group of interdependent individuals Complementary skills Shared, meaningful purpose Specific goals Well-defined roles and responsibilities Mutual accountability Collaborative approach Confidence Desire for continuous improvement 4
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“Big M, Little e” PE’s first and foremost responsibility is: M anagement of the e ngineering team’s effort Effective Project Engineers: Are effective team leaders and team builders Display commitment and passion Employ right to left thinking and…planning Show a sense of urgency Are results oriented Are detail focused Have strong communication skills The PE is responsible for program performance Establishing and getting the program off to a good start Managing engineering activities on a program 5
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The PE/EPM Drives the Engineering Effort on a Program 6 The Project Engineer is Responsible for all  The Project Engineer is Responsible for all  Engineering Execution on the Program Engineering Execution on the Program Engineering Cost Engineering Cost Performance Performance Engineering Engineering Schedule Schedule Performance Performance Engineering Technical Engineering Technical Performance Performance Performance Performance Schedule Schedule Cost Cost
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PE/EPM is Key To Program Leadership… 7 Business Business Management Operations Program Management Management Mission Mission Assurance Assurance Material Material Management Management Systems Test Test Engineering Configuration Management Reliability & F/ A PE is Responsible for the Entire Engineering Team PE is Responsible for the Entire Engineering Team Program Manager, Program Manager, XYZ Program XYZ Program System Engineering Software Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Optical Engineering Project Engineering
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The PE/EPM Interacts With Various Teams and Functions 8
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