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sp1_lecture - SP1: System Requirements and Teamwork Unified...

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Unformatted text preview: SP1: System Requirements and Teamwork Unified Engineering Spring 2004 Thu 5-Feb-04 Charles P Coleman, MIT 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 1 Outline Outline Whole semester in four slides! Why? UAC 2004 & SP1 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 2 SP1 Whole semester in four slides! 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 3 Systems People, Product, U.S. Airways Process McDonald's Deliver functionality Global Positioning System AWACS 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 4 CDIO Groups of people: conceive design implement and operate systems 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 5 CDIO Getting groups of people to: conceive design implement and operate systems is not easy 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 6 Keys for Success Design Project Mgmt Teamwork Communication Process Time Analysis Resources Coordination Risk Roles & Responsibilities Motivation! Tools: Tools: Tools: FRDIARRC WBS Comm Plan Gantt Chart Roles & Resp Ground Rules Effective Mtgs 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 7 SP1 Why? 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 8 SP1 Reform of Engineering Education 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 9 Why is Reform Needed? Emphasis on teaching of engineering science. De-emphasis on teaching engineering practice. Students lacking abilities required in real world engineering situations. Widening Gap between engineering education and engineering practice . 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 10 Why is Reform Needed? Pressures to close the gap: Industry creation of desired engineering abilities that should be the outcome of engineering education. Accreditation board adoption of similar outcome and assessment criteria. 5 February 2004 CP Coleman 11 Attributes: Desired Outcomes Boeing ABET Good understanding of Ability to apply knowledge engineering science Ability to design and conduct Good understanding of design experiments and manufacturing Multi-disciplinary, systems Ability to design system, perspective component, or process Understanding of the...
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