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Unified Unified - - Systems and Labs Systems and Labs Requirements, Teamwork, Competition Requirements, Teamwork, Competition Spring Semester 2004 Spring Semester 2004 SP2 Lecture 16.030-040 Unified Engineering Prof. Charles P Coleman Col. Pete Young 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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Lecture Overview Lecture Overview Importance of Requirements – Case Study Harrier Teamwork Project Management Competition SP2 and Team Assignments 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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Systems Systems • People • Product U.S. Airways – Hardware – Software McDonald's • Process – Procedures AWACS Global Positioning System 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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CDIO CDIO Groups of people: Conceive Design Implement and Operate systems 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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CDIO CDIO Getting groups of people to: Conceive Design Implement and Operate systems is… not easy 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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Teamwork Teamwork MIT - The Collaboration Toolbox http : //web.mit.edu/collaboration/ Systems Problem 1: 1.1 Formulate a Team Mission and Vision Statement 1.2 Create Team Management Plan 1.3 Minutes of Meeting #1 1.4 Agenda for Meeting #2 1.5 List of Action Items 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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When it’s good… When it’s good… • When we started the project, our main goals (printed or not) were to complete the parts of the project the best we could in the time allowed. Winning the competition was certainly not a main goal. The finished product performed WAY beyond what we expected and we could not be more pleased. 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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When it’s good… When it’s good… • I believe that as a team we worked extremely well together. We were tolerant with each other, always trying to maintain constructive criticism and respect each other’s opinion, in every situation. We learned to depend on each other very much and had to pull each other “out of the hole”… 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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When it’s bad… When it’s bad… • There were frustrating moments…The dynamic of my group when we sat together to do a System Problem did not work the way I like. Basically it was a disorganized meeting, with everybody giving ideas but without really reaching a consensus. We could spend 1 or 2 hours without doing any productive work… 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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When it’s bad… When it’s bad… • When we had to divide up the work on the design problems, it seemed like we all just did our stuff and attached it in one ugly mess to turn in…Another period of unorganization” was building the plane. We never knew exactly when we were going to meet….I guess that’s more of a problem of communication , though… 16.030/040 Unified Engineering February 12, 2004 System Problems and Labs
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When it’s bad… When it’s bad…
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