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REFLECTION IN AGILE LEARNING-TEACHING PROCESSES

Inkermann, David; Lembeck, Hendrik; Brandies, Alexander; Vietor, Thomas // 2019
Modern technology, economy, organizations and social systems are characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Therefore, distinctive competencies in reflecting own thoughts and ...

Testing the robustness of circularity indicators: empirical insights from workshops on an industrial product

Saidani, Michael; Cluzel, Fran // 2019
Monitoring properly the circularity performance of technical products is a point of increasing importance. Yet, evaluating the circularity potential of products during (re)design and development ...

The cost of learning from failures and mistakes in product design: Reviewing the literature

Shafqat, Ali (1); Oehmen, Josef (2); Welo, Torgeir (1); Willumsen, Pelle (2) // 2019
In the design phase of product development (PD) process, most new products face significant uncertainties and risks. Uncertainty is typically associated with a lack of information, while learning is ...

The first steps towards innovation: A reference process for developing product profiles

Wilmsen, Miriam; D // 2019
Successful companies spend many of their resources in the initiation and realisation of innovation projects, which might be successful at the market. Especially in the early phase of these projects, ...

The Product Developer in the Centre of Product Development: A Systematic Literature Review on describing Factors

Albers, Albert; Heimicke, Jonas; Spadinger, Markus; Degner, Nadine; Duehr, Katharina // 2019
In the uncertain process of product development, the developer is decisively responsible for product success. He operates in a complex environment that directly influences his synthesis and analysis ...

Toward Better Design-related Decision Making: A Proposal of an Advanced OODA Loop

Vettorello, Mattia; Eisenbart, Boris; Ranscombe, Charlie // 2019
To be successful in innovation, organisations need to be dynamically adaptable to novel situations to avoid getting ?left behind?. Yet, they face vast uncertainties stemming from unforeseeable ...

Towards an uncertainty framework for Product Service Systems of Systems

Fakhfakh, Sarra (1,2); Hein, Andreas Makoto (1); Jankovic, Marija (1); Chazal, Yann (2) // 2019
Product Service Systems (PSS) are increasingly complex and collaborative. For instance, manufacturing companies, service providers, and other companies collaborate and jointly develop and operate a ...

Understanding the initial requirements definition in early design phases

Song, Young-Woo; Herzog, Michael; Bender, Beate // 2019
The definition of initial requirements in the early phase of product development is characterised as a decision process under highest uncertainties. Studies show that projects often deviate from ...

Using Open Source Code Libraries for Robust Design Analysis

Otto, Kevin; Wang, Jiahui; Uyan, Tekin // 2019
The design of systems today often involves computer simulation to assess performance and design margins. Understanding how variability erases design margin is important to assure adequacy of margins, ...

Variation analysis of design parameters of fibre-reinforced plastic parts

Franz, Michael; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
Lightweight Design as an engineering domain is becoming more and more important in terms of sustainable mobility. Therefore, a large number of researchers is developing methods for utilisation of ...

VUCA CHALLENGES ON THE DESIGN-ENGINEERING STUDENT SPECTRUM

Green, Stephen (1); Page, A. Freddie (1); De'ath, Paul (2); Pei, Eujin (3); Lam, Busayawan (3) // 2019
The volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) acronym is claimed to have been coined in the US Army War College and by 2014 was a ‘trendy managerial acronym’ . The term’s military ...

WHAT (AND HOW) TO TEACH DESIGNERS ABOUT HUMANITARIAN INNOVATION?

Stevens, John Simon // 2019
The Global Innovation Design (GID) Masters Programme aims to develop research and teaching collaboration opportunities between international academic institutions, and among a range of international ...

A FAILURE PROPAGATION METHODOLOGY FOR ANALYZING FUNCTIONAL MODELS OF EXTREMELY LARGE COMPLEX SYSTEMS

Akoto Chama, Leonel; Bertram, Oliver // 2018
The identification of risk of potential loss of system functionality within the early stages in designing complex systems is of growing importance for risk sensitive industries. In order to enhance ...

A METHOD FOR FUNCTION INTEGRITY DIAGNOSIS AND DOCUMENTATION: FIDD

Wichmann, Robert Lawrence; Gericke, Kilian; Eisenbart, Boris; Moser, Hubert // 2018
This paper introduces a method to perform systematic diagnosis of function integrity. The proposed method advances the Integrated Function Modelling framework to extend its application to risk ...

AESTHETIC INTERACTION CONSISTENCY: EXPLORING THE FOUNDATION FOR STATIC AND DYNAMIC AESTHETICS

Gonzalez, Itsaso; Val, Ester; Justel, Daniel; Iriarte, Ion; Lasa, Ganix // 2018
Aesthetics is a powerful means for creating consistency across a product range. During the design process consistency is subject to risk. The existing tools do not integrate static as well as dynamic ...

Agile Prototyping for technical systems – Towards an adaption of the Minimum Viable Product principle

Schuh, Guenther; Doelle, Christian; Schloesser, Sebastian // 2018
The realization of radical innovations is a crucial success factor for manufacturing companies acting in an environment of increasing market dynamics. Heterogeneous customer requirements, which are ...

An Integrated Product Service Engineering Methodology for Small Businesses in the Manufacturing Industry

Johansen, Kerstin; Rönnbäck, Anna Öhrwall; Tynnhammar, Marcus // 2018
Manufacturing processes constantly improve with automation solutions, in order to enhance production efficiency, effectiveness, and improved ergonomic solutions. The aim of this paper is to explore ...

APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO INJECTION MOLD DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING IN SMALL ENTERPRISES

Vukašinović, Nikola; Vasić, Dušan; Tavčar, Jože // 2018
This paper present the solutions that a company introduced to tackle the problems that it faced during the engineering design and manufacturing of plastic injection molds. The company took an ...

Automated Generation of Vehicle Architectures and Derivation of Modular Systems within the Vehicle Front

Felgenhauer, Matthias; Lienkamp, Markus // 2018
To reduce complexity while offering high variance to customers, vehicle manufacturers build multiple vehicles based on modular systems. These require unified architectural standards and cross-vehicle ...

CAN DESIGN THINKING MITIGATE CRITICAL STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION RISKS?

Lund Strøm, Line Christiane; Willumsen, Pelle Lundquist; Oehmen, Josef; Heck, Johannes // 2018
Failed strategy implementations are a key business risk, and we explore how applying design thinking can mitigate key risks in strategy implementation. Based on a literature review and exploratory ...

COMPETITIVE CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF ADVANCED INNOVATION DESIGN APPROACH

Livotov, Pavel // 2018
The comprehensive assessment method includes 80 innovation performance parameters and 10 key indicators of innovation capability, such as innovation process performance, innovating system ...

Complex entanglements: design-led research for infection prevention and control training tools

Macdonald, Alastair // 2018
Anti-microbial resistance (AMR) is an established and growing challenge in developed and developing countries around the world. Effective infection prevention and control (IPC) is an essential aspect ...

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR COLLABORATIVE RISK MANAGEMENT DURING THE DESIGN PHASE OF GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS USING DSM

Maseko, Lungie (1); Root, David (2); Senthilkumar, Venkatachalam (3) // 2018
Construction projects are ambitious in terms of the complexity in its components, structures, design requirements, information flows, stakeholder integration and technological integration ...

CRITICAL STUDIES ARE DEAD, LONG LIVE CRITICAL STUDIES

Lindley, Julian; Adams, Richard // 2018
The value of a broad awareness of the world through critical studies is well documented and a cornerstone of undergraduate education. Within Product Design this is particularly pertinent as
anything ...

Boolean Searches

The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:

  • design community
    Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
  • +design +community
    Find rows that contain both words.
  • +design community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
  • +design -community
    Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
  • +design ~community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
  • +design +(>community <decisions)
    Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
  • design*
    Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
  • "some words"
    Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.

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