Integrated Design: Training Program

Unit 1: The Reasons For Integration In Design
  1. Competitive Design,
  2. Externalisation and Outsourcing,
  3. Sustainable Design,
  4. Innovation by Design,
  5. Complexity
Unit 2: The Targets For Integration In Design
  1. Integrating the whole Life-Cycle
  2. Integrating the Stakeholders of the Life-Cycle
  3. Integrating the diff erent Stakeholder Cultures
Unit 3: Essential Methods Of Integration
  1. Concurrent Engineering
  2. Just-Need Approach
  3. Product Modeling
Unit 4: Mastering Complexity And Innovation
  1. Integration as a Means ot master Complexitty
  2. Functional Re-Use aware Design Principles
  3. Requirements Engineering
  4. Design Thinking for Innovation
  5. Innovating using TRIZ
Unit 5: Knowledge Management In Integration
  1. Formalisation of Knowledge
  2. Capitalisation on Knowledge
  3. Sharing of Knowledge
  4. Contextualisation of Knowledge
Unit 6: Collaborative Integrated Design
  1. Design Process Moderation
  2. Working in Distributed Engineeing Teams
  3. Communication with Experts from different Domains
Unit 7: Selected Aspects Of Integration
  1. Integrated Risk Evaluation
  2. Integrated Safety Design in Automotive
  3. Integrated Design in Wood Furniture Industry
  4. Virtual Technologies to support Integration
  5. etc.

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