Recorded on September 12, 2013. MIT Sloan Professor Steven Eppinger—author of one of the most widely used texts on product development—on how the essential elements of "design thinking" can be applied with great success to product and service innovation. Webinar participants learned: • Why innovation is a business imperative • What design thinking skills are, and why everyone—not just product designers—needs them • How product and service development processes can make product development systematic • The benefits of systematic management • Real world examples of design thinking put in practice, including IDEO, Apple, Samsung, and Hyundai Card Steven Eppinger teaches in Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services http://executive.mit.edu/ipp and Managing Complex Technical Projects http://executive.mit.edu/pm
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Karl T. Ulrich spoke to students at the Huntsman School during a Dean's Convocation on April 7, 2010. Karl T. Ulrich is the CIBC Professor of Entrepreneurship and e-Commerce at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He also holds an appointment as Professor of Mechanical Engineering. His research is focused on innovation, entrepreneurship, and product development. He is the co-author of Product Design and Development (4th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2008), a textbook used by a quarter of a million students worldwide. His most recent book is Innovation Tournaments (Harvard Business Press, 2009). He is the winner of many teaching awards, including the Anvil Award, the Miller-Sherrerd Award, and the Excellence in Teaching Award at The Wharton School. At Penn, he co-founded the Weiss Tech House and the Integrated Product Design Program, two institutions fostering innovation in the university community. In addition to his academic work, Professor Ulrich has led dozens of innovation efforts for medical devices, tools, computer peripherals, food products, web-based services, and sporting goods. As a result of this work, he holds more than 20 patents. Professor Ulrich is a founder of Terrapass Inc. and Xootr LLC and he currently serves on the boards of several technology-based companies. Professor Ulrich holds bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in mechanical engineering from MIT. He is married to Nancy Bentley and they live with their two sons in a nineteenth-century stone church in Narberth, Pennsylvania.
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"The major benefit of digital planning is that it speeds up the planning process and makes it possible to respond faster to market requirements." Dr.Ulrich Rossgoderer, Product Portfolio Development Manager http://siemens.com/automotive
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Applied Operating Model Design is a 4 day practical workshop that teaches you how to design a target operating model along with a transition plan that you can use to lead and drive business change in an organisation. Find out more here https://goo.gl/iwhFyy
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At talk from Sarah Harrison of True&Co at Design+Startup on March 14, 2013 at IDEO San Francisco. designplusstartup.com
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Web frameworks like Rails, Zend and Django are ubiquitous in current generation web development. They dictate a well defined structure for web application development, but are much too large in scope for some applications. Microframeworks are a solution to this problem. They offer a very small feature set, often just enough to handle HTTP in a comfortable way. Most Clojure web applications today don’t use any web framework at all. They are crafted from a carefully selected number of libraries fitting together, therefore building their own application specific ‘web framework’. Clojure’s emphasis on using primitive data structures, instead of hiding data in objects, makes it easy for different libraries to work together without any knowledge of one another. This talk examines the commonalities in modern web frameworks and introduces Clojure libraries for all of these jobs. It is a primer on the most widely used tools for building web applications in Clojure. This video is brought to you by innoQ: innoQ is a technology consulting company with offices in Germany and Switzerland. We combine pragmatic, lightweight technologies with sound architectural practices. We specialize in web technologies, agile development with Java/Java EE, Ruby, Scala and Clojure as well as working with IoT and SmartHome technologies. Find out more at http://www.innoq.com. And yes, we are hiring :).
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A brief overview of Skyline’s cutting-edge 3D geospatial visualization products. The SkylineGlobe suite sets the standard for 3D desktop, mobile and web-based applications, enabling an enterprise to build, edit, navigate, query, and analyze realistic 3D geo-spatial environments, and rapidly and efficiently distribute them to users. For more information: www.skylineglobe.com
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We are experts in multiplatform and native development (separate apps for each platform). Our goal is to help you launch a successful high-quality product. We believe that you are interested in creating a product just as much as evolving it over time. And we are ready to help you with that. Visit our site to know more: https://www.mobidev.biz Also feel fre to like and share us in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MobiDev.Corporation
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http://www.c2c-solutions.com A product design process using systematic innovation including best practice innovation tools, Kano Model, CAGE model and innovation course. Describes the 8-Step new product development process that takes customer requirements into account. Customized training and workshops are available. Contact us at (248) 876-3051.
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As a two-time Chief Product Officer (at Shutterstock and WeightWatchers) and now a Venture Capitalist partner, Catherine Ulrich has seen the product world from all sides. Join us for a fireside chat as she walks through the fundamental characteristics she looks for in a successful product organization. Check out more at https://connected.io/elevate Connected is a product development firm located in the heart of Toronto. We partner with the world’s leading organizations to build software-powered products that are enjoyed by millions of users globally. You likely have our clients' apps on your homescreen, their smart products in your home, or wear their devices every day to stay connected. https://connected.io Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/connectedio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connectedio/ Medium: https://medium.com/connected LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/connectedio_/
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Table of Contents: 00:37 - Product Design and DevelopmentKarl T. Ulrich and Steven D. Eppinger5th edition, Irwin McGraw-Hill, 2012. 00:57 - Concept Development Process 03:45 - Outline 04:17 - Product concept 05:29 - Common dysfunctions during concept generation 08:10 - Product Concept Generation Process (5 steps) 11:49 - 15:01 - Concept Generation Process 15:09 - Clarify the Problem 21:53 - Concept Generation Exercise:Vegetable Peelers 22:11 - Vegetable Peeler Exercise:Voice of the Customer 23:33 - Vegetable Peeler Exercise:Key Customer Needs 24:07 - Concept Generation Example:Power Nailer 25:12 - Understand the Problem 27:57 - Problem Decomposition: Function Diagram 30:14 - Search Externally 30:22 - External Search:Hints for Finding Related Solutions 30:57 - Search Internally (both group and individually) 32:25 - Internal Search:Hints for Generating Many Concepts 32:35 - Explore Systematically 33:50 - 33:55 - 34:52 - 35:37 - 35:45 - Systematic Exploration:Concept Combination Table 36:02 - 36:04 - 36:06 - 36:32 - 36:35 - Reflect on the Results
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ECON 20100: The Elements of Economic Analysis E. Glen Weyl, Assistant Professor of Economics and the College "Product Design Price Theory" October 20, 2011. The first part of this course discusses markets with one or a few suppliers. The second part focuses on demand and supply for factors of production and the distribution of income in the economy. This course also includes some elementary general equilibrium theory and welfare economics. For readings associated with this lecture and slides, visit: http://www.glenweyl.com/teaching ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGOytSubscribe About #UChicago: A destination for inquiry, research, and education, the University of Chicago empowers scholars to challenge conventional thinking. Our diverse community of creative thinkers celebrates ideas, and is celebrated for them. #UChicago on the Web: Home: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-home News: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-news Facebook: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-FB Twitter: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-TW Instagram: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-IG University of Chicago on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/uchicago *** ACCESSIBILITY: If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please email [email protected]
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Parimal Bhagat talks about why he loves McGraw-Hill and Product Design and Development by Ulrich/Eppinger.
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About the Presentation In this webinar, SDM alumna Andrea Ippolito, a presidential innovation fellow, will describe how the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) developed and implemented an innovators network. She will cover: the human-centered design and systems methodologies used to develop the VA Innovators Network; the strategy used to build a culture of innovation designed to help employees develop the best possible services and experiences for veterans and their supporters; the VA Innovation Creation Series, an open innovation system designed to accelerate the development of personalized prosthetics and assistive technologies for veterans with disabilities; and the development and deployment of an open innovation strategy–plus program at the VA using open challenge platforms such as InnoCentive and GrabCAD. Webinar attendees will learn: how to apply design thinking and systems methodologies to improve the innovation culture within organizations; what open innovation tools organizations can use to harness the power of the crowd and improve innovation output; and ways to build an innovation network at your organization, no matter what your industry. We invite you to join us! About the Speaker Andrea Ippolito is a presidential innovation fellow based at the US Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Innovation. A PhD student in engineering systems at MIT, she cofounded Smart Scheduling, a software firm specializing in medical appointment planning. She has also served as an innovation specialist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Innovation Hub, as co-leader of MIT’s Hacking Medicine, as product innovation manager at athenahealth, and as a research scientist within the corporate technology development group at Boston Scientific. As an SDM alumna, she holds a master’s degree in engineering and management from MIT. She also has a BS and a master’s degree, both in biomedical engineering, from Cornell University.
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Nachdem ich euch in meinem letzten Video den brandneuen Audi A7 Sportback vorgestellt habe, zeige ich euch heute die Entwicklung des Autos. Viel Spaß beim Zuschauen! Sophia ---------- Folgendes Equipment verwende ich für die Erstellung meiner Videos: Kamera 🔷 Sony Alpha 7R2: http://amzn.to/2A1CppY ** Objektiv 🔷 Sony SEL-2470GM: http://amzn.to/2z1EFiR ** Mikrofon 🔷 Sennheiser MKE 400: http://amzn.to/2zZ0xJD ** Stativ 🔷 Sirui ET1004: http://amzn.to/2xA0W3W ** Actioncam 🔷 GoPro HERO4 Black: http://amzn.to/2z3scv1 ** Gimbal 🔷 Walimex pro waver: http://amzn.to/2ziEeli ** Ansteckmikrofon 🔷 Rode smartLav+: http://amzn.to/2yX9bIE ** **Affiliate Links Bei den Links die mit ** gekennzeichnet sind, handelt es sich um Affiliate Links. Wenn ihr darauf klickt und ein Produkt kauft, bekomme ich dadurch eine Provision. Für euch entstehen dadurch keine zusätzlichen Kosten! ---------- Hi! Ich bin Sophia! Ich biete euch exklusive Einblicke in die Welt der Sport- und Supersportwagen. Ich reise durch Europa und nehme mit meinem Porsche 991 GT3 an Sportwagen Events teil, doch nicht nur das! Mit dem GT3 fahre ich in andere Länderum dort Bergpässe und andere schöne Orte zu durchfahren! Um euch einen Eindruck meines Sportwagenlebens zu verschaffen, filme und fotografiere ich meine Erlebnisse und stelle sie auf Youtube, Instagram & Facebook online! „Being into Sportscars is not just a Hobby, it`s a lifestyle“ – Sophia Calate Mehr Infos gibt's hier: http://www.sophiacalate.de Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sophiacalate Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sophiacalate Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/SophiaCalate Contact: [email protected] Cut & Editing: Sophia Calate
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A retrospective look at Tetra and look ahead into what is coming in 2017 A Tradition of Innovation THE YEAR: 1951 THE PLACE: Melle, Germany THE FOUNDER: Dr. Ulrich Baensch pioneers the development of flake fish food TetraMin® changes the way people feed fish. Making it much easier. Paving the way for more people to own an aquarium The advent of TetraMin® revolutionized the industry. It would be the first of many innovations from Tetra® Today, Tetra® is the largest global manufacturer of ornamental fish food Our biologists, chemists, and nutritionists continue to set the bar high With 105 million fish now kept as pets in North America –– more than any other pet We remain committed to developing nutrition that not only looks better… …but IS better. Tetra®’s Tradition of Innovation Continues in 2017 Introducing Next-Generation Tetra® Global Packaging Tetra® Nutrition • Clear & simple language • Dynamic depiction of fish The new design includes icons featuring the main benefits as well as… … the type of fish the food is meant for based on where they eat Caption: Research shows most consumers understand fish feed at different levels in an aquarium Along with a new look… …we upgraded our food formulas to deliver even more advanced nutrition Look for the Active Life badge on the back of packages Research shows 45% of consumers use the back panel for purchase decision Tetra® Water Care: • Information customers want • Dynamic depiction of fish The new design includes icons that provide: Main benefits Clear usage guidance Also coming in 2017 A new addition to your customers’ water care regimen Presenting Tetra® Cleaning Bacteria • New formula breaks down toxins like ammonia and sludge • Cleans gravel Aggressive price point so consumers can use it more often, helping to generate repeat purchase Look for the new Cleaning Bacteria in Tetra’s Essential Care line up for monthly use Ready for an innovation-packed 2017? New Packaging New Food Formulations New Cleaning Bacteria All To Help You Grow in Aquatics All Part of Tetra’s Growing Tradition of Innovation Tetra® – Trust your tank to Tetra® Http://www.tetra-fish.com
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The Innovator's Dilemma and The Lean Startup have brought iterative product development and design into the mainstream. Great UX is now the differentiator. Your organization has bought in and is ready to kickstart new product design and innovation efforts. There's just one problem: making design, development and product play nicely together is (and has been) a challenge. More often than not, you're practicing "Agilefall" with designers working up front to feed developers' sprints. How do we solve this? In this fun, dynamic talk, Jeff will cover: - Why UX is critical to a product's success - What design can teach us about building a collaborative culture - How to structure a collaborative product design team - How that team should work - How to measure that team's success - How this shifts your company's culture Jeff will offer practical, step-by-step, guidance on how to build and support successful product design innovation in your business. Using insights gained from leading and working with dozens of product and UX design teams, Jeff will step through team makeup, process, management structure and the corporate infrastructure needed for these teams to flourish. Information and subscription on http://www.usievents.com Follow USI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/USIEvents Follow USI on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/13Ls21Y Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/19sPpSp More information on OCTO Technology: http://www.octo.com
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Meet Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, the Board Member of Product Development at Volkswagen. He is responsible for all technical development at the Wolfsburg headquarters and a Golf enthusiast of the first hour. Find out what makes the Golf the most popular car of the Volkswagen range and why.
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Professor Steve Eppinger discusses how his program at MIT Sloan Executive Education -- Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services -- gives participants the tools to create and innovate new products. Learn more at http://executive.mit.edu/ipp
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Jeffrey Kapec is a Principal and Executive Vice President of Tanaka Kapec Design Group, Inc. He has more than 30 years industrial design and consulting and strategic product development experience in medical instrument design—including orthopedic instrument design and other surgical instruments, medical diagnostic equipment, pharmaceutical packaging, drug delivery systems, technical instruments, office equipment, office furniture design, and consumer products. Jeff has been awarded more than 45 national and international utility and design patents in advanced technology, surgical instruments, and mechanical design. In 1980, he and Kazuna Tanaka founded TKDG, a full-service engineering design and industrial design consulting firm. Mr. Kapec also is a professor in the Industrial Design Department at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, and is actively involved in numerous professional design organizations, including the IDSA, Rowena Reed Kostellow Fund and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
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In his keynote address at Wharton MBA Reunion 2012, Professor Karl Ulrich, vice dean of innovation at the Wharton School, explains his research into innovation tournaments and real-world examples where this approach has led to the identification of exceptional opportunities.
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We’ve assembled some of the world’s greatest loudspeaker designers for this lively and informative Q&A session. Bring your questions about speakers for the foremost experts in the field. Robert Harley, The Absolute Sound, Moderator Robert Harley has been the Editor-in-Chief of The Absolute Sound since 2001 and is the author of The Complete Guide to High-End Audio (now in a fourth edition). He is also the editor of, and a key contributor to, The Absolute Sound’s Illustrated History of High-End Audio, Volume One: Loudspeakers, which is the basis for this seminar. Before becoming a full-time audio writer in 1989, Robert worked as a recording engineer, CD mastering engineer, and taught a college degree program in recording engineering. Panelists Andrew Jones, ELAC America, VP of Engineering Andrew Jones is the VP of Engineering for a ELAC America, a newly formed subsidiary of ELAC Germany, founded to bring extraordinary value to speaker products at all price categories. Previously the Director and Chief Engineer of Technical Audio Devices Laboratories, Inc. he has had a long career in the research, development and design of loudspeaker systems, from the research group of Dr. Malcolm Hawksford, to the R&D Department of KEF (ultimately becoming KEF’s Chief Engineer), to the Infinity division of HARMAN International, and for 17 years as Director of speaker engineer for Pioneer and TAD. Michael Borreson, Raidho Acoustics, Chief Designer & President Michael Borreson has been building loudspeakers as a hobby since childhood and professionally with Raidho Acoustics for the last 15 years. He has an MSc degree in mechanical engineering in materials and vibration. His principle area of focus has been on the materials science of loudspeaker driver development, along with the complex interaction of speakers vs. human hearing and psychoacoustic capabilities. www.raidho.dk Richard Vandersteen, Vandersteen Audio, Owner Richard Vandersteen founded Vandersteen Audio, one of the most successful loudspeaker manufacturers in the world, more than 35 years ago starting with the iconic Model 2. He went on to design other landmark speakers including the Model 5 and Model 2W subwoofer, and culminating in today’s flagship Model 7 and other great loudspeakers. Albert Von Schweikert, Von Schweikert Audio, Owner Albert Von Schweikert’s loudspeaker career began in 1979 when he became Dr. Oskar Heil’s assistant at ESS Laboratory. He went on work for KSC Industries where he designed raw speaker parts for Infinity, JBL, Klipsch, Polk, and 32 other companies. Albert then worked as a consultant to Counterpoint Electronics where he designed their THX Cinema line. He started Von Schweikert Research in 1994. In Albert’s 36-year career, he has designed more than 200 speakers systems and has eight patents pending for his inventions in audio technology Kevin Voecks, Harman Luxury Audio Group, Product Development Manager Kevin Voecks became known to the audiophile community when he joined Snell Acoustics in the mid-1980’s. He was hand-picked by Sidney Harman to lead Revel Loudspeakers, part of the Harman Luxury Audio Group. There he leads a team that has made numerous technical innovations in loudspeaker design and that produces a large line of outstanding loudspeaker products. www.revelspeakers.com Arnie Nudell, Infinity Systems and Genesis Technology, Co-founder Arnie Nudell holds a BS degree in physics from Berkeley, a Master’s degree in nuclear physics from UCLA, and completed all Ph.D requirements at that university. Arnie worked at Hughes Research Lab when the first laser was invented. While working as head of the laser group at Litton Industries, Arnie, a lifelong music lover, teamed up with John Ulrich to create a speaker that became the Infinity Servo-Statik. In 1968 they founded Infinity Systems. Arnie is the designer of the Infinity Reference Standard (IRS), one of the most iconic products in high-end audio history. Producer: Michael Wechsberg, Executive VP LA/OC Audio Society Michael Wechsberg is a lifetime member of the LA & OC Audio Society and currently an Executive VP for the Society. He also manages the Society’s Hospitality Suite during THE Show Newport.
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How do you know when a new technology is mature enough to be built into your new product or system? What if several of the key technologies are at different levels of maturity? How do you prepare for system integration and testing? What exactly are you monitoring, and are your efforts going to maximize success? Over 40 years ago, NASA introduced the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) scale as a tool for evaluating the maturity of technologies during the development of complex systems. This scale has since been used to assess and oversee technology readiness and deployment, to manage and mitigate risk, and to make multimillion-dollar technology management decisions across industries—from NASA missions to advanced power systems to consumer electronics. In this interactive presentation, world-renowned expert Professor Steven D. Eppinger will: provide a brief overview of the TRL scale as used in several industries; outline how low levels of technology readiness have cost development time and money for a wide portfolio of US Department of Defense programs; describe areas of concern regarding TRL-related practices (specifically system complexity; planning and review; and validity of assessment); discuss challenges and opportunities for organizations and individuals; and invite audience members to work through sample design challenges in real time, using the concepts he has presented. The aim of this presentation is to provide practical insights that attendees can apply to business challenges as soon as they return to work.
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Professor Steve Eppinger of MIT Sloan Executive Education discusses his research on Product Development Processes. Learn more at http://executive.mit.edu/faculty/profile/8
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This video is about Project-Based Learning. This is me in the 8th grade. I was a combination of shy and nerdy. My whole goal was to remain invisible. I had one friend, this kid named Matt. We were two nerds in a pod. And, fortunately for me, he had perfect attendance year after year. Until, one day he was sick. I stood in the cafeteria, looking out at the sea of students, someone would invite me over. But it didn’t happen. I hid in boy’s restroom for the next 24 minutes. I was invisible. But not to Mrs. Smoot and Mr. Darrow. They knew me. They knew I cared about social justice and baseball and history, so they invited me to do a History Day project. Although it was fun, it was also terrifying. I had to plan the entire project and track my own progress. I had to figure out what questions to ask and where to find the answers. I had to narrow down my topic to something I cared about—in this case, Jackie Robinson and the integration of baseball. I wrote letters to newscasters and made phone calls to former players. I remember picking up the phone, my hands trembling, as I read aloud my pre-recorded script and waited for the stranger to respond. I eventually worked on a slide presentation. The most nerve-wracking moment occurred when I sat in a radio studio recording my script. When I listened to my voice for the first time, I hated it. At one point, I threw my hands up in the air. “I’m not doing this,” I said. But Mrs. Smoot looked me in the eyes and said: I ended up sharing it with my class and then in the district competition, state competition and eventually in Washington D.C. Although I didn’t realize it at the time, Mrs. Smoot was why I became an educator. That project helped me grow into a creative thinker and problem-solver. And that experience is why I ultimately embraced project-based learning. Project-based learning is different from traditional classroom projects Learning through projects culminating projects Student choice in design vs. following a set of instructions Student inquiry vs. Pre-planned questions Self and peer assessment vs Teacher assessment Student ownership of process vs. Teacher ownership of process The Buck Institute identifies the following seven project design elements: 1. Challenging Problem or Question 2. Sustained Inquiry 3. Authenticity 4. Student Voice & Choice 5. Reflection 6. Critique & Revision 7. Public Product Note that project-based learning can work in tandem with other pedagogical models, like inquiry-based learning, design thinking, and problem-based learning. But the key idea remains that students are learning through projects and as a result they engage in deeper learning. SOURCES: Blumenfeld, P. C., Soloway, E., Marx, R. W., Krajcik, J. S., Guzdial, M., & Palincsar, A. (1991). Motivating Project-Based Learning: Sustaining the Doing, Supporting the Learning. Educational Psychologist, 26(3–4), 369–398. https://doi.org/10.1080/00461520.1991.9653139 Martinez, F., Herrero, L. C., & de Pablo, S. (2011). Project-Based Learning and Rubrics in the Teaching of Power Supplies and Photovoltaic Electricity. IEEE Transactions on Education, 54(1), 87–96. https://doi.org/10.1109/TE.2010.2044506 Ulrich, C. (2016). John Dewey and the project-based learning: landmarks for nowadays Romanian education, VI(1B). Retrieved from http://academiapedagogilor.ro/images/9.pdf What is PBL? Buck Institute for Education. Retrieved 2017-12-03
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A Method for Green Design Presentation Date: April 30, 2010 Abstract: When LFM/LGO and SDM alumni took my Product Design and Development class, we did not teach a method for design for environment (DFE). This back-to-the-classroom web seminar is intended to fill this gap with a brief session highlighting some emerging best practices in this important area. Based on a recently completed chapter (to be published next year in my Product Design and Development textbook), I will highlight some of the ways that businesses can think about the environmental impact of their products and how they can work effectively to reduce or eliminate these impacts. Bio: Steven D. Eppinger is Professor of Management Science at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He also holds the General Motors Leaders for Global Operations Chair and has a joint appointment in MIT's Engineering Systems Division. Prof. Eppinger served as Deputy Dean of the MIT Sloan School from 2004 to 2009. He has created an interdisciplinary product development course in which graduate students from engineering, management, and industrial design programs collaborate to develop new products. He also teaches MIT's executive programs in the areas of product development and complex project management. Prof. Eppinger has co-authored a leading textbook entitled Product Design and Development published by McGraw-Hill. Currently in its fourth edition, the text is used by hundreds of universities around the world. Dr. Eppinger's research is applied to improving complex design processes in order to accelerate industrial practices. He is a pioneer in development of the widely used Design Structure Matrix method for managing complex system design. He has authored over seventy articles in refereed academic journals and conferences. He has received MIT's Graduate Student Council Teaching Award, the Sloan School's Award for Innovation and Excellence in Management Education, and twice has received the ASME Best Paper Award in Design Theory and Methodology. Prof. Eppinger received S.B., S.M., and Sc.D. degrees from MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering before joining the MIT faculty in 1988.
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Robyn treats teaching like a musical gig. Teaching Design Thinking in her own way through rediscovering lost mediums with her students, she encourages people to re-frame what they think they know. Robyn Richardson was born and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida and is happiest with her toes in the water - to date, they have splashed through many oceans, seas and rivers around the world. A former high school English teacher and routine musical maven, she is certain that the best things in life are both entertaining and educational. Her life's mission is to leverage design to create amazing things (stories, objects, music, movies, installations) that magically engage and overtly delight you. She loves playing connect-the-dots (the live version) and enjoys existential sleuthing. Ask her a question at [email protected] About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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What is SECOND MODERNITY? What does SECOND MODERNITY mean? SECOND MODERNITY meaning - SECOND MODERNITY definition - SECOND MODERNITY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Second modernity is a phrase coined by the German sociologist Ulrich Beck, and is his word for the period after modernity. Where modernity broke down agricultural society in favour of industrial society, second modernity transforms industrial society into a new and more reflexive network society or information society (He 2012, 111 and 215). Second modernity is marked by a new awareness of the risks — risks to all forms of life, plant, animal and human — created by the very successes of modernity in tackling the problem of human scarcity (Carrier and Nordmann 2011, 449). Systems that previously seemed to offer protection from risks both natural and social are increasingly recognised as producing new man-made risks on a global scale as a byproduct of their functioning (He 2012, 147). Such systems become part of the problem, not the solution. Modernisation and information advances themselves create new social dangers, such as cybercrime (He 2012, 69), while scientific advances open up new areas, like cloning or genetic modification, where decisions are necessarily made without adequate capacity to assess longterm consequences (Allan, Adam, and Carter 1999, xii–ii). Recognising the fresh dilemmas created by this reflexive modernization, Beck has suggested a new "cosmopolitan Realpolitik" to overcome the difficulties of a world in which national interests can no longer be promoted effectively at the national level alone (Beck 2006, 173). Second modernity has also been linked to the so-called knowledge society, marked by a pluralisation of different types of knowledge (Carrier n.d., 439 and 448). It is characterised in particular by knowledge-dependent risks — the uncertainties manufactured by the information world itself (Harding 2008, 55–58). Various forms of resistance to second modernity have emerged, among them for example Euroscepticism (Marchetti and Vidović 2010, 171). Beck himself sees al-Qaeda as a by-product of, as well as resistance to, second modernity, not only in its use of information technology tools, but also in its syncretist ideology (Beck 2006, 113).
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Lecture date: 2004-05-15 Emergence is an important concept in artificial intelligence, information theory, digital technology, economics, climate studies, material science and biometric engineering. It is a development which is set to inform not only the construction of buildings, but also the composition of new materials. As a new science, coupled with material and technological innovations, it is set to enter architecture into a new phase of transition. An event to mark the launch of AD-Emergence-Morphogenetic Design Strategies guest-edited by AA tutors Michael Weinstock, Michael Hensel, and Achim Menges. Event moderated by Jeremy Melvin. Helen Castle - Welcome Jeremy Melvin - Introduction Michael Weinstock - Morphogenesis
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with Sue Mohrman and Chris Worley
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» HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT MILITARY HISTORY VISUALIZED « (A) You can support my channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mhv (B) You can also buy "Spoils of War" (merchandise) in the online shop: https://www.redbubble.com/people/mhvis/shop (C) If you want to buy books that I use or recommend, here is the link to the Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/ytmh-20 which has the same price for you and gives a small commission to me, thus it is a win/win. » SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS « facebook: https://www.facebook.com/milhistoryvisualized/ twitter: https://twitter.com/MilHiVisualized tumblr: http://militaryhistoryvisualized.tumblr.com/ Short video about the famous German "StuGs" (Sturmgeschütze) Assault guns. The initial concept, organization and development from infantry support to mainly the tank destroyer role. Script & Further Information: http://militaryhistoryvisualized.com/assault-artillery-history-organization-of-assault-gun-units-stug-life/ ---Sources--- Wettsein, Adrian: Sturmartillerie Geschichte einer Waffengattung http://portal-militaergeschichte.de/sites/default/files/pdf/wettstein_sturmartillerie.pdf Spielgerger, Walter: Sturmgeschutz & Its Variants Amazon.com (affiliate link): http://amzn.to/29FLo3S Spielberger, Walter: Sturmgeschütze. Entwicklung und Fertigung der sPak Amazon.de (affiliate link): http://amzn.to/29FTHeF Fleischer, Wolfgang: Die deutschen Sturmgeschütze 1935-1945. Amazon.de (affiliate link): http://amzn.to/2a0ctCa Buchner, Alex: The German Infantry Handbook 1939-1945 amazon.com (affiliate): http://amzn.to/1l4ABU0 Buchner, Alex: Das Handbuch der deutschen Infanterie 1939-1945; Gliederung – Uniformen, Bewaffnung – Ausrüstung, Einsätze amazon.de (affiliate): http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/3895550418/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1638&creative=6742&creativeASIN=3895550418&linkCode=as2&tag=ytmh-21 -Disclaimer- Amazon Associates Program: “Bernhard Kast is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.” Amazon Partner (amazon.de): “Bernhard Kast ist Teilnehmer des Partnerprogramms von Amazon Europe S.à r.l. und Partner des Werbeprogramms, das zur Bereitstellung eines Mediums für Websites konzipiert wurde, mittels dessen durch die Platzierung von Werbeanzeigen und Links zu Amazon.de Werbekostenerstattung verdient werden kann.” ---Credits & Special Thanks--- The Counter-Design is heavily inspired by Black ICE Mod for the game Hearts of Iron 3 by Paradox Interactive https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?forums/blackice.467/ ---Song---- Ethan Meixsell - Demilitarized Zone (the Irony :D)
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Jerome Axle Brown is Design Lead at Human Inc. Axle had an exciting career advancement during his early years while working on two Obama presidential campaigns, and moved on to Entrepreneurship and Innovation projects with the U.S. Department of Energy. He stumbled upon the Open Master’s Program that opened up a whole new world of possibilities for him. After two years of self -taught UX designing skills, he turned down an opportunity at the White house to follow through with an 18 - month research sabbatical in SEA. Axle is now the design lead at Human Inc, specifically focused on strategic R&D, business development and workshop facilitation.
Extreme By Design is a documentary that follows a group of students from the Stanford d.school class Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability. After the film screening, there will be a 25 min Q&A with the film's co-director, along with two d.School collaborators who have put together a design thinking crash course for the teacher portal, PBS Learning Media. Joining the conversation are Ralph King, Melissa Pelochino, & Leticia Britos .Cavagnaro
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https://www.aireplastics.com/product-development/ Intro to the 12 Step Product Development Process that we use at Aire Plastics. We’ll be focusing on Plastic Product development but the 12 step process we’ll be talking about will work whether you are developing an electronics product, clothing, metal products, etc. The basics will still apply. Aire Plastics has been in business since my Dad started it in our garage in 1989 and we’ve helped a ton of independent inventors and product developers take their ideas to a final packaged and sellable product. We have refined this process into 12 basic steps. After seeing these 12 steps you might have some questions or say, “Hey Jason, what about Patents, NDAs, Do I need a corporation or an LLC? You’ve left a few things out of the process!” As they say in Silicon Valley, “Hardware is Hard”. Product development and entrepreneurship is very complicated and takes time. We will be touching on some of those other details but in this series of videos we’ll be focusing on the product itself without getting too deep into the administrative details. So here it is PD12…the 12 step Product Development Process. Phase 1 1) Ideation: How to come up with and refine your product ideas and how to sketch and polish them. 2) Idea Validation Part 1: Do it Yourself Market Research. Remember, if you are going to build a successful product it has to solve a problem for someone. As David Schwartz put it in his book, “The Magic of Thinking Big”, “Put service first and the money will follow”. 3) 3D modeling. How to make 3D models from your sketches. [Graphic with text. Fade to Jason. Use screen shot of 3D Aire Plastics Keychain.] 4) Prototype: How and why you need to build prototypes of your product ideas. 5) Market Research Part 2: Test your Prototypes. We’ll go through some basic rules and ideas to help you test your prototypes with real potential customers. 6) Rinse and repeat! You’ll probably have a totally different product idea by now and will have to go back to the drawing board and work out the kinks! Now your ready to move on to… Phase 2 7) Design For Manufacturing. Hire the right engineer, get all your information done right and in the right format and manufacturers will open their doors for you. They will get you quotes quicker and for what you actually need. 8) Tooling: Tooling is probably the largest, up front investment that you will have to make to mass produce your products. This not only goes for plastics but also for most manufacturing processes. This is all about getting set up to pump out your product. 9) Injection Molding: This is what we do at Aire Plastics, custom injection molding, assembly and packaging. This step could also be called “Production” because whether your product needs injection molding or not. This step will be all about actually making and mass producing the product. 10) Assembly and Finishing. Most products unless extremely simple will require a secondary process. This can include, ultrasonic welding, solvent welding, snapping together or screwing together parts, painting, adding labels or decals and much more. 11) Packaging: Find the right packaging that’s right for you, your customer and your product. There are a Tooon of packaging options. We’ll help you decide which ones are the best fit for you. 12) And finally, Distribution and Marketing: You’ve got a great product which can be mass produced. Now you’re ready to scale this puppy and get it to the people who it’s going to impact the most. Sales is not a dirty word! If you’ve done your market research and focused solving problems, this step is all about getting your product to those who need it the most. I’ll get into some techniques to help you guys find distribution channels and get the word out. This step is all about the hustle! There it is, PD12 the 12 Step Product Development process that we use here at Aire Plastics.
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Care-O-bot® is the product vision of a mobile robot assistant to actively support humans in domestic environments. The meanwhile fourth generation of this successful development series is more agile and modular than its predecessors and offers various ways of interaction. It also stands out through the use of cost-reducing construction principles. Individual robot platforms can be configured for a wide range of applications. More Information: http://www.care-o-bot.de/en/ Care-O-bot® ist die Produktvision eines mobilen Roboterassistenten zur aktiven Unterstützung des Menschen im häuslichen Umfeld. Die inzwischen vierte Generation dieser erfolgreichen Entwicklungsserie ist agiler und modularer als sein Vorgänger und bietet vielfältige Interaktionsmöglichkeiten. Je nach Konfiguration lässt sich eine individuelle Roboterplattform für unterschiedlichste Anwendungen aufbauen. Mehr Informationen: http://www.care-o-bot.de
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