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Lean Engineering Education: Driving Content and Competency Mastery

By
S. Flumerfelt
S. Flumerfelt
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F.-J. Kahlen
F.-J. Kahlen
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A. Alves
A. Alves
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A. Siriban-Manalang
A. Siriban-Manalang
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ISBN:
9780791860502
No. of Pages:
144
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2015

In the first three chapters of this book, mechanical engineering education was explored through the lens of planning for the future. Three different future scenarios were provided to prompt thinking and actions along with a four-step protocol that can be used in planning for the future. A thematic gap analysis of the state of mechanical engineering was presented next, exploring student, employer, faculty and society needs of mechanical engineers and the academy. Advocacy for both content and competency mastery based on taxonomies was described next as a core improvement strategy for mechanical engineering education, with an emphasis on systems, sustainability...

4.1
The definition and goals of engineering education
4.2
The Toyota education model
4.3
The definition of Lean Engineering Education
4.4
Systems competency mastery pulled by Lean Engineering Education
4.5
Sustainability competency pulled by Lean Engineering Education
4.6
Ethics pulled by Lean Engineering Education
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