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Global Education in Manufacturing GEM

Global Education in Manufacturing GEM. GEM IMS 27 partners in 20 countries. GEM-AUSTRALIA GEM-EUROPE GEM-KOREA GEM-JAPAN GEM-USA. GEM partners. GEM Objectives.

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Global Education in Manufacturing GEM

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  1. Global Education in ManufacturingGEM


  3. GEM partners

  4. GEM Objectives • Define and understand the needs of the manufacturing industry for training and education in manufacturing strategy on a global basis to comply with the concept of digital business and extended products • Develop a framework (detailed specifications) for a manufacturing strategy curriculum focusing both manufacturing and business administration topics.

  5. The curriculum reflecting the future needs in Manufacturing Industry • Working with digital tools for communication • Working in a multiculturalenvironment • Working in interdisciplinary, multi-skill teams • Sharing of work tasks on a global and around the clock basis • Working in an virtual environment

  6. Overall Strategy for Approach • Strong involvement of industry • Meet future industrial needs • Acknowledge cultural differences • Involve leading universities world-wide • Combine technology, business, management and entrepreneurship • Use IT to deliver on the job training • Wide coverage in each region • Wide dissemination

  7. Digital business – Extended Products

  8. Curriculum Structure

  9. Learning Mechanisms • Kolbian learning model • Idea proposal • Experiment preparation • Experiment execution • Result analysis • Use of cases and best practices • Mixture of classroom learning and e-learning • Use of multimedia • Web-based learning management system (LMS)

  10. Industrial surveyCompetence areas defined • Technological • Product (5 areas) • Production (7 areas) • Business operation (9 areas) • Humanistic • Individual (5 areas) • Company (8 areas) • Business • Business & economic (5 areas) • Management (10 areas) • 49 competence areas

  11. Europe 339 Japan 106 Korea 87 USA 13 Australia 7 Switzerland 4 TOTAL 556 Europe Norway 24 Germany 41 Denmark 1 Ireland 26 France 10 Spain 14 Portugal 2 Italy 32 Greece 1 Bulgaria 56 Estonia 23 Hungary 4 Lithuania 54 Poland 11 Romania 20 Slovenia 20 Industrial responses

  12. Technological competenceProduct related Importance of Competence today Importance in 5 years Need for further education /training

  13. Technological competenceProduction related Importance of Competence today Importance in 5 years Need for further education /training

  14. Technological competenceBusiness operation related Importance of Competence today Importance in 5 years Need for further education /training

  15. Industrial survey Best practices and cases 46 practices and cases identified

  16. Partner Day Topic Type Nationality E-Learning Course Digital Business along the Supply Chain 1 E-Learning Course Advanced Modelling Methods and tools for E-manufacturing 2 E-Learning Course Productivity Management in Production 3 Strategy in Production Management E-Learning Course 4 Web based Group Simu- lation game Development of Extended Products 5 E-Learning Course / Video Lecture To be detailed 6 & 7 GEM demonstrator ... ...

  17. GEM courses

  18. GEM Results • Specifications of a full international curriculum in manufacturing strategy published on a web-page and as a book including for each module a definition of: • Content defined as lecture topics for each lecture hour • Text-books and other training material connected to each lecture • Delivery mechanisms to industry and students for each course in each module • Examination, grading and credit transfer for each course in each module

  19. Other results • A set of best industry practices and cases suited for training in manufacturing strategy based on input from enterprises • A survey of industry training and education needs in manufacturing strategy • A recommended pedagogic approach and delivery mechanism adapted to time and place independent training • A survey of existing manufacturing engineering curricula

  20. GEM Exploitation Framework GEM ALLIANCE

  21. GEM Exploitation Model

  22. GEM information • www.sintef.no/gem • GEM@sintef.no

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