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FACULTY OF ARTS, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY

Programme : BEng Manufacturing and Production Engineering
: FdSc (Manufacturing) Mech-Man Engineering
: FdEng Production Engineering


Programme Codes : J901
: UH3AA
: UH3AB

MODULE HANDBOOK

Module Code : 5ME511
Title : Innovation and Engineering Context

Module Leader’s Name: Mike Briggs
Room Number : MS104(Markeaton Street)
Telephone Number : 01332 59 3125
Email Address : M.Briggs@derby.ac.uk

Academic year : 2012/13

Prepared by : Mike Briggs
Approved by : Terry Watson
Date : 14th January 2013

MODULE DESCRIPTION
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Module Title | INNOVATION AND ENGINEERING CONTEXT |
Module Code | 5ME511 | Pre-requisite | None |
Date of Approval | March 2012 |
ModuleLevel | 5 |
Credit value | 20 |
Total Number of Learning Hours | 200 |
Key Words | Innovation, Engineering, Context, Pareto Tools, SWOT |
Module Delivery | Online/Distance | Blended/Face to face | Work-based learning |
Mode | | √ | |
Module Description | Innovation is an essential ingredient for both commercial and individual success in theprofessional field. In order for organisations to be successful in this respect it is necessary to inculcate an innovative philosophy and culture into the organization. This can only really be achieved by belief from the people involved within the organization. This module seeks to develop both awareness and ability to consider, evaluate and use appropriate innovative thinking and philosophy in aprofessional context.The module also evaluates the role of the engineer throughout history and explores the ways engineering has shaped the world we currently live in. |
Module Learning Outcomes | On successful completion of the module, students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate how engineering and innovation have evolved within industry over time. 2.Evaluate and apply appropriate innovation techniques in an industrial context |
Module Content | Engineering ContextEngineering in a modern contextInfluential engineers and innovatorsSignificant engineering milestonesInnovation Adoption. Diffusion. VisionSWOT, Ansoff Matrices. Brainstorming techniquesRogers influences on innovative philosophyPareto tool as used in InnovationOrganisationalPathologies.Barriers and Enhancers to innovation strategiesInnovation in industry – appropriateness of philosophy in relation to industry typeDrivers of Human ambition and organisational successStrategic use of innovation tools to achieve successCreativity versus Innovation |
Module Learning and Teaching Methods | Learning & Teaching MethodsThe module will be delivered through a blended mixof lectures and supervised group tutorials. The lectures are used to deliver theory and knowledge, and the tutorials are used for interactive discussion and enhancement of taught material. Activity Type | Hours | Category |
Lecture | 12 | 1 |
Tutorial | 24 | 1 |
Guided independent study | 164 | 2 |
Total | 200 hrs | |
Activity Type | Percentage | Category |
Scheduled learning andteaching activities | 18% | 1 |
Guided independent study | 82% | 2 |
Placement/study abroad | 0% | 3 |
Total | 100% | |
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Module Assessment       Method | Formative assessment (0%): Individual face to face student consultation on the appropriate choice of organisation for Coursework 1. Summative Assessment (100%): CW1: 50% weighting Learning outcome 1 to be assessedAnindividual Report researching a significant engineering innovation, and the history of its development. 2000 words equivalent CW2: 50% weighting Learning outcome 2 to be assessedAn individual Report based on innovative techniques and their application to an industrially based scenario. 2000 words equivalent |
Reading list | * Berkun, S, (2007) The Myths of Innovation, O'Reilly...
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