Resources for practitioners

Our group focuses on application-oriented research for impact.

 

Whether you are in industry, the public sector, or a service provider, we offer attractive opportunities through collaborative research, consulting engagements, training and executive education.

 

The Engineering Systems Division has an extensive worldwide industry and government network in a wide range of sectors.

 

Examples of industry, industry associations, NGOs and government partners that members of our group have worked with include:  Audi, Alectia, Arla Foods, BMW, Boeing, Coloplast, COWI, Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster, Dansk Standard, FLSmidth, Glostrup Hospital, Grundfos, IBM, INCOSE, INNOByg, MT Højgaard, NCC, NNE Pharmaplan, Novo Nordisk, Oticon, PMI, Rambøll, Rockwell Collins, Siemens, and Væksthuset.

 

We also offer public access to some of the key tools and knowledge that we developed.

The following is a collection of application-oriented material produced by members of our group. We also include a number of key external resources on the subject of engineering systems.

 

Booklets and Reports

  • Net-Sights: Network Insights for Collaborative Sustainable Production. Wulff-Andersen, Parraguez, and Maier, 2017. Download.
  • Knowledge Crossing Boundaries: How to improve the design of offshore units by transferring knowledge from operations. Conceição, Jensen, and Broberg, 2016. Download
  • Employee participation in product innovation | Medarbejderindragelse i produktinnovation. Schou-Jensen, Jensen, and Broberg, 2016. Download
  • Complexity Management for Projects, Programmes, and Portfolios: An Engineering Systems Perspective. Oehmen, Thuesen, Parraguez, and Geraldi, 2015. Download
  • Guide to Lean Enablers for Managing Engineering Programs. Oehmen et al, 2012. Download
  • Improving the Integration of Program Management and Systems Engineering. Oehmen et al 2013. Download
  • Engineering change management report. Industry survey results from Denmark. Maier and Langer, 2011. Download

Tools and Methods

  • User-involvement through prototyping. A workspace experiment toolbox with material for architects, consulting engineers and health & safety consultants who want to involve employees in workspace design. This includes a conceptual framework, a board game, playing cards. Contact Carolina Souza da Conceição and Ole Broberg. 
  • SafetyBarrierManager is a software to develop safety-barrier diagrams for risk analysis. Version 2 released October 2015.
    YouTube demo on version 1 showing how to open and browse projects and extract data and tables. Contact Nijs-Jan Duijm.
  • DTU's Knowledge Landscape. Contact: Pedro Parraguez and Anja Maier.
  • Net-Sights: Web application on Network Insights for Collaborative Sustainable Production. Contact: Pedro Parraguez and Anja Maier.

Books

  • Kreye, Melanie (2016): Uncertainty and Behaviour. Perceptions, Decisions and Actions in Business. Routledge. Link
  • Geraldi, Joana and Mario Arlt (2015): Visuals Matter. Project Management Institute. Link
  • Geraldi, Joana, Thuesen, Christian, Oehmen, Josef, Stingl, Verena (2017): How to DO Projects? A Nordic Flavour to Managing Projects: DS-handbook 185:2017. See also review here: Link

External Resources

  • Engineering Systems. Meeting Human Needs in a Complex Technological World. De Weck, O.L., Roos, D. and C.L. Magee (2011): Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Link
  • Creating Systems that Work. Principles of engineering systems for the 21st century. Report by the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK, 2007.Link

 

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