Transcript: Project Report Presentation Introduction Introduction Our team was asked to design and develop a new toy for Dr. Teresa Erickson to use with children who have Cerebral Palsy to use during therapy. We have to make a toy for children with Cerebral Palsy for their use during therapy. Our toy will address the child’s sensory stimulation and the toy will eventually improve their sensory function. The Problem The Problem Design Brief Design Brief 1st part of Design Brief 2nd part of Design Brief The Procedure Procedure We all came up with ideas, sketched them and measured them. Step #1 Step #1 Double click to edit Picture #1 (Deep's Design) Picture #1 Double click to edit Picture #2 (Ryder's Design) Picture #2 Double click to edit Picture #3 (Steven's Design) Picture #3 Step #2 Step #2 After getting done with the previous step we compared them in our design matrix and chose the best one. Step #3 Step #3 We then used Tinkercad to come up with the best design and measurements and we printed the two main pieces and buttons. Step #4 Step #4 When we finally had our pieces we hot glued them together. Design Matrix Design Matrix Prototype Prototype Pictures Picture #1 (Start of Gluing) Picture #1 Picture #2 (Glued Then Put Together) Picture #2 Picture #3 (Design Ready) Picture #3
Transcript: Place your logo here BAI Project Presentation Eoin McDermott 14334815 Supervisor: Shuo Yin The effect of hot isostatic pressure (HIP) heat-treatment on the compressive strength of SLM Ti64 lattice structure 1 Manufacturing of the samples SLM EOS M 290 SLM SLM process Heat treatment HIP 900C at 120MPa for 2 hours Instron 5589 Compressive Strength Test 2 Results 3 Average peak force:208.5kN Average Displacement at failure:6.27mm Displacement at failure range:0.37mm Average peak force:122.87kN Average Displacement at failure:4.1mm Displacement at failure range: 1.18mm Micro structure Magnification As fabricated Heat treated x910 x1170 x200 Conclusions 4 After HIP heat treatment the samples had greater compressive strength, ductility, predictability and plasticity. Should be usable for biomedical and dental purposes
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Transcript: major: Civil Engineering Engineers are required to share information about their projects through the use of technical reports. - Who is my reader? - What is their understanding of the topic? - What is my objective? - What trends are present in my data? _ What do these trends mean? - Analyze Data - Create Tables/Charts - Form an Outline - "Fill in the Blanks" - Insert appropriate visuals Recipients: Zach Huffstetler THE END Interviews: - Web diagrams - Outlines Objective: Must Ask: -The goal of my presentation is to demonstrate how professional engineers use technical writing to communicate and explain things within the profession. Technical Documents in Engineering: - Technical Reports and Proposals are most important technical documents. - E-mail is the main form of communication. - All Interviewee's felt unprepared for initial writing task at their job. - Citations are required in Engineering documents. - Interviewee's indicated that writing makes up 25-40 percent of their work load. - Contractors - Architects - Building Officials - Colleagues -Construction Workers - Model illustrations - Sketches _ Photos - Graphs/Charts Planning of a Technical Document: - Letters - Memos - Reports - Project Bids - Project Proposals - E-mail's - Specifications Technical Writing for Engineers. Zach Huffstetler The Process:
Transcript: Recommendations The Hunter Post Graduate Medical Instutite Promotional posts must form the basis of advertising Facebook advertising is cost effective A two week advertising campaign is recommended Facebook demographics are a necessity to achieve best results Research Methodology Objectives The Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute is a not-for-profit associated entity within the University of Newcastle HPMI provides Continuing Professional Development to the health profession HPMI is a small orgnanisation which relies upon a small team to carry out a wide range of duties HPMI is the only organisation of its kind in the Hunter Region HPMI Follows a simple organisational structure The institute is currently experiencing it's busiest period ever and is expanding into the Central Coast Region The CEO has advised that the period of October 1 2016 to October 15 2016 should be used.the CEO has advised that the period of October 1 2016 to October 15 2016 should be used In the interim, the Executive Assistant has been tasked with creating template Facebook Promotional Posts (7) for approval by the CEO This will allow for the posts to be scheduled well in advance, insuring quality Research Findings There are several recommendations for the organisation supported by academic research and evidence By following these recommendations, the Hunter Post Graduate Medical Institute is allowing themselves to be able to align themselves with the objective of gaining new membership from the Central Coast Region through Facebook advertising Research Findings Results show that Facebooks advertising is very useful when targeted with demographcis The CEO outlined some key points and objectives These guidelines ultimately provided the future Facebook advertising campaign next to no boundaries. The CEO was interested in using Facebook as an advertising mechanism in a way to achieve the organisations objective and attract new members. Research Findings Ethical Considerations Qualitative and quantitative approaches Qualitative - face to face interview Quantitative - Facebook's fata and analytics Facebook's data is useful in assessing the success of a post and how posts can be used to gain the most attention (e.g. likes, comments and shares) This is useful for getting the information required to attract new members Ethical considerations were paramount Strict confidentiality took place throughout the entire Industry Consulting Report, inline with the University of Newcastle's ethical guidelines In particular, no materials or data were removed from University property or premises Project Report Presentation HPMI is looking to expand its operations to the Central Coast Region The Institute has recently established a Facebook page and would like to utilise this to attract new members HPMI would like to know if Facebook can play a role in attaining new members from the Central Coast Region Implementation Plan
Transcript: As-Is Process Mapping Agenda Project Report Presentation Shelves Acquired a high level view of process Identified the areas of improvement Raw Material Handling Process Manufacturing company Stringent processes Loosely packed organization Improved the confidence to deal with a complicated process Industry Based IT Experience Project ISYS90082 Process Analysis Process Modeling Requirements gathering Integrating IT with business Improved SFIA skills Pros and Cons of Legacy Systems Use of Enterprise Application Software Australian workplace culture Interaction with the colleagues My Role Labelmakers Document and analyze the current process Model the 'as-is' process Identify the necessary areas of improvement Design a 'to-be' process Enabled an ease of use for the store staff Increased the efficiency of location transfers and stock-take counts Project Report Summary Much well defined scope More scheduled work break-down More grip on the company's ERP system Outcomes of the project Slitter Machine Improvements to the project Leading label supplier of innovative label solutions Plants located in VIC, W.A and NewZealand Vast range of product base and market segments Requirements gathering Seeking opinion Negotiating Collaborating and working in a team Background of the project My role Outcomes of the project Company's satisfaction Personal development and learnings Individual Development and Learnings Facestock+Adhesive+Backing Jumbo Project Set Up Handset Application design Expectations of the workplace Fit into the organization Department level managers - Clarity and level of detail of new process Store personnel - Ease of the new process Taken to the stage of implementation Successfully performed a trail run Vaishnavi Vegesna (646668) BMB Over-view of the project Achievements and Outcomes Reflection on learning Company's Satisfaction The Process Improved the tracking efficiency Saved time in scheduling the day to day machine jobs Enabled more efficient use of raw materials
Transcript: "Inclusive & engaging" Secondary Resources Corporate Culture Recommendations Research Problem Ethical considerations: Participants may feel tense with interviewer who is a manager Research will be retained for review, challenges, clarification Keep clear, accurate records, in a secure location Confidential material to stay confidential Findings reported accurately & completely Work of other authors cited Research to comply with ethical principles of integrity, respect for persons, justice, & beneficence Introduction Benowa Tavern 2017 Responses were quite positive & showed a high level of engagement & employee involvement in the workplace Exploratory & Secondary Research Employees observed over a period at different times in different service periods Limitations are those that the researcher cannot control that place restrictions on the research process & possibly the conclusions or recommendations. Primary Resources Ethical Responsibilities Research methods will engage employees at all levels, delving into their thoughts & experiences Crucial to ensure work environment is conducive to successful operation of a venue A successful culture will encourage employees to be engaged, motivated, & contribute Conclusions Responses show generally positive view of the venue, management, & supervisors, procedures & operations References Observations Restricted to trimester timeline Employees guarded as researcher is a manager Restricted by available hours of work Organisational Chart During the research process this is the information found from company-specific information resources & third party sources Behi, R. & Nolan, M. n.d. Ethical issues in research. Available: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Charles_Weijer/publication/45111693_Ethical_Issues_in_Research/links/0f31753b6b691c9797000000.pdf (accessed 15 October 2017). Benowa Tavern. 2017. Benowa Tavern. Available: https://www.benowatavern.com.au/ (accessed 15 October 2017). Lavinsky, D. 2012. The Employee-Motivation Checklist, Available: https://www.fastcompany.com/3002877/employee-motivation-checklist (accessed 15 October 2017). Yusof, H. S. M., Said, N. S. M., and Ali, S. R. O. 2016. A Study of Organizational Culture and Employee Motivation in Private Sector Company, Journal of Applied Environmental Biological Science , 6(3S), Available: https://www.textroad.com/pdf/JAEBS/J.%20Appl.%20Environ.%20Biol.%20Sci.,%206(3S)50-54,%202016.pdf (accessed 15 October 2017). Questionnaires "Supportive & encouraging" "Staff incentive programs" Business Introduction Textbooks, news articles, journal articles, websites used Academic sources used on: corporate culture origins employee motivation effect of corporate culture on employee motivation ethnography Adapted from Lavinsky 2012 Behi & Nolan n.d. A shared pattern of beliefs & responses to events that becomes deeply rooted in its employees & the way they respond to certain stimulus (Tharp n.d.; Organizational Culture 2007) Without motivation employees become unproductive & inefficient = detrimental to business (Yusof et al 2016 & Contiu et al 2012). Interviews Limitations Research helpful in highlighting employees are generally happy Positive responses to questionnaire & interview shows employees feel engaged & look favourably on co-workers Low staff turnover Relationship between corporate culture and employee motivation is evident in positive responses throughout research process "We are encouraged to get involved in all aspects of the venue..." Everyone involved in the research must be informed & understand why, who will see the report, & who is responsible for actioning recommended changes. Project Report Presentation Primary Research & Data Analysis Owned by ALH Group, part of hospitality industry Located at Benowa, Gold Coast, Queensland Approximately 25 employees Researcher and presenter is an Assistant Manager Research Problem Background For THINK & Benowa Tavern By Jillian Hodgkinson Timeteq - payroll system Staff turnover report Highest turnover in Jan & Feb Not high throughout year Four emloyees left venue Company newsletter - Weekly Update Via email, then printed/displayed Includes: other venues, promotions, feedback, events, WPH&S, compliance Accurate & consistent information dissemination Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures Research Context Benowa Tavern 2017 Revise induction process: immediately to ensure employees are made to feel comfortable in their role, informed of corporate culture, shown how they can engage with role & co-workers Weekly update: company weekly update to be printed weekly & displayed in prominent position for all employees 1-on-1 & group training sessions: for new & current employees Staff incentives revised: offered to all departments at different times & new incentives created Group engagement activities: sessions organised quarterly for employees to get to know each other Observations This presentation will: introduce the research topic & context describe the business &
Transcript: Boxes which need to be modified: -Professor/a: Depending on the gender modify it and just add your name. Watch out! There are two boxes!! -Nivell ( level) : Write down the level they are doing. -Participant: You have to write down name and surnames. -Terms: Fill in the correspondent term. It is really easy, you just have to follow certain steps. If you do not follow them, we will send back your student's reports for you to modify them. -There are two main parts: Term evaluation and comments. Every term you will have to fill in with their marks, leaving the previous ones. - Interacció ( interaction): if the participant interacts / participates . There are 4 possibilites: Ok, Good, Very Good or Excellent. -Writings: Pass or Not pass. -There is no average mark! Therefore, participants will see how they are doing in each skill. They are adults. In the comments section is where you have to write down your opinion. Report templates Acadèmia Formate -Reports have to be sent to the language school in advance. We have to check for spelling mistakes, appropiate comments and translation. - Send a whole group in a file. -Every year , we have to modify reports and Ferran and myself have to rush up because teachers do not pay attention. That is why, we will send back anything not been appropiately filled. - Translations have to be done for minors. So, their feedback must be in English and Catalan/ Spanish. -First / advanced students do not have reports! -Write down as well when we are coming back in the comment!!! At the bottom of the sheet, modify: Professor o professora (depending on the gender) and date. -Once we print the reports, you will have to sign them. -Exams have to be handed in in reception as well. Children's template: The format is different. -You grade your pupils according to their abilities and evolution throughout the term.
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