Design for People - Improving the Workplace

Paper #:
  • 981009

Published:
  • 1998-02-23
Citation:
Tiem, D. and Doyle, T., "Design for People - Improving the Workplace," SAE Technical Paper 981009, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/981009.
Pages:
6
Abstract:
Successful simultaneous engineering requires a team with a high degree of engineering skill and experience, knowledge of the latest materials, processes, and methodologies; and it also requires finely honed people skills. Designing the workplace for people (DFP) can facilitate collaboration, increase quality and other significant metrics, and lead to an enhanced product greatly appreciated by the customer. Design for People applies the principles of performance technology to select and retain outstanding engineers, systematically train and educate for future competency needs, and reward and motivate through traditional and non-traditional approaches. Examples of best practice enable other organizations to apply the concepts of DFP.
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