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ME 310A: Engineering Design Entrepreneurship and Innovation: exploring the problem space

Reality is the best teacher. The best performers are coached. The best learners are on teams of 3-4 persons. We offer an extraordinary Coaching Team to maximize the value of your time at Stanford. Your year long mission is to create the personal self-efficacy you need to engage wicked real-world design challenges. Your team is one element in a ¿team-of-teams¿ that includes a corporate staff-team and in most cases, a 2nd academic team at an international university. You will be challenged to re-invent-X, to be a start-up in Silicon Valley. Expect 10 different industry funded design challenges at the human interface to Robots, AI, Internet of Things, Autonomous vehicles and Smart Cities. ME310A is dedicated to exploring the problem-space using strategic-foresight, design thinking, team-dynamics-management, rapid prototyping, and human-centric problem RE-framing. We expect you to take ME310ABC.
Terms: Aut | Units: 4 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)

ME 310B: Engineering Design Entrepreneurship and Innovation: exploring the solution space

In ME310A your team RE-framed a human-centric need/problem. You have your X. Now explore the solution space. Search for the dark-horse (the impossible solution that actually might work). ME310B and ME310C are a single course with one grade in June. Your interdisciplinary team-of-teams is challenged by your industry partners to achieve break-through-innovation. In late March, Stanford students typically visit their international partners to converge on one solution path to be made REAL by June.
Terms: Win | Units: 4 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
Instructors: Leifer, L. (PI)

ME 310C: Engineering Design Entrepreneurship and Innovation: make it REAL

REAL hardware, software, and user testing are the missions for Spring Quarter. Make it REAL. Engage any discipline and any technology to succeed. Enable user testing, technical and business evaluation. Keep using strategic-foresight, design thinking, team-dynamics management, rapid prototyping, and problem/solution re-framing. Present your test results and pre-production prototype to the world at the Stanford Design EXPErience in June (760 people attended in 2017). Tell the world what you did, why you did it, and what you learned from the doing.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
Instructors: Leifer, L. (PI)

ME 310I: The Essential Elements of New Product Development: Business and Industry Perspectives

Restricted to graduate students. Topics include new product development agenda, new product management skills, leadership and team management, ncultural awareness, organizational culture, industrial challenges and opportunities. Seminar will include in-class discussions, design thinking sessions and guest speakers from industry.
Terms: not given this year, last offered Spring 2016 | Units: 1 | Repeatable for credit | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
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