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Multidisciplinary Teaching-Changing Collaboration During Building Design

Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering
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  • Traditionally The Design Phase Was Carried Out By One Single Person – The Master Builder
  • Industrialization And Technical Development Led To A Split Of The Role Of The Design Master Into Two
  • Today
  • Demands On Functionality Such As Energy And Cost Efficiency Led To An Increasing Need Of Functioning
  • As Well As A Need Of New Work Methods Within The Process
  • This Calls For Employees Who Are Experienced In Collaborating In Interdisciplinary Teams
  • To Fulfill This Demand A Multidisciplinary Course In “Advanced Building Design” Has Been Developed A
  • The Goal Of The Course Is To Provide Training In Teamwork At The Final Stage Of The Engineering Educ
  • The Course Has Been Carried Out Twice
  • It Was Held By A Multidisciplinary Team Of Professors In Periods 2008/09 And 2009/10
  • The Team Of Professors And The Student Teams Had Similar Working Conditions
  • These Teams Were Subject Of A Questionnaire Investigation On Collaboration And Team Work
  • The Study Has The Following Findings
  • Collaboration Can Be Learned And Improves In Time
  • It Is Shown That The Team Leader Is Not Necessarily To Be Found Within On Specific Profession
  • The Team-Structure Was Generally Flat And Decisions Were Mostly Made In Consensus
  • It Is Worthwhile To Offer A Multidisciplinary Course And Give Engineering Students Experience In Col


Multidisciplinary Teaching-Changing Collaboration During Building Design - DTU Orbit (16/04/14) Multidisciplinary Teaching-Changing Collaboration During Building Design Dederichs, A. & Karlshøj, J. 2011 In : Journal of Advanced Materials (Covina). 168-170, p. 2382-2386 Publication: Research - peer-review › Conference article – Annual report year: 2011

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