As I mentioned in the introductory post to this series ‘Moving from Chemical Engineering Concepts to Management Fundamentals’, my goal is to look in greater depth at chemical engineering concepts and their parallels in managerial fundamentals. This time, we look at the relationship between chemical engineering’s hypothesis development and the business world’s equivalent: strategic planning.
How Literature survey in Chemical engineering can be helpful to understand market research concepts? Read this in my latest post.
My journey of learning management fundamentals from chemical engineering concepts. Impressions from Zero Cost MBA (Envisioning 21st century global manager) project.
Speakers: 1. Phil Besley President & COO Durez Corporation General Manager Sumitomo Bakellite, North America 2. John Harrison Senior solution specialist, SAP Americas 3. Kimberly Reid Vice President, Hitachi Consulting […]
– Denmark/India representative – Participated in discussions about Green Business, Future Ecosystems and Future Society building. Participants Profile > Gabala Camp participants | International Dialogue for Environmental Action More than […]
Duration September 2010- August 2011 Project supervisor Poul Steen Hansen (Cheminova A/S), Prof. Rafiqul Gani (Department of Chemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark) CAPEC(Computer Aided Process Engineering Centre) is the […]
Event organizer KTSO (Student association of Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark) Event description- From the event page The manager of Cheminova’s department for Process Development, […]
The objective of the study was to conduct a Life Cycle Assessment of a newly developed wireless headset from GN Netcom. The aim of the study was to identify environmental hot spots during the products life cycle.The process has been based on the EDIP method and the modeling of the product system was done in the GaBi software. A baseline scenario is used for the modeling and for the sensitivity analysis, a number of scenarios have been analyzed. Recommendations and suggestions have been given for improvement at the end of this study.
Through LEAN methods and principles an emergency department design has been estimated with regards to both patient satisfaction and costs. The simulation software Pro-Model has been used to make the best possible layout design from a patient’s point of view. Risk analysis, economic evaluation were done while developing the new system.