Setting the scene for ergonomics
Live actors and action go a long way toward teaching students how to explain human factors
By W.P. Neumann, Rheta Rosen and Katherine Turner
Being a good engineer requires more than just strong technical skills. In today’s fast-moving and globalized business environment, engineers also need strong interpersonal skills to communicate and coordinate between the many different stakeholders involved in industrial engineering projects.
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