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Theory Y of Microelectronic Projects 12-Mar-14 Shivaling S Mahant-Shetti.PhD mahant@ieee.org +91-820-2570338 Cliffton, HIG 80, HUDCO Colony Manipal-576104, Karnataka, India www. karmic .co.in. Agenda Theory Y and theory X Motivation and Evaluations Goals for graduating Engineers

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Theory Y of Microelectronic Projects

12-Mar-14

Shivaling S Mahant-Shetti.PhD

mahant@ieee.org+91-820-2570338

Cliffton, HIG 80, HUDCO Colony

Manipal-576104, Karnataka, India

www.karmic.co.in

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Agenda

  • Theory Y and theory X
  • Motivation andEvaluations
  • Goals for graduating Engineers
  • Types of learning
  • Problem goal for student projects
  • Care and Feeding of a Project
  • Conclusion
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Theory Y and X –McGregor, Maslow

  • "higher order" (Theory Y) Assumptions

The expenditure of physical and mental effort in work is as natural as play or rest……

  • "lower order" (Theory X) Assumptions

The average human being has an inherent dislike of work and will avoid it if he can. Because of their dislike for work, most people must be controlled and threatened before they will work hard enough…..

  • Douglas McGregor - "The Human Side of Enterprise" published (1960)
  • Many things in life cannot be transmitted well by words, concepts, or books. Colors that we see cannot be described to a man born blind. Only a swimmer knows how swimming feels; the non-swimmer can get only the faintest idea of it with all the words and books in the world. The psychopath will never know happiness or love. The youngster must wait until he is a parent in order to know parenthood fully and to say "I didn't realize." My toothache feels different than your toothache. And so it goes. Perhaps it is better to say that all of life must be first be known experientially. There is no substitute for experience, none at all. –
  • Abraham H. Maslowin “The Psychology of Science”(1966).Hierarchy of needs
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Motivation and Evaluations

  • CLDW05
    • “We have paid Rs. 6000, we should at least get a paper out of it at VDAT”
    • Not much was accomplished in one project, most of what got done in second project was done by 2 professors and undergraduates - SSM evaluation
  • Workshop for 39 Fifth Semester students from 8 colleges
    • It is only creditable if all five projects are world class – competition does not help!
    • What would the fifth semester students know? -A professor
    • We wish we had more time to complete more of the project – Self Assessment by Project Participants
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Goals for Graduating Engineers

  • Industry’sexpectation from a fresh graduate
    • Depth in Basics
    • Ability to communicate in a diverse team
    • Ability to learn new subjects in depth interacting with team-mates
    • Responsibility
  • What Industry does not expect from fresh engineers
    • Shallow Breadth
    • Inability to execute
  • Measurements should reflect these goals. Depth and execution! Measurements must be self made.
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Types of Learning

  • Rote Learning
    • Whatever is heard is played back
    • Ability to forecast what examiners are looking for
    • Jargon based awareness
  • Data Entry
    • Memorized equations – replace variables
    • No understanding of underlying principles or related areas
  • Apprenticeship
    • Individual extrapolation of basic knowledge
    • Appreciation of inherent details
    • Fits well with Gurukul system
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Problem Goal for Student Projects

  • System understanding
    • Our knowledge is “for” solving a problem
    • Awareness of the “state of art”
    • Confidence to suggest even “laughable” solutions
  • Process of solution
    • Disciplined approach to problem tackling
    • Respectful treatment of other’s work
    • Long term India-centric large problems
  • Risk
    • Take tough challenges – 50% success rate
    • Large projects, improvement projects
    • Evaluations should treat failures with respect
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Care and Feeding of a Project

  • Brainstormingand High Goal Setting
  • Which side of the fence are you? Confidence Buiding
  • Project Planning – last day first – review of plans
  • Literature Search – standards recognition - credit
  • Execution Monitoring
  • Reviews and Rehearsals
  • Celebrating “small” victories
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Conclusion

  • Described Theory Y model for student projects
  • Involves more of motivation
  • Let participants evaluate themselves
  • Side with engineers and not evaluate them
  • Take on difficult system problems
    • Emphasize depth
    • Difficult so equal chance of failure, but treat failure as a lesson learned.
  • Described mechanics of projects