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Student-Based Applied Research, SBAR. John W. Sinn, QS Professor, BGSU Naj Ahmad, QS Student, BGSU Presented at the January 9, 2008 American Society for Quality, Toledo Section Dinner Meeting. Topics SBAR defined Top 10 reasons for SBAR Typical SBAR project anatomy

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Student-Based Applied Research, SBAR

John W. Sinn, QS Professor, BGSU

Naj Ahmad, QS Student, BGSU

Presented at the January 9, 2008

American Society for Quality, Toledo Section Dinner Meeting

Topics

  • SBAR defined
  • Top 10 reasons for SBAR
  • Typical SBAR project anatomy
  • Infrastructural support, considerations
  • Opportunities, challenges
sbar defined
SBAR Defined…….

SBAR, at BGSU, is currently a modified co-op experience focused on applied research, in partnership with sponsor organization, and with added support and other features.

Faculty

Student

SBAR

Organizational

Mentor

Project

Manager

Broad-based interaction, dynamic, composing SBAR

sbar defined1

Faculty

Student

SBAR

Organizational

Mentor

Project Manager

SBAR Defined…….

SBAR, at BGSU, is currently a modified co-op experience focused on applied research, in partnership with sponsor organization, and with added support and other features.

Relationally……..

  • SBAR engages all on the team, in ways which co-op does not, on applied research.
  • SBAR has a pre-determined project-focused agenda, not only student work experience.
  • SBAR is a longer term, continuing commitment, via the project team, for change.
  • SBAR provides a broader base of talent and resources focused on the project objectives.
top 10 reasons for sbar
Top 10 Reasons For SBAR
  • Affordable, systematic, disciplined, value-adding, for organizational sponsor and others in mix.
  • Problem solving that develops critical thinking, leads to robust solutions.
  • “High end” leadership talent assists in change process, cultural paradigm shifts.
  • Involves faculty, student and organization mentor relationally as an innovative, creative dynamic.
  • Future opportunities are built—as trust and confidence grows—leading to new venues.
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Top 10 Reasons For SBAR
  • Stakeholders communicate through a team, using innovative technologies for change.
  • Documented through a “research report” reflective of documentation needed for change.
  • Win-Win approach for university and sponsoring organization.
  • Initiated by a customer proposal, iterative discussions and negotiations lead to contract.
  • Contracted services on a per hour basis, no benefits paid by sponsoring organization.
sbar project anatomy typical objectives
SBAR Project Anatomy: Typical Objectives
  • General data gathering and documentation for SOP’s, work instructions, layouts, value stream mapping, process flow charts, and other related lean sigma foundations.
  • Improve quality with teams engaged in courses/training for credit and non-credit through BGSU, at graduate and undergraduate levels, focused on lean sigma initiatives.
  • Lean sigma data-based improvement, data collection, analysis, and experimentation, including assessment and acquisition of appropriate software systems for use.
  • Data-based documentation, lean sigma, assessing to determine and develop innovative systems/applications collaboratively for increasing robustness.
sbar project anatomy growing doing a typical project
SBAR Project Anatomy: Growing, Doing A Typical Project

Assess project potentials

Initial contact

New projects being discussed

Draft proposal initiated

Phase III commences/

project results documented

Student identified

Phase II

communication

Contract signed,

project commences

Phase II

commences

Phase I communication

Objectives tightened

sbar project anatomy documenting the deliverables
SBAR Project Anatomy:Documenting The Deliverables

A multi-chapter “Research report” is typically built over time, to include:

  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Review of Literature
  • Chapter 3: Methodology
  • Chapter 4: Project phases, findings
  • Chapter 5: Results, conclusions

Developed as “mini thesis”…….documenting progress and improvement for all, assessment vehicle to assure project is on the mark.

opportunities challenges
Opportunities, Challenges

Academic benefits………opportunities

  • Support, guidance to learn valuable skills
  • Develop current and future professional skills
  • Earn while you learn, leadership
  • Flexible, consistent professional growth
  • Self investigation, growth, career exploration

Industry benefits………opportunities

  • Applied research problem-solving approach
  • Seamless technology transfer, change
  • Project tied to resources on campus
  • Faculty input, with sponsor champion driving idea
  • Develop current future partnership, network
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Opportunities, Challenges

SBAR applies to several areas………challenges

  • Manufacturing, base of all SBAR experience
  • Healthcare, Construction, Education, Government
  • Quality improvement, change, always a challenge

QS curriculum is base of SBAR, offers challenges

  • Seven undergraduate, four graduate courses
  • Part of new Engineering Technology initiative
  • Lean sigma focused, project oriented, online teams
  • Certificates, credit and non-credit merge
  • Excel SW foundations, shifting to MS Project
questions contact

Questions…….Contact……..

Dr. John W. Sinn

jwsinn@bgsu.edu

(419)-276-6034