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Importance And Role Of Competence In Professional Career Of Product Develop Engineers


Product development is a creative task where is systematically created a new product, which makes possible to firms to offer attractive, innovative and market oriented products. In conditions of fierce competition and saturated markets, companies that do not innovate are stagnating and disappear from the market. Innovation is therefore every intervention which can reduce production costs, enables optimum utilization of available human, energy and material resources, improve product quality, improve the placement, which leads to an increase in competitiveness. A prerequisite for fulfillment of the above-mentioned tasks is that the companies have engineers with the appropriate competencies, which are able to, through creativity, innovation and fascinating technique of creating new or improving existing products and lunch it on the market. The paper discusses the role and importance of the competences that are necessary for a successful professional career of product development engineers.

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STEM-oriented high schools and dual enrolment as effective methods for promoting engineering programs

Sciences – School Year 2017-2018 at: [Accessed 01 Jul. 2019]. Sanders, M. (2009). STEM Education, STEMmania. The Technology Teacher. International Technology Education Association at: [Accessed 01 Sep. 2019]. Strauss, M. (2017). About a Third of Americans Would Tell High Schoolers Seeking Career Advice to Enter a STEM-related Field. Pew Research Center at: [Accessed 01 Sep. 2019]. The Framework for Integrative Science, Technology

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Internet-based consumer co-creation experience of the new product development process

cooperate. Fuller (2010) analysed motives for co-creation. Multiple reasons drive consumers to engage in open innovation projects ranging from purely intrinsic motives (such as fun, kinship, and altruism) and internalised extrinsic motives (e.g., learning, reputation, and own use) to purely extrinsic motives (such as payment and career prospects) ( von Krogh et al., 2008 ). As a result, ten categories of motives were identified: intrinsic playful task, curiosity, self-efficacy, skill development, information seeking, recognition (visibility), community support

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Student Apprenticeships of Course-of-Study and Diploma-Related Types as an Element Used for Raising the Professional Competences of Engineers Educated for the Needs of Maritime and Inland Shipping Industry

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The Possibilities of Production Engineering in the Development of Smart Specialisations Illustrated with the Example of the Silesian Voivodeship

References [1] J. Brzóska. „Rozwój inteligentnych specjalizacji a wdrażanie regionalnej strategii innowacji (na przykładzie województwa śląskiego)”, in Zeszyty Naukowe Politechniki Śląskiej (s. Organizacja i Zarządzanie), z. 70, 2014, pp. 67-81. [2] D. Foray. „ERA: Entrepreneurial Regional Action”, in Public Service Review: Science and Technology, no. 2, 2009. [3] D. Foray, P.A. David and B.H. Hall. Smart specialisation. From academic idea to political instrument, the surprising career of a concept and a

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Paths to Explain Employee Job Satisfaction. A Fuzzy-Set Analysis

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Influence of personal variables on entrepreneurial intention: A comparative study between Poland and Spain

study of technopreneurial intentions: A career anchor perspective. Journal of Business Venturing 19(1), 7-28. Lee S. H. & Wong P. K. 2004 An exploratory study of technopreneurial intentions: A career anchor perspective Journal of Business Venturing 19 1 7 – 28 Lheureux, F., & Auzoult, L. (2017). Me, an entrepreneur? Entrepreneurial identity, outgroup social identification, attitudes and intentions towards business creation. Revista de Psicologia Social 32(2), 246-275. Lheureux F. & Auzoult L. 2017 Me, an entrepreneur

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Drivers and barriers to innovation in the Australian public service: A qualitative thematic analysis

, 2006 ). Moreover, public servants who initiate innovations were more likely to be middle or lower-level bureaucrats in direct contact with clients rather than senior managers. Similarly, Borins (2006) has also found that frequent innovators in public sectors are career civil servants at the middle manager and frontline levels. For example, the following three quotes signal the importance of bottom-up innovation: “We know, I guess as leaders in the public service that the ideas aren’t going to come from old us, old, crusty folk, they’re going to come from

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Analysis of the opportunities to implement the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism

knowledge to systematically create innovations (including after the implementation of the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism); The formation of multidisciplinary working teams of the producer of the implementation as a result of the implementation of the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism, which will create the potential for similar activities to be carried out after the implementation of the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism; The acquisition by scientific employees, of the producer of the implementation, of valuable experience and competences to build their scientific careers and to obtain degrees and titles

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MCDM, operational research and sustainable development in the trans-border Lithuanian–German– Polish co-operation

practitioners who could share their experience and ask advice while developing their dissertations. The meetings consulted and initially assessed several research promotion texts. The Colloquia also opened opportunities for participants to extend their research volume, which was a significant factor in the advancement of their academic careers. Fig. 1 Colloquia calendar and characteristic topics Source: author’s elaboration on the basis of ( Vilutiene, 2019 , pp. 87-92). The establishment of the Colloquia created a basis for the development (through the

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