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Design & Engineering Methodology for Organization

Brainstorming Session

DEMO (Design and Engineering Methodology for Organizations) is a methodology in enterprise engineering. The Enterprise Engineering Institute explains that an enterprise engineer designs and constructs an organization, just as a civil engineer designs and builds a bridge, or a mechanical engineer calculates liquid factors and selects materials for producing pumps. Organizations are complex entities, with a diversity of products and services, departments, people, technologies, and especially competition. DEMO was developed by Professor Dr. Jan Dietz in early 1990 at the Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. DEMO is used for designing, managing and linking human interaction in an organization. DEMO provides essential business transactions, coherent information layers, consistent aspect models, and complete communication information.

Who should attend?

Anyone who wants to understand business processes and interactions and create possibilities of effective business operations and communication. 

Program Benefits

- Knowledge of Design and Engineering Methodology for Organizations

- Understanding of Ways of Thinking (ψ-theory) and Ways of Modeling

- Designing Construction Model (CM) and Process Model (PM) models of organization interactions.

- Constructing productive business actions and effective communication

- Learning from case studies


- My White Paper from San Jose State University, California, U.S.A.  Click here

- My profile with Engineering Enterprise, The Netherlands

- More information about DEMO 

Program Outline

- What is DEMO?

- Ways of Thinking 

- Ways of Modeling 

- Case Studies

- Value Stream Mapping 

- Application of DEMO with Value Stream Mapping


Program Schedule

Day 1

8.30      Register
9.00      Introduction

9.15       What is DEMO?
9.45      Ways of Thinking
10.15     First Break

10.30    The ψ-theory

12.00    Lunch

13.00    Ways of Modeling and Construction Model (CM)​

14.45    Second Break

15.00    Process Model (PM)

16.00    End

Day 2

8.30      Register
9.00      Day 1 Wrap Up

9.15       Practice 1
10.15     First Break

10.30    Practice 2 

12.00    Lunch

13.00    Practice 3

14.45    Second Break

15.00    Application of DEMO with Value Stream Mapping

16.00    End

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