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Production Engineering - Personnel Education for the Needs of Market Economy

Gawlik, Józef and Gawlik, Remigiusz (2011): Production Engineering - Personnel Education for the Needs of Market Economy. Published in: Dilemmas of the Contemporary Economy Facing Global Changes (2011): pp. 557-566.

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Production Engineering is the youngest, but fast developing scientific discipline in Poland. Its field of interests fully corresponds to the formerly created “Management and Production Engineering” study dominant. Production Engineering covers issues such as planning, designing, implementing and management of production and logistic systems and maintenance of their functioning. These systems are understood as socio – technical constructs that aim to integrate the employees, information, energy, materials, tools and processes during the whole product life cycle. Production Engineering bases on technical, economic, human and social sciences. It uses the know – how of telecommunication, informatics, management, public communication and human resources management. Therefore it has all the qualities necessary for educating engineers accordingly to the needs of modern market economy. The paper presents briefly chosen aspects of engineering activity in the field of production engineering.

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