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UE Digital and durable industrialization - 5GUC3800

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 27.0
    • Tutorials : 27.0
    • Laboratory works : -
    • Projects : -
    • Internship : -
    • Written tests : -
    ECTS : 6.0
  • Officials : Celine CHOLEZ


The aim of this course is for students to be able to integrate economic issues (e.g. productivity, location, private and social costs, value, competition and strategy) and social issues during the industrial development stage.

A revision of the issues relating to business strategy, competition, profitability of the production system and also in sustainability, both in terms of industrial relations and employee commitment as well as employee health & security aspects.


Section on Sociology

1. Production systems and corporate culture
2. Skills: business, versatility, careers
3. Job design: socio-technical interdependencies, rotations, flows, organisational slacks
4. Management and coordination plans of action
5. Dynamic learning
6. Employee participation: feedback, operational quality groups, operational management
7. Socio-organisational aspects of industrial risks

Section on Economics

1. Economic dimensions of designing organisations when completing the Offer
2. Tactical effectiveness: activity and information coordination depending on the demand
3. Individual and team motivation: incentives
4. Overall economic vision of industrialisation and organisational architecture of the different sectors/branches
5. International and spatial dimensions of global industrialisation
6. Competition and industrialisation: principles and cases studies
7. Strategic dimensions of industrialisation: commitment to production capacities installed, location, lock-in and dominant design
8. Innovation and industrialisation
9. Sustainable industrialisation and societal challenges of industrialisation


Basic Economics course from the 1st year - Sociology of Work and Analysis of Work Activity

Areas of study:
-Sociology of work and organisations - Ergonomics
-Industrial Economics and Business Economics for industrialisation processes within a company
-Corporate strategy


1st exam period: continuous assessment (50%) and written exam (50%)
2nd exam period (resits): Written exam

E1 = Final written exam from the 1st exam period
E2 = Final written exam from the 2nd exam period

N1 = Final mark from the 1st exam period
N2 = Final mark from the 2nd exam period

N1 = moyenne (CC + E1)


The course exists in the following branches:

  • Curriculum - Master GI SIE program - Semester 9
  • Curriculum - Engineer student Master SCM - Semester 9
  • Curriculum - Engineer IPID apprentice program - Semester 9
  • Curriculum - Engineer student Master PD - Semester 9
see the course schedule for 2021-2022

Additional Information

Course ID : 5GUC3800
Course language(s): FR

You can find this course among all other courses.


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Date of update June 23, 2020

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