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In a recent MIT Leaders for Global Operations webinar titled “Can Financial Engineering Cure Cancer?”, MIT Sloan Professor Andrew Lo described how the same tools that were used to catastrophically inflate U.S. mortgage debt m...
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As the leader of strategic and integration planning for Google’s 2012 acquisition of Motorola Mobility, Matt Vokoun, LGO ’05, has played a key role in the Internet giant’s move into the mobile space. In a recent web sem...
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About the Presentation The world is rife with process improvement methods designed to deal with systemic issues facing manufacturing and services firms. Although proven tools, such as Six Sigma, Re-engineering, and Lean, exist to build ...
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About the Presentation Companies pursuing platform strategies focus heavily on market strategy and product development, often leaving procurement and supply chain decisions to downstream supporting business units. Supply chain organizat...
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About the Presentation The University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) has been on the lean journey for the past seven years, creating the Michigan Quality System. UMHS has over 20,000 faculty, staff, and trainees. The goal is to create...
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About the Presentation Multisourcing has its own set of challenges. With more people from different organizations on board, conflicts are bound to arise. The complex nature of these conflicts calls for specialized resolution strategies,...
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About the Presentation In this webinar, MIT Senior Lecturer Jonathan Byrnes explains the five building blocks of success in profitability management: (1) organizing for success; (2) leading paradigmatic change; (3) developing a great mi...
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Laura Esnaola, MBA '12, shares a personal experience as part of "The Yarn," a student initiative supported by the Student Life Office, the Student Senate, and the Values@MIT Sloan Committee. Members of the community were invited to...
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Dr. Jeanne W. Ross, Director and Principal Research Scientist, MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research Both the number and range of electronic data sources available to businesses are increasing at a phenomenal rate. Based on c...
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Doug Cooper, Trubelo Development and Consulting A shortage of talent is one of the most critical problems facing the supply chain community, particularly for global supply chains. Doug Cooper will share some of the challenges and s...
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