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Tata Fellow Charlene Ren is finding new ways of treating and re-using toxic wastewater from India's paper industry. This look inside a working paper mill in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh reveals a pressing environmental need for solutions...
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Speaker: Jeffrey C. Grossman, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Nov. 18, 2014 Understanding, inventing, and engineering mechanisms and materials for energy production, energy storage, and energy transport are am...
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Nuclear energy will be essential for achieving deep, rapid reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions. Today it produces almost two-thirds of all low-carbon electricity in the U.S. Nuclear power technology is highly reliable, easily s...
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High-tech and other innovative businesses function in an environment characterized by complexity, rapid change, and inherent uncertainty. Leaders and managers of such businesses therefore face particularly difficult challenges, including...
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Failure provides a crucible—an experience so profound that it forces leaders at all levels to look at themselves; examine their character, values, and behavior in a new context; and come to grips not with who they think they are, but wit...
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The numerous and diverse challenges facing society today have become more complex as people—and our institutions—become increasingly interconnected. Opportunities are plentiful, but only for those who can navigate the complexity, underst...
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Matthew S. Kressy, director of the Integrated Design & Management (IDM) master's degree track offered by MIT’s Systems Design and Management program, is an expert in product design and development. His extensive experience includes globa...
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In today’s innovation economy, organizations face increasingly complex and difficult challenges. One of the most critical is how to develop a pipeline of impactful and profitable products and services while energizing employees and keepi...
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What do solar cars, fuel cell systems at the edge of space, and surgical robots have in common? They are fascinating systems problems, the products of disruptive companies, and part of the varied career of keynote speaker Dr. Catherine M...
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Traditional, structured, and detailed project management methods that worked in the past now present severe limitations for the increasingly complex challenges of today. At MIT, a new paradigm is emerging for understanding and addressing...
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Systems thinking is the core principle of the MIT System Design and Management (SDM) program. It is also the foundation of systems engineering, which is one of the core subjects in the SDM program. Both are essential to addressing today’...
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