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How MIT Improves Manufacturing & Business Process

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Automation Alley
May 5, 2022
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Summary

A respected expert and MIT lecturer breaks down his method for improving manufacturing and business process.

Improving Manufacturing & Business Processes

Automation Alley's Academic expert Dan Stewart had an opportunity to sit down with John Carrier, PhD. Dr. Carrier is a senior lecturer of system dynamics at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His approach has long been celebrated for not only it's innovative methods, but his on-the-floor approach; Carrier understands that processes improvements can't just live in a classroom, they've got to be implemented into real work settings.

Dr. Carrier agreed to sit down with Dan and walk through some of his methods and findings in an Automation Alley exclusive.
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