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NEWS

  • Gunter Pauli, Mike Barry and more conference presentation videos now uploaded.  Watch the videos here.   
  • PhD Thesis Award by the European Federation of National Maintenance Societies [more]
  • Can sixth form students improve your factory? [more]
  • Masterclass - Transforming Business to Deliver Sustainable Value [more]
  • IfM Briefing Day 2016 - The 'Digital Revolution' [more]
  • Business tools used to enhance service offering at iema [more]
  • More news...

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OUR VISION

We envisage a more environmentally and economically sustainable future for all manufacturing with a resilient industrial sector adapting to uncertain future conditions and operating their businesses in ways that do not compromise the needs of future generations. 

We see our role in this transition as a partner with industry, carrying out effective interdisciplinary research that delivers ideas, knowledge and solutions in management practice, technology and policy to create lasting impact  for the whole manufacturing sector. 

We do this through:

> Understanding factory performance and developing tools to  drive effective reductions in the use of resources

> Providing the systems and tools to design and manage the next generation of factories

> Providing frameworks for sustainable business models

> Enabling and driving sustainable industrial policy development

 

  Featured Videos

      DVladimirova      Steve Hope - Sustainability     

                   Business Model
               Transformations for
                    Sustainability

            Dr Doroteya Vladimirova      
            University of Cambridge

              "Sustainability"...
         Does it have a future in
               Manufacturing?

                  Steve Hope
           Toyota Motor Europe

 

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