Courses and Events
Capturing value from global networks: implications for manufacturing, supply chains and industrial policy
A two day workshop covering the fundamental issues associated with the management of early stage technology and innovation.
ICAP will bring together tribologists specializing in wear and applied scientists and manufacturing engineers with an interest in abrasive processes such as polishing and CMP, abrasive flow machining, abrasive water jet cutting etc.
Intensive three-day programme offering an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of the field of tribology.
Are you aware of new technologies early enough? Are you missing out on opportunities to expand? Do you feel swamped with data but have little useful information? This seminar aims to disseminate results of research on technology intelligence.
Modern manufacturing firms are making the shift to services - offering services and solutions, as well as their more traditional products. Yet how do firms design this
transition? What do they need to consider if they are to develop new business models which can create and capture value through services?
This workshop will explore techniques applicable at different stages of the project life cycle, including both new approaches and established techniques.
Explore and apply the fundamental principles of visual design for presenting management information.