Thought-provoking events that tackle real challenges. Bringing the right people together to address problems and share experiences to have a direct impact on improving their work.
Hear insights from world-leading manufacturing researchers and practitioners, share ideas and experiences, have your voice heard and network with influencers in industry, policy and research.
Each event is tailored to a defined audience, focussing on a specific topic, bringing together expertise in that topic to address common challenges in manufacturing.
16:30 - 19:00, INSTITUTE FOR MANUFACTURING
Understanding and developing capabilities is an essential part of strategic management of businesses. It also matters for countries – particularly those finding themselves in rapidly changing environments.
We will be joined by Professor David Teece, who will explore the latest developments in thinking about dynamic capabilities, followed by Professor Tim Minshall who will consider the related issues for skills development, and Dr Paul Christodoulou and Frank Wagner who will share recent global industrial experiences.
Part of Digital Manufacturing Week 2019, we are pleased to be bringing one of the IfM Briefings to Liverpool on 12th November.
Venue and speakers to be announced soon.
Innovation for Food Security and Sustainability
THE CRYSTAL, LONDON
How can the food industry innovate effectively to improve food security and sustainability? This was the question addressed by speakers at the recent IfM Briefing in London on 25th June 2019.
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