Developing successful people, capabilities and businessesTuesday 22 December 2015
Judith Shawcross, Head of Professional and Executive Development at the IfM, explains why manufacturing and technology companies need scientists, engineers and technologists who can operate at a strategic business level, work across functional divides and integrate their technical knowledge into business planning.
Additive manufacturing: understanding the bigger pictureMonday 21 December 2015
Governments around the world have high hopes for Additive Manufacturing (AM) – also widely referred to as ‘3D printing’. But if it is to have the economic impact they are looking for, there needs to be a better understanding of both the huge opportunities AM presents as well as the barriers that may prevent it realising its potential.
Understanding the customer: new service-based business modelsFriday 18 December 2015
At the Cambridge Service Alliance we are exploring new service-based business models and, in particular, what the business to business (B2B) world needs to learn from consumer-focused companies.
Big and clever: a system-wide approach to data analyticsThursday 17 December 2015
The Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL) at the IfM are working with companies to develop smart ways of using data to improve performance and increase resilience.
PrISMS programme publishes preliminary results of its work with UK SMEsThursday 3 December 2015
The preliminary results of IfM Education and Consultancy Services’ (IfM ECS) three-year work helping SMEs through the PrISMS programme have just been released.
What's new at the IfM - December - Latest from the Centre for International ManufacturingTuesday 1 December 2015
These are interesting times for global manufacturers. At our recent annual Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium, we learnt first-hand from companies such as Cisco, Jaguar Land Rover and Schneider Electric about the radical transformations they are undergoing as they move towards increasingly connected, smarter, digitally-enabled supply chains.
IfM students shine in engineering photo competitionTuesday 1 December 2015
Four PhD students at the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) participated in the 2015 Carl Zeiss Photography competition, with one winning second prize.
Student Overseas Research Project 2016Monday 30 November 2015
The Overseas Research Project is a two-week project organised by the final-year Manufacturing Engineering students.
Make the most of your intellectual property - register for the Strategic Intellectual Property Forum at the IfM on December 8thMonday 30 November 2015
The IfM has joined forces with Cambridge-based intellectual property firm Avidity IP to start the Strategic Intellectual Property Forum.
Open Innovation Food and FMCG Pitching Event winners announcedWednesday 25 November 2015
On Tuesday 17 November, 18 innovators pitched their new ideas for food-related products and services to members of the Open Innovation Forum – a group of senior executives from major food and FMCG firms, such as Mars, Unilever, General Mills, Tate & Lyle, Tesco and Crown Packaging.
IfM ECS helps create roadmap to boost European manufacturing through ICT researchWednesday 25 November 2015
IfM Education and Consultancy Services has helped EU-funded project Road4FAME to create a roadmap to align future information and communication technology research with the needs of European manufacturing businesses.
Making a better futureTuesday 24 November 2015
Imagine a world where factories clean the water they use, where the air is higher quality leaving the factory than it is coming in, where locally available materials are used in advanced processes to create personalised versions of global products, and where everyone wants to work in factories because they offer the highest value jobs.
Industrial Evolution - Making British Manufacturing SustainableFriday 20 November 2015
Report from the UK Manufacturing Commission Inquiry into Industrial Sustainability in which vital measures are outlined that government and industry should take to ensure that British manufacturing is here to stay.
IfM Hosts Annual Symposium of the Engineering Education Research NetworkFriday 13 November 2015
The Manufacturing Industry Education Research Group at the IfM has hosted the 3rd Annual Symposium of the UK & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network.
Watch the interview with Dr Jag Srai on Cambridge TVWednesday 11 November 2015
Dr Jag Srai from the Centre for International Manufacturing at the IfM has recently taken part in an interview for Cambridge TV.
The alumni interviews: MET over lunchTuesday 10 November 2015
Jonathan Duck took the Production Engineering Tripos (PET) 1981-1983, when it was only in its third year. It was renamed the Manufacturing Engineering Tripos (MET) soon after.
IfM ECS helps to unlock huge opportunities for specialist metals fabricator Stainless MetalcraftMonday 9 November 2015
Stainless Metalcraft is a high specification fabrication and machining company planning to triple its turnover helped by expert facilitation from IfM ECS through the Civil Nuclear Sharing in Growth programme.
New handbook to help with grant applicationsFriday 6 November 2015
Offering basic tips for researchers preparing grant applications including advice on how to communicate the novelty, strengths and importance of your research ideas, as well as how to convey your abilities to plan, manage and deliver on your project.
Small but mighty: the manufacturing challenges of nanotechnologyTuesday 3 November 2015
Head of NanoManufacturing at the IfM, Dr Michaël de Volder explains why manufacturing carbon nanotubes is so difficult – and so important.
The Newsletter of the Centre for Technology Management - November 2015Sunday 1 November 2015
Read the November issue of the Centre for Technology Management Newsletter.
Connecting the unconnected: New thinking on next generation supply chainsFriday 30 October 2015
As the annual Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium marks its twentieth year Dr Tomás Harrington, Dr Jag Srai and Paul Christodoulou from the IfM’s Centre for International Manufacturing (CIM) reflect on the new supply chain thinking that is emerging from companies such as Cisco, Coca-Cola, Jaguar Land Rover, Johnson Matthey, Cambridge University Press and Schneider Electric.
Seeing the bigger picture: How experts at Atos are becoming trusted advisorsFriday 30 October 2015
IfM Education and Consultancy Services (IfM ECS) has developed a bespoke executive education programme for IT experts at the global technology company, Atos.
IfM Review Issue 4Friday 30 October 2015
This issue includes articles on: 50 years of manufacturing at Cambridge – research, education and practice; The IfM’s distinctive approach to science, technology & innovation policy; The manufacturing challenges of nanotechnology; New thinking about next generation supply chains; Executive and professional development: how experts at Atos are becoming ‘trusted advisors'; And an alumni interview with Jonathan Duck - MET over Lunch.
Report from AMSCI Consortium meetingThursday 29 October 2015
We are pleased to report that a quarterly meeting of Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI) Consortium was held at Thorn Lighting, Spennymoor, Durham on 16th October 2015.
20th Anniversary of the Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL)Thursday 29 October 2015
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL) – having started in 1995 as the Manufacturing Automation and Control Systems Group and briefly morphing into the Centre for Distributed Automation and Control or CDAC.
Industrial Sustainability Annual ReviewWednesday 28 October 2015
The EPSRC Centre for Industrial Sustainability has published its fourth Annual Review.
50 years of manufacturing at CambridgeMonday 26 October 2015
2015 is an important year for the IfM. This October sees the 50th annual intake of students on its MPhil in Industrial Systems, Manufacture and Management. This was a pioneering course when it was first conceived and its twenty-first century graduates are more sought after than ever. October 2015 is also when Professor Sir Mike Gregory retires after 20 years leading manufacturing research, education and practice at the University of Cambridge and we welcome his successor, Professor Andy Neely.
Maintenance optimisation for multi-component assets with fault propagationMonday 26 October 2015
The reliability engineering community has been battling with the difficulty of modelling the complex behaviour of asset deterioration. One of the key research areas receiving increasing attention is to use mathematical models to capture the phenomenon of dependences among components within multi-component assets.
Given in evidenceTuesday 20 October 2015
The IfM’s Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy aims to give policymakers the information they need to provide effective support for emerging technologies and industries.
Conference Summary - Creating Value Through Customer ServicesFriday 16 October 2015
In a world of data enabled ecosystems - Podcasts, presentations and posters.
Asset management workshopFriday 16 October 2015
Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction held an industrial workshop on Asset Management at the Institute for Manufacturing on the 28th of September. The workshop brought together practitioners across different infrastructure sectors to discuss the emerging challenges in asset management, and to help the Centre set directions for future research.
Technology roadmap for the UK marine industriesWednesday 14 October 2015
IfM ECS has delivered a roadmapping project for the UK’s marine industries on behalf of Innovate UK.
Keeping the supply chain flowingThursday 8 October 2015
In this age of rapid and escalating change, what can businesses do to flourish? Take a look at their supply chains, say researchers in the Centre for International Manufacturing, part of the IfM, based on their research in the UK and India.
What's new at the IfM - OctoberThursday 1 October 2015
Today is my first day as the Head of the IfM. My predecessor, Mike Gregory, leaves us in great shape to carry on doing what we do best - developing new insights into manufacturing and sharing them as widely as possible to help build successful businesses and industries.
Former student wins international design awardWednesday 30 September 2015
David Wolffe, who graduated from the Manufacturing Engineering Tripos in 1986, has been awarded 2015 Good Design Award.
Strategic technology and innovation management consortium programme 2016Tuesday 29 September 2015
The 2016 programme launch meeting will be hosted in Cambridge on Wednesday 18 November, providing interested companies with an opportunity to shape the programme for next year.
Big Data - the art of the possibleMonday 28 September 2015
The latest in a series of CSIC Future Technologies Workshops, Big Data – the Art of the Possible, attracted 50 leading professionals and academics from more than 30 organisations keen to discuss big data in the context of smart infrastructure and construction.
Growth through effective innovation & technologyFriday 25 September 2015
Innovation is key to growth – but how do you manage it efficiently and how do you go about deciding what new product or process to invest in?
Remedies Partners' MeetingWednesday 23 September 2015
Following the recent release of capital spend and funds for recruitment, a full Remedies consortium partner meeting was held at the IfM Cambridge to review progress on individual project workstreams and agree forward plans.
EPSRC Manufacturing the Future conference hosted by the IfMMonday 21 September 2015
Nearly 300 of the UK’s top academics, industrialists and government representatives were in Cambridge last week discussing how to support innovation and world-class manufacturing in the UK.
Polish scientists learn about innovation and technology management at the IfMFriday 18 September 2015
75 Polish scientists have spent their summer in Cambridge, learning how to manage collaborative research projects and bring high-technology products to market.
Job Opportunities at the Centre for International ManufacturingFriday 18 September 2015
The Centre for International Manufacturing is now hiring for Research Assistants/Associates.
Deans' Forum Lecture Series - University of TokyoMonday 14 September 2015
Qingxin Zhang from the Fluids in Advanced Manufacturing (FIAM) group attended the Deans’ Forum at the University of Tokyo for a five-day intensive lecture programme about microfluidics and its biomedical applications.
The six burning questions for firms looking to make money from big dataFriday 11 September 2015
Big data has been touted as the 'new oil for business', representing incredible potential financial rewards. How should they go about using it, asks Professor Andy Neely.
The six burning questions for firms looking to make money from big dataFriday 11 September 2015
Big data has been touted as the 'new oil for business', representing incredible potential financial rewards. How should they go about using it, asks Professor Andy Neely.
What makes an intelligent infrastructure asset?Thursday 27 August 2015
What would it take to enable a piece of infrastructure to take care of itself, asks Duncan McFarlane of the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure?
IfM work on UK pharmaceutical supply chains scales up as project moves into next phaseTuesday 25 August 2015
£11.2m of government funding for the REMEDIES (RE-configuring MEDIcines End-to-end Supply) project has been approved, meaning work on the project can accelerate into its next phase.
Podcast - Making the Shift to Services in the Animal Health IndustryTuesday 25 August 2015
Podcast Interview with Dr Veronica Martinez on 'Making the Shift to Services in the Animal Health Industry'.
Building strategic university-industry partnerships: lessons from the UK and USWednesday 12 August 2015
A new report discussing key lessons and effective practices from UK and US experiences for building and nurturing effective and mutually beneficial strategic university-industry partnerships.
How can big data create value for companies?Friday 7 August 2015
Dr Mohamed Zaki describes recent research from the Cambridge Service Alliance into data-driven business models.
The Origin of the Internet of ThingsFriday 31 July 2015
Most of you have probably heard the Internet of Things, or the IoT, mentioned but have you ever wondered what it means and where it all began?
Former MET filmed at the IfMTuesday 28 July 2015
Keno Mario-Ghai, who graduated last year, was filmed at the IfM for a television programme to go out on the Discovery Channel next year.
Understanding strategic decisions in technology development projectsMonday 27 July 2015
The Centre for Technology Management have launched a research study to better understand strategic decisions that need to be taken in the different stages of technology development projects.
INDIN 2015 Conference - special session hosted at the IfMSunday 26 July 2015
In July, researchers from the Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory were actively involved in the IEEE INDIN 2015 conference on Industrial Informatics.
AMSCI Consortium meeting held at the IfMFriday 24 July 2015
We are pleased to report that a quarterly meeting of Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI) was held at the Institute for Manufacturing on 17th July 2015.
Self-Healing and Smart Coatings: The Future of MaterialsThursday 23 July 2015
Dr Ronan Daly describes new research into sensors and smart surfaces can be designed and deployed to extend the operating life of machinery and manufactured products.
IfM's work with Linde Gases results in prestigious 'Red Dot' awardTuesday 21 July 2015
In 2014 IfM helped Linde Gases develop its technologically advanced gas cylinder valve, EVOS™ Ci. On 29 June Linde received the 2015 ‘Red Dot’ award for Product Design, seeing off competition from nearly 5,000 other entries.
Manufacturing the Future conference: key speakers confirmedTuesday 21 July 2015
Leading UK academics, industrialists and senior government representatives will gather at the fourth EPSRC Manufacturing the Future Conference at the University of Cambridge on 17 and 18 September 2015.
Cutting edge research presented at the 4th Annual Sustainability conferenceMonday 20 July 2015
The EPSRC Centre for Industrial Sustainability (CIS) held its Fourth Annual Conference on 6-7 July at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.
Towards Lean and Resilient ProductionThursday 16 July 2015
Dr Alena Puchkova presented a paper titled "Towards Lean and Resilient Production" at the Symposium on Information Control in Manufacturing (INCOM 2015).
Mukesh Kumar Podcast from the - UK-India food supply chains: sustainability and food security conferenceMonday 13 July 2015
Listen now to the podcast of Dr Mukesh Kumar Podcast from the UK-India food supply chains: sustainability and food security conference.
Can you help Mars, PepsiCo and Heineken find innovative solutions to their business challenges?Wednesday 1 July 2015
Pitch your ideas and products to senior leaders from major food and FMCG firms at the 4th Food & FMCG Innovation Pitching Event on 17 November at Food Matters Live, ExCel, London.
IfM researchers visit YH Global in ChinaWednesday 1 July 2015
Researchers from the Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory visited YH Global in China for a two-week field trip in June as part of the ITALI project.
Happy Academy: children's greetings cards that nurture positive emotionsTuesday 30 June 2015
Happy Academy is one of more than 100 smaller manufacturers that IfM ECS is working with as part of the PrISMS programme – and this case study highlights the difference it has made.
IfM to hold first Strategic Intellectual Property ForumMonday 29 June 2015
The Institute for Manufacturing is launching the Strategic Intellectual Property Forum (SIPF) to support companies in using their IP when making strategic decisions. The Forum's first event will be held on Tuesday 7 July.
News and updates for the SME communityWednesday 24 June 2015
The latest edition of the SMe-bulletin contains information on a 'Make it Here' event, two new case studies, and reports on recent events.
dB Broadcast: delivering broadcast system integration from studio to transmission worldwideTuesday 23 June 2015
dB Broadcast is one of more than 100 smaller manufacturers that IfM ECS is working with as part of the PrISMS programme – and this case study highlights the difference it has made.
Researchers at the IfM win prize at the Institute of Asset Management Annual ConferenceFriday 19 June 2015
CSIC’s Asset Management team based at the Institute for Manufacturing has won a prize for the Best Poster and Presentation at the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Annual Conference 2015.
Photonics PhD student explains influence of Star Wars novel on her workThursday 18 June 2015
PhD student Karen Yu explains how George Lucas' Star Wars novel has influenced her work in the field of photonic lasers as part of the University of Cambridge's 'Novel Thoughts' project.
MET students display their innovative projects at the 2015 Design ShowWednesday 17 June 2015
Teams of MET students completed a major design project to develop a new product with real business potential, which they then presented at the Design Show on 3 June.
Expecting the UnexpectedWednesday 17 June 2015
Expecting the Unexpected article by CSIC's Duncan McFarlane and Tariq Masood published in Infrastructure Intelligence.
New head for Institute for ManufacturingMonday 15 June 2015
Professor Andy Neely has been appointed as the new head of the Institute for Manufacturing and Professor of Manufacturing on the retirement of Professor Sir Mike Gregory on 30 September.
Call for Evidence: development of UK National Strategy for Additive Manufacturing/3D printingFriday 12 June 2015
Researchers from the Institute for Manufacturing are helping to run a nationwide Call for Evidence to support the development of a UK national strategy for additive manufacturing/3D printing (AM-3DP).
IfM ECS helps identify priorities for manufacturing research in EuropeFriday 12 June 2015
IfM Education and Consultancy Services (IfM ECS) is taking part in a project to advise the European Commission on priorities for research to help boost manufacturing productivity and competitiveness across Europe.
Senior civil service officials from Pakistan visit the IfMThursday 4 June 2015
A ten-member delegation comprising senior civil servants from various administrative sections of the Government of Pakistan paid a visit to the IfM on 25 May.
Ecotile: boosting growth through innovation and efficiencyMonday 1 June 2015
Ecotile is one of more than 100 smaller manufacturers that IfM ECS is working with as part of the PrISMS programme – and this case study highlights the difference it has made.
Cambridge Service Alliance Annual Report 2014Friday 29 May 2015
The 2014 Annual Report from the Cambridge Service Alliance has been published - The Alliance is a unique global partnership between businesses and universities.
From Tripos to TripAdvisorWednesday 27 May 2015
Since leaving the Department of Engineering, where she pursued the Manufacturing Engineering Tripos (MET), alumna Lily Cheng has had a whirlwind career that now boasts President, APAC, at TripAdvisor.
Understanding the landscape: High value manufacturing strategies for the regionsFriday 22 May 2015
IfM ECS has been working with Swindon and Wiltshire LEP and the Liverpool City Region LEP to help them develop their own vision for high value manufacturing in their regions, and to do so in a way that supports national initiatives.
Good things come in smart packaging: an IfM ECS/Lloyds Bank thought leadership eventThursday 21 May 2015
Industry experts and researchers shared their insights on smart packaging and its applications in the food and drink industry in a thought leadership event held at the IfM.
Is big data still big news?Monday 18 May 2015
People are describing data as being ‘the new oil’ - but is it true? Dr Mohamed Zaki from the Cambridge Service Alliance explains that, while many companies are already benefiting from big data, it also presents some tough challenges.
IfM Briefing Day 2015Friday 15 May 2015
On 14 May, the IfM held its annual Briefing Day – attended by more than 150 senior industrialists and policymakers who heard about the IfM’s latest research and the work it is doing with industry and government.
Alumnus Phil Sorrell helps revolutionise high street banking with mobile innovationFriday 15 May 2015
Over a decade ago, Phil Sorrell set up FE-Mobile and with colleagues created the world’s first highly secure downloadable mobile banking platform, now used by millions worldwide.
News for the SME communityThursday 14 May 2015
The latest edition of the SMe-bulletin contains a new case study, information on recent events and an upcoming thought leadership event on smart packaging.
Newton Commercial: in the driving seat in the classic car marketTuesday 5 May 2015
Newton Commercial is one of more than 100 smaller manufacturers that IfM ECS is working with as part of the PrISMS programme – and this case study highlights the difference it has made.
The Manufacturability Challenges of Emerging TechnologiesFriday 1 May 2015
This CSTI project 'Pathways to Manufacturing' aims to advance understanding of the manufacturability challenges faced when deploying a new technology at scale.
Speakers from Jaguar Land Rover, Coca-Cola Enterprises and Cisco confirmed at Cambridge International Manufacturing SymposiumThursday 30 April 2015
An outstanding line-up of speakers from industry and academia have confirmed their presence at the 19th Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium on 24-25 September.
What's all this rubbish about repair?Wednesday 29 April 2015
The UK generated over 200 million tons of waste in 2012 which comprised 14% from households. Of household waste, 2 million tons can be attributed to waste electrical and electronic equipment each year.
A new research initiative - AMSCIWednesday 29 April 2015
Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL) at the Institute for Manufacturing is pleased to introduce a new research project in liaison with the Engineering Design Centre (EDC), aimed at advanced manufacturing of smart products for homes, buildings and infrastructure.
DIAL Recommender System at the ECIS ConferenceTuesday 28 April 2015
An Industrial Data Recommender System to Solve the Problem of Data Overload" at the European Conference on Information Systems.
Sohoma 2015 to be hosted in CambridgeTuesday 28 April 2015
In November 2015, the Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory at the Institute for Manufacturing will host Sohoma 2015, an international workshop on Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing.
The Facebook of Things?Tuesday 28 April 2015
RedBite Solutions is a technology company that turns physical objects into smart objects by connecting them to the cloud. Any object can have it’s own digital profile – just like people do on social networks, which means you can connect with the things that you own, manage and use in a much more intelligent way.
Advanced manufacturing - From research to real productsMonday 27 April 2015
Dr Ronan Daly explains why taking a cross-disciplinary approach to advanced manufacturing research has the potential to deliver solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems.
IfM supports new website for manufacturing growthThursday 23 April 2015
The Institute for Manufacturing is among a number of organisations in the education, public and private sector to support the new manufacturing-focused website Made Here Now, launched today.
IfM people, projects and activities 2015Wednesday 22 April 2015
The 2015 annual report has been published. The booklet contains details of current IfM research and education projects, activities with industry and government and outreach initiatives.
Supply chain risk and resilience for multinational corporationsTuesday 21 April 2015
Dr Mukesh Kumar shares research and guidance from the Centre for International Manufacturing which can help multinational companies manage their supply network risk more efficiently.
IfM project will define research agenda for 3D printing-enabled re-distributed manufacturingFriday 17 April 2015
The Bit by Bit research team has launched a new project to explore the interrelationships between 3D printing/additive manufacturing and re-distributed manufacturing.
Getting creative in the kitchenWednesday 15 April 2015
Former IfM postgraduate student, Richard Joseph set up innovative kitchenware company, Joseph Joseph in 2003 with his twin brother. It now has a turnover of £40 million, sells its products in 104 countries and has 80 employees.
Business model innovation research at the IfMWednesday 8 April 2015
The Institute for Manufacturing has launched a new research programme focused around business model innovation.
Management tools and toolkits: the good, the bad and the uglyThursday 2 April 2015
Dr Clive Kerr and Dr Rob Phaal from the IfM’s Centre for Technology Management (CTM) are looking at better ways to design and use management tools and toolkits.
Advanced manufacturing - From research to real productsWednesday 1 April 2015
Dr Ronan Daly, from the IfM’s Inkjet Research Centre and founder of the new Fluids in Advanced Manufacturing Group, explains why taking a cross-disciplinary approach to advanced manufacturing research has the potential to deliver solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Manufacturing Zone at the 2015 Cambridge Science FestivalMonday 23 March 2015
We had a great day yesterday at the Manufacturing Zone at the Institute for Manufacturing organised as part of the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival.
IfM leads UK-US workshop on manufacturing and innovation policyMonday 23 March 2015
On 18 March, the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) held a workshop at the White House, Washington D.C., where UK and US government agency representatives and academics compared their approaches to developing advanced manufacturing institutes.
New UK-India project investigates impact of food processing on supply chain sustainabilityWednesday 11 March 2015
The Centre for International Manufacturing has secured a grant for their new project: ‘Exploring impact of food processing on the sustainability of food supply chains – a UK-India bilateral analysis’.
Building Long Term Strategic University-Industry Partnerships ReportTuesday 10 March 2015
Lessons and Effective Practices from UK and US Experiences.
Milbank Concrete Products: cementing its growth through innovationMonday 9 March 2015
Milbank Concrete Products is one of more than 100 smaller manufacturers that IfM ECS is working with as part of the PrISMS programme – and this case study highlights the difference it has made.
IfM Review Issue 3Sunday 1 March 2015
This issue features articles on advanced manufacturing, big data, management tools and toolkits and high value manufacturing, as well as news and updates from the IfM.
Quantum technologies roadmapSunday 1 March 2015
Quantum technology has been identified by the UK Government as having the potential to deliver significant benefits to the UK economy.
Sustainable business models: what are they and why are they important?Tuesday 24 February 2015
Dr Doroteya Vladimirova explains sustainable business models and why they are important to firms which want to remain competitive in the current environment.
News and views for the SME communityMonday 23 February 2015
The latest edition of the SMe-bulletin has just been published and it contains a new case study, information on recent events and upcoming courses – and opportunities for companies to engage with the IfM.
Working with mid-size manufacturing and technology companiesFriday 20 February 2015
The Institute for Manufacturing’s dissemination arm, IfM Education and Consultancy Services (IfM ECS) has issued a document detailing how it can help mid-size manufacturing and technology companies.
Harlow Group: sustainability at the heart of expansion for precision metal manufacturerWednesday 18 February 2015
Harlow Group is one of more than 100 smaller manufacturers that IfM ECS is working with as part of the PrISMS programme – and this case study highlights the difference it has made.
Communicating Technology IntelligenceTuesday 20 January 2015
This Practice Guide examines some of the barriers to effective Technology Intelligence communication and explores the ways in which intelligence can be better communicated and hence transferred to decision-makers.
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