This MIT CTL Roundtable is exclusively for members of the MIT CTL Supply Chain Exchange and invited guests. If you are not a member of the Supply Chain Exchange and are interested in attending this roundtable, please reach out to Katie Date at <email@example.com>.
Location: MIT E40-356 (SCM Lab)
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The introduction of new horizontal drilling technologies has led to explosive growth in the domestic production of crude oil and natural gas, creating new freight flows by different modes of transport, especially impacting the pipeline, rail and maritime sectors. Several significant and dramatic incidents, triggered a study by the Transportation Research Board, which assessed the experience of all the impacted modes. Professor Philip was a member of the TRB Study Committee and will report on its findings, and on his team’s additional work looking more deeply into the safety experience of the...
Balancing Green When to Embrace Sustainability in a Business (and When Not To)
Lecture and Q&A
D'Amore-McKim School of Business
310 Behrakis Center
30 Leon St
Boston, MA 02115
Yossi Sheffi Lecture - D'Amore-McKim School of Business
Please join the Supply Chain and Information Management Group in welcoming Yossi Sheffi, Elisha Gray II Professor, Engineering Systems; Director, Center for Transportation and Logistics, Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT, who will be discussing his book.
Prof. Sheffi will offer a pragmatic take on how businesses of all sizes balance the competing demands of profitability and employment with sustainability. Prof. Sheffi's book will be available for purchase and signing at the end of the program.