New podcast on social innovation and sustainable business
The Media, Management and Transformation Centre (MMTC) at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) have launched a new podcast series that brings academics and practitioners together to talk about the key issues involved in transitioning to a circular economy.
Constantly new challenges for manufacturing companies
Manufacturing companies all over the world are struggling to meet challenges, such as globalization, outsourcing and ever-increasing customer demands. In a new dissertation from the School of Engineering, Fredrik Tiedemann sheds light over some of the challenges facing demand-driven manufacturing companies in relation to managing their supply chains.
5.8 million SEK for the project SATSA
The Swedish Research Council has granted 5.8 million SEK for a four-year project: SATSA - Structural approach to teaching as a basis for sustainable arithmetic learning . Anna-Lena Ekdahl, Senior Lecturer in Didactics at the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, is one of three researchers in the project.