Aimed at a general business audience, this course provides an overview of a wide range of additive manufacturing technologies and offers a framework to help learners understand the business implications of these technologies. The course is relevant for professionals working in product design, manufacturing, supply chain, strategy, and other disciplines. Through the course, participants will build a knowledge base on additive manufacturing to help them engage in discussions with colleagues, customers, and suppliers about how the technology applies to their business.
Participants will explore many topics in this course including:
The course consists of approximately 2.5 hours of video content divided into approximately six-minute mini lectures. Quizzes allow you to check and consolidate your knowledge. And assignments reviewed by peers can take you deeper and give you practical information to take back to your job.
We would like to thank our collaborators: America Makes, 3D Systems, Marquette University, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
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Each week for four weeks we will post a new course module. Each module presents a few lectures, practice quizzes and a module assessment.
The lectures are 6-7 minutes long, on average. The module assessments are multiple choice and optionally include a "take-home" assignment to be reviewed by your peers.
The course starts July 14 and closes August 15.
You will have the opportunity to interact with and learn from your peers and your professor on course forums.
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Research Director, Deloitte
Mark Cotteleer is a Research Director at Deloitte Services, LP. His research focuses on issues related to performance and performance improvement and covers a wide range of topics including advanced manufacturing, supply chain, distribution and business analytics.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Mark was a professor at Marquette University where he taught and conducted research on technology and supply chain management and co-led the Marquette University Center for Supply Chain Management. He was also a Visiting Associate Professor of Operations Management at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. His research is widely published in top management and academic journals such as the Harvard Business Review, Production and Operations Management, MIS Quarterly and others. In addition, he has published numerous practitioner articles and best-selling case studies.
Mark is the recipient of several research and teaching related awards including "Best Paper 2008" from the Journal of Operations Management, the George S. Dively Award for Outstanding Research from Harvard Business School, "Educator of the Year" (2007 and 2009) from the Marquette Executive MBA program, and the John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence (2012).
Mark holds a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Marquette University, an MBA and a Master's degree in Industrial and Operations Engineering from University of Michigan, and a doctorate in Technology and Operations Management from Harvard Business School. Mark lives in Franklin, WI, with his wife and their three children, and Wally, the family dog.
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