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<br /> Oct 31–Nov 1, 2013<br /> Apr 10–11, 2014<br /> Oct 30–31, 2014<br /> Cambridge,<br /> Massachusetts, U.S.<br /> Please visit our website<br /> for the most current<br /> information.<br /> Future of Manufacturing<br /> This program is in the Executive Certificate in Technology, Operations,<br /> and Value Chain Management track<br /> “ Recent changes in oil price, labor costs and the increase in supply chain<br /> disruptions have shifted the focus of large U.S.—based companies. Some are<br /> looking at more regional and flexible approaches to manufacturing while<br /> identifying decisions and processes that need to be centralized. This entails<br /> larger, efficient and more automated manufacturing facilities as well as redesign<br /> of operations around supply and delivery. It leads to a renewed interest in<br /> manufacturing in the U.S., and the need for more skilled labor and an educated<br /> workforce, including in manufacturing man<a title="Future of Manufacturing page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/20847266?page=1"> Oct 31–Nov 1, 2013 Apr 10–11, 2014 Oct 30–31, 201</a> <a title="Future of Manufacturing page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/20847266?page=2"> Future of Manufacturing Sample Program Schedule (</a>