Tapping the Potential of Autistic Workers – IISE Problem Solved Podcast

Conner Reinhardt and Jhillika Kumar are Industrial Engineer (IE) graduates from Georgia Tech, who are designing an app to help autistic individuals find it easier to connect with jobs and mentors. Read the case study at https://link.iise.org/isemarch2020_casestudy Listen to the podcast interview at https://podcast.iise.org/episodes/tapping-the-potential-of-autistic-workers-with-conner-reinhardt-and-jhillika-kumar

Long Island Divided – Newsday’s Undercover Experiment of Real Estate Discrimination

1989, Bill Dedman received a Pulitzer Prize for his investigative reporting on racial discrimination by mortgage lenders in middle-income African-American neighborhoods in Atlanta, called “The Color of Money” He helped design a new study in 2016 to evaluate housing discrimination in Long Island, NY. They carefully designed a study (designed experiment) by training undercover real […]

Applying Lean Startup To Marketing And Brand Strategy to a Nonprofit

The following is a webcast conversation between Jessica Korthuis, Founder and Chief Brand Strategist at SOHUIS, and Elliot Susel, Lean Startup Co. Faculty Member, to discuss how you can incorporate lean into your marketing and brand strategy. In Jessica and Elliot’s conversation, they discuss: – What companies should do before making the decision to rebrand. […]

Training Humanitarian Industrial Engineers

“Industrial Engineer” Managing Editor Michael Hughes interviews the three co-directors of Georgia Tech’s Center for Health and Humanitarian Logistics, which was founded in 2007. In order of appearance: Julie Swann, Pinar Keskinocak and Özlem Ergun The center works to transform the humanitarian sector by applying industrial engineering tools to groups that respond to natural and man-made disasters. The center’s […]