Computer Enhanced Jewelry – Update

The 2012 Dean’s Report publication titled Innovation & Globalization: The New Business Standard did an article on our very own MSTM, Class of 2009 graduate, Ms. Rima Ruhman and her capstone project. Check out her update on YouTube:  

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A Serendipitous Meeting – and an MSTM Alum Update

J.P. Auffret, our program director, was leaving the Farragut West metro station during morning rush hour when in the midst of the crowd he heard J.P.!,J.P.! The caller was Falahyar Fatmi, Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) program, Class of 2005.  During the course of the ensuing conversation, Falahyar told J.P. that he had […]

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Notes from Singapore – Part 6

What the 2012 GMU MS Technology Management cohort noticed was the word that kept being used time and time again to describe why companies come to do business in Singapore is ‘Efficiency’.  Whether it was Technips’ decision to locate staff from a recently acquired Houston Texas based company (Global Industries) to Singapore, or GE’s decision […]

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Notes from Singapore – Part 5

The MSTM2012 cohort wrapped up our studies today. First, we met with SPRING Singapore, which is one of the key government agencies set to inspire growth of enterprises in this nation. From our discussions and their presentation, it is clear that SPRING is a clear reflection of Singapore’s commitment to focus on its advantages and […]

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Notes from Singapore – Part 4

Our program concluded on Friday with a visit to SPRING Singapore. SPRING is an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for the promotion of product quality and standards, and growth and productivity improvements among Singapore’s small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)—companies with annual revenues of $1 million to $100 million. The agency offers […]

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