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SIM Wales: skills for innovation in manufacturing / Gary, Walpole

Swansea University Author: Gary, Walpole

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The SIM Wales project was delivered by Swansea University in partnership with the Engineering Employers Forum (EEF) and Industry Wales. It was developed through consultation with a small group of manufacturers around their current challenges with implementing and managing innovation in their organis...

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Published: Swansea Swansea University 2016
Online Access: https://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/SIM-Wales-July2016.pdf
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