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IIE Work Systems Division members have an interest in the art, science, and practice of designing, implementing, analyzing and improving human-machine systems that work together to produce goods and provide services.
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Attention IIE Annual Conference & Expo and ISERC attendees – on Sunday, May 19, please join the new IIE Work Systems Division in welcoming the following industry representatives and academic professionals as they share with us these highly informative and instructional tutorials on key components of the work systems body of knowledge!
These tutorials will be hands on, instructional tutorials to highlight key aspects of the work systems body of knowledge. Attendees can expect an engaging presentation and dialogue around these topics and will come away with a deeper understanding of the growing field of work systems engineering.
Key Markets: (Who is our target audience?)
Contributions: (What products or services do we provide to our clients/customers/audience?)
Distinctions: (What makes our product or service unique, so that the audience will choose us?)
"A work system is a system in which human participants and/or machines perform work using information, technology, and other resources to produce products and/or services for internal or external customers. Typical business organizations contain work systems that procure materials from suppliers, produce and deliver products or services to customers, find customers, create financial reports, hire employees, coordinate work across departments, and perform many other functions.
The work system concept is a common denominator for many types of systems that operate within or across organizations."
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