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To remain competitive on the world stage as a major supplier of goods, knowledge and services, New Zealand industry needs to continually adopt and support innovative methods of product and service design, development, delivery, packaging and distribution.
Massey researchers are involved in modelling and analysis of business processes and systems to help New Zealand remain at the forefront of technology and thinking.
Expertise in the acquisition and implementation side of supply chain management(SCM) as well as relationships and collaboration that takes place during the process of SCM.
Logistics enables citizens throughout the world to enjoy the goods and services produced in different countries effectively and efficiently. Our researchers have expertise in developing sound logistics and supply chain systems to bridge the temporal and spatial gaps associated with mass production and geographically fixed raw materials.
Decision science describes systematic and scientific approaches to help managers make data-driven decisions. It involves mathematical formulae, statistical methods, problem solving heuristics and algorithms, business tactics, technological applications and behavioural science.
Product development processes, methods and best practices to increase new product success rates. Social and humanitarian product development techniques, such as; User-research and needs analysis, design capability enhancement and Open Innovation management (collaboration with external partners in new product development).
Deals with control, assurance and continual improvement of production and service delivery systems so as to deliver quality and value for the customer in the most efficient and effective ways.
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Between 2015 and 2017, Massey University's Professor Nigel Grigg was a member of the Health Quality and Safety Commission Expert Advisory Group. The group developed a national framework of knowledge requirements for healthcare workers in the area of quality, safety and improvement science. The project resulted in a report which outlined actions to improve the quality and safety of health care in New Zealand.
Spring Zhou from Massey University's School of Engineering and Advanced Technology is working on a joint Marsden-funded research project with Auckland University into New Zealand export supply chain strategies.
From 2012-2014 Massey engineering students won the 'Engineers Without Borders' international competition. Teams from Massey regularly win the national competition.
In 2016 the industrial innovation team at Massey won a Special Appreciation Award from the Asia Pacific Quality Organisation (APQO), the professional body for quality-related organisations internationally.
New Zealand Organisation for Quality awarded the Massey quality team their special services award in 2015.NZOQ is a non-profit, professional society dedicated to providing leadership in the adoption of the principles of quality management and best practice in New Zealand.