Over a 20-year career with a leading management consulting firm, Morrison has assisted dozens of organizations that wrestle with change in areas such as product development and supply chain management. His consulting clients have included agencies of the United States and other governments, global consumer products firms, major retailers, and professional services firms. He has extensive experience in Asia, having worked in 11 countries on projects for clients from North America, Asia, and Europe.
Morrison teaches at MIT in the System Design and Management program, the Leaders for Manufacturing program, Executive Education programs at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program. He is a senior scientist in the Pre-Conflict Anticipation and Shaping research team at MIT. Morrison teaches courses in business dynamics, operations management, and supply chain management in the MBA program at Brandeis University?s International Business School.
He holds a PhD in management (system dynamics and organization studies) from the MIT Sloan School of Management, an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, and undergraduate degrees in chemistry and management science from MIT.
Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems
Executive Program in General Management
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