Institute of Industrial Engineers

For engineers driven to refine and innovate organisations and processes.

The Institute of Industrial Engineers is committed to serving the needs of Australian and global industry by bolstering the skills and careers of industrial engineers through training, networking and advocacy.

Industrial engineering — building innovation

Industrial engineers utilise the mindset and methods of an engineer to drive organisational and process change. In this age of information and automation, change is constant and innovation is a requirement of success. Industrial engineers enable organisations to adapt to industry change and ensure conditions of achievement are met.

Industrial engineers are proactive thinkers and problem solvers. They analyse needs related to change, identify the means of achieving change-related goals and implement solutions. Outcomes are measured against predictions and solutions are iterated until needs are fully met.

As creators and drivers of change Industrial engineers do more than solve problems, they surpass challenges by engineering success.

A forum for change

The Institute of Industrial Engineers is a platform for professionals interested in the advancement of industrial engineering. Those who join are united with peers and the leaders of their discipline, with networking and training available for professional development and industry advancement.

With divisions throughout Australia and affiliations with international Industrial Engineering groups, the IIE is positioned to accommodate the needs of modern Australian engineers seeking to drive change in a global market.

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