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Carroll L. Wilson

Senior Instructor

MIT Sloan

HQ Phone:  (617) 253-1557

Email: w***@***.edu

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MIT Sloan

Room E60-100 , 77 Massachusetts Ave.

Cambridge, Massachusetts,02139

United States

Company Description

The MIT Sloan School of Management is where smart, independent leaders come together to solve problems, create new organizations, and improve the world. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Director

Alfred P. Sloan School of Management


Affiliations

Club of Rome

Member


Web References(15 Total References)


Growing, Growing, Gone: Reaching the Limits

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Carroll Wilson, another member of the Club of Rome and a senior instructor at MIT, approached Jay Forrester, a pioneer in systems dynamics and a colleague at MIT.


www.rescorp.org

F. 363d Wilson, Carroll L. [Carroll Louis Wilson was professor of management at the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a representative (i.e., searching for inventions that Research Corporation might be interested in exploiting) of Research Corporation at MIT.
After Karl Taylor Compton became president of MIT in 1930, Compton began a reorganization of the university, appointing Wilson the first assistant to the president. Wilson remembered his duties as: "...serving as General Administrative Assistant to the President and working with Dr. Compton on a number of outside activities including the Science Advisory Board, 1933-1935...the Engineers Council for Professional Development...Patent Policy Committee of the National Research Council, etc." Wilson also gathered information for Compton and Vannevar Bush in preparation for speeches, memoranda and policy decisions.], 1944 Wilson remembered his duties as: "...serving as General Administrative Assistant to the President and working with Dr. Compton on a number of outside activities including the Science Advisory Board, 1933-1935...the Engineers Council for Professional Development...Patent Policy Committee of the National Research Council, etc." Wilson also gathered information for Compton and Vannevar Bush in preparation for speeches, memoranda and policy decisions.], 1944


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F. 363d Wilson, Carroll L. [Carroll Louis Wilson was professor of management at the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a representative (i.e., searching for inventions that Research Corporation might be interested in exploiting) of Research Corporation at MIT.
After Karl Taylor Compton became president of MIT in 1930, Compton began a reorganization of the university, appointing Wilson the first assistant to the president. Wilson remembered his duties as: "...serving as General Administrative Assistant to the President and working with Dr. Compton on a number of outside activities including the Science Advisory Board, 1933-1935...the Engineers Council for Professional Development...Patent Policy Committee of the National Research Council, etc." Wilson also gathered information for Compton and Vannevar Bush in preparation for speeches, memoranda and policy decisions.], 1944 Wilson remembered his duties as: "...serving as General Administrative Assistant to the President and working with Dr. Compton on a number of outside activities including the Science Advisory Board, 1933-1935...the Engineers Council for Professional Development...Patent Policy Committee of the National Research Council, etc." Wilson also gathered information for Compton and Vannevar Bush in preparation for speeches, memoranda and policy decisions.], 1944


www.rescorp.org

F. 363d Wilson, Carroll L. [Carroll Louis Wilson was professor of management at the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a representative (i.e., searching for inventions that Research Corporation might be interested in exploiting) of Research Corporation at MIT.After Karl Taylor Compton became president of MIT in 1930, Compton began a reorganization of the university, appointing Wilson the first assistant to the president.Wilson remembered his duties as: " ... serving as General Administrative Assistant to the President and working with Dr. Compton on a number of outside activities including the Science Advisory Board, 1933-1935 ... the Engineers Council for Professional Development ... Patent Policy Committee of the National Research Council, etc." Wilson also gathered information for Compton and Vannevar Bush in preparation for speeches, memoranda and policy decisions.], 1944 Wilson remembered his duties as: " ... serving as General Administrative Assistant to the President and working with Dr. Compton on a number of outside activities including the Science Advisory Board, 1933-1935 ... the Engineers Council for Professional Development ... Patent Policy Committee of the National Research Council, etc." Wilson also gathered information for Compton and Vannevar Bush in preparation for speeches, memoranda and policy decisions.], 1944


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Carroll Wilson, a fellow scientist at MIT and a member of the Club of Rome, said that "so few will read the technical report and so many will read the book that it doesn't really matter."


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