European Institute of Social Industrial Engineering


European Institute of Social Industrial Engineering


Founded by three individuals in November, 2006, EISIE is a networking professional body devoted to the application of proven knowledge, standards and best practices in business organisations, public sector and communities. Our research and consulting cover a wide range of topics of productivity improvement, risk management, knowledge acquisition and communication, and efficient social policies.

EISIE is entirely independent and therefore it is unlikely to find quick fixes or buzz words here. Instead, there are a lot of basic principles and proven methods in the roots of our research and engineering works, no matter if concerned with business processes, state-of-the-art semantic technologies or reducing unemployment.

Actually, EISIE is under organisation. Future authorities will consist of the Board of Trustees and the Science Board. The Board of Trustees will oversee governance and the legal and financial status of the Institute. The Science Board will be responsible for the quality and direction of our research, consulting and engineering works.

Scope of activities

Thematic domain For industries For public sector
  • Productivity Improvement
  • Social  consensus for productivity
  • Work standardisation
  • Strategic cost reduction
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Social consensus for productivity
  • Best practices for poverty and unemployment alleviation
  • Infrastructure for social productivity improvement
  • Risk Management
  • Standards for risk assessment
  • Measures for risk mitigation
  • Risk-related managerial practices
  • Standards for risk assessment
  • Measures and systems for risk mitigation
  • Policies for citizens’ security
  • Early threat detection
  • Anti-offence analyses and policies
  • National Risk&Security Foresight
  • Intellectual Communication Systems
  • Semantic search in distributed knowledge sources
  • Application of semantic search: research of brand value, technology watch, competitive analyses etc.
  • Semantic integration of distributed repositories and archives
  • User-friendly interfaces to distributed knowledge sources
  • Standards for data exchange within big systems
  • Institutional frameworks for administrative harmonisation
  • Solutions for mutual understanding of policy-makers and citizens
  • Social Policies and Networks
  • Policies for Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Open Book Management and related practices
  • Competitive strategies for management restructuring
  • Social networking for knowledge acquisition and industrial cooperation
  • Social and environmental accounting
  • Best practices for financing and managing Regional Programmes
  • Socially efficient policies
  • Social networking for efficient public services
  • Best practices for local communities’ amicability

For details, please refer to EISIE site.


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