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1960:
General James M. Gavin succeeds Raymond Stevens as president.

 

1961:
ADL opens its first Latin American office in Mexico City.

 

 

 

 

1961:
Launches the first management education program to focus exclusively on training general managers from developing countries (known as the Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute, a fully accredited academic institution with master's degree granting status).

1963:
Develops first charcoal filter to remove ciliastatis and cytotoxic materials from cigarette smoke.

1964:
Produces the first publication on “The Decision Tree,” pioneering the now widely-used concept for modern decision analysis.

1968:
Identifies fiber optics as a field with major potential impact. Helps design and launch first fiber optic interactive cable television system near Osaka, Japan, in 1976.