the Language of Lean – part 2

At my first meeting with a client company project manager, some years ago, one of the first things he said to me was “Don’t use the term ‘Lean’ around here. We tried Lean a couple years ago and it was a disaster. You won’t get any cooperation if you tell them we’re trying to do Lean again.”

Rebuilding U.S. Manufacturing

China has become the world’s factory because of the availability of lots of labor at very low rates, but many of these outsourcing decisions were made a decade ago and conditions have been changing . . .

Improving Your Work Ethics

Sustainability is an important part of corporate social responsibility but procurement professionals determine how the actions of supply chain partners can negatively affect corporate reputation and the social responsibility policy.

Wearable technology alters business world

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A recent article in the Smithsonian Magazine e-newsletter addressed how the pocket watch, and later the wristwatch, were early wearable technology items that led to significant changes in the way we live and work. Wearable technology is once again changing the world.


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WHEN:  November 11- 13, 2014.  WHERE: Georgia World Congress Center – Atlanta, GA Presented by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Event Details

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