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Lean Six Sigma Tools for Small Manufacturers

on May 30, 2017 | posted by

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Lean Six Sigma Tools for Small Manufacturers

 

Smaller sized manufacturing companies need to increase the bottom line, reduce costs, and be more efficient with the resources that they have, sometimes even more than larger companies do.  Which leads to the question…why do […]

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Improving Customer Experience

on February 28, 2017 | posted by

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Improving Customer Experience

Customer experience is a priority for most business to consumer (B2C) companies.  However, many business to business (B2B) companies have not had the same level of focus on improving their customer experiences.  Some are starting to see this […]

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Manufacturing Sustainable Growth

on January 25, 2017 | posted by

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Manufacturing Sustainable Growth

Sustainability is often defined as the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.  In manufacturing, sustainability typically focuses on finding the best way to produce products […]

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Cyber-Security 5 Steps to Protect your Business

on December 19, 2016 | posted by

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Cyber-Security for Manufacturers
5 Steps to Protect your Business

Cyber-crime is a very real threat to businesses. Small businesses are particularly in danger, since they may not have the ability to overcome the cost of a data breach, which averages $38,000 for small […]

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Engaged Employees Drive Productivity

on November 28, 2016 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement, General, MPI

Engaged Employees Drive Productivity

Manufacturers are only as good as their least engaged employees.

Why?

Equipment problems are ignored by unskilled workers who don’t have the training to fix them.
Defective products are shipped by disaffected associates who have no incentive to catch errors.
Dissatisfied […]

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