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How To Make More Money Now

on August 29, 2016 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement, General, MPI

It’s easy to get preoccupied in manufacturing these days with so many technologies emerging at the same time — the Internet of Things, cloud computing, additive manufacturing, robotics, etc. Can these new technologies transform your company?  Maybe— but only if […]

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Shhhh! The Secret to Increasing Market Share

on April 27, 2016 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement, Technology Acceleration, Workforce Development

Written by: Tamara Wamsley

In today’s competitive manufacturing environment, it is important to define a strategy to increase your market share.  The secret is to include key ingredients in your market share growth strategy recipe.

Secret Sauce for […]

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3 Ways to Ensure Quality Products

on March 31, 2016 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement, Supply Chain Development

Written by: Christopher Marcum

Like all manufacturers, you face a common battle in the quest to succeed—the battle to ensure that what you produce, both to and through delivery, is of the highest possible quality. This means confirming not only the […]

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Project Management: 10 Things Not to Do

on February 12, 2016 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement

Written by: Christopher Marcum

Project management is a challenging task. Careful planning certainly helps but the issues and problems involved in project management can often undo your best efforts. History shows that Project management difficulties can lead to big problems (e.g., the […]

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Confessions of an Operations Manager: 6 Ways to Move from “No we can’t” to Solutions

on May 4, 2015 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement, Workforce Development

Written by: Mary R. Miller

Some of the toughest jobs in the Dayton Region are being a first line supervisor, working supervisors or operations manager.  When the S$@! hits the fan you are the one everyone looks to for solutions. They look […]

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