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When one is presented with change, many begin to feel a sense of insecurity. When a company decides to invoke change, that precise sensation can be overwhelming for its employees. This apprehension rippled through ACE Metal Crafts (ACE) when its executives partnered with Toyota to enhance the company’s lead time and production methods.
Are you up to date on all of the latest technology? We all try but most people are not, so if you answered “no”, you’re in good company. A secret affecting all companies The world is changing faster and faster. It’s an incredible time to be alive, although many of us are trying to stay afloat as Tsunami Innovation comes faster and faster. Here’s a secret about building and running companies. It’s happening there too, and the group that’s arguably being disrupted the most is the marketing. New technology is replacing manual work and opening up completely new possibilities to connect with customers. Think about it how you spend the time that your parents used to watch TV or even read. Not...
Call centers are coming back to America, and flyover country is proving to be the biggest beneficiary in new jobs and overall boosts to local economies.
When the leader of the free world comes calling, most people jump. When the Obama administration first contacted Michael Araten, in November 2012, he hesitated.
A group is seeking your help! Project TEACH will plant the seed of possibilities within disadvantaged and/or underrepresented students, igniting change within the Bronx Community. These changes will create future professional leaders within STEM fields. (STEM = science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Did You Know? There are 14,974* Professional Engineers in New York State. As of July 1, 2015, the Bronx holds a mere 168 Professional Engineers compared to nearby counties: (*Source: NYSED) New York City: 1,008 Queens: 1,316 Westchester: 1,054 Suffolk: 1,278 Nassau: 1,584 (This is just one example of the offset within geographic areas in a STEM profession.) How Can You Help Support the “Project TEACH” workshop! The workshop will be offered to students within the Bronx community, attending primary schools (ages...
Democrats and Republicans disagree on a lot, but leaders of both parties are as keen now as they were decades ago to embrace manufacturing jobs.
The ‘Industrial Internet’ is poised to overhaul the way companies manufacture goods, in turn changing our everyday interactions with products.
Nike took advantage of the attention generated by President Obama’s visit last week to make a bold statement: It would open a footwear factory in the United States, employing 10,000, if an international trade agreement gets approved.
As it prepared to welcome President Obama to its headquarters campus Friday morning, Nike announced it would pour more money into advanced footwear manufacturing in the United States if and when the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement is approved.
The Chinese Communist Party has created a new law that allows it to selectively ban foreign imports while propping up its own companies. The new law uses a loophole in world trade, and could push U.S. technology companies out of China.
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