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Standard Work

A Food Manufacturers Recipe for Quality

7 min read

The status quo for food and beverage manufacturing has some new ingredients.Consider several of the social, economic, and cultural trends impacting the industry:

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Frontline Digital Transformation

Frontline Of The Future, Part 6

7 min read

One of our customers, a plant manager at a chemical manufacturing company, made this observation:“Getting the time to train every crew when you're on 24/7 can be a challenge,...

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Standard Work

How Auto Manufacturers Can Avoid Production Potholes

6 min read

Automotive manufacturing has been a windy road. Here are a few of the social, economic and cultural trends currently impacting automotive manufacturing.

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Continuous Improvement

How To Go From Worst To First

3 min read

"We're paying them for their hands, but they're freely willing & able to give of their hearts, if you engage them and help them with this vision."

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Frontline Digital Transformation

Frontline Of The Future, Part 5

7 min read

In any type of manufacturing, lubrication is essential.It reduces wear, minimizes friction, dampens noise, dissipates heat, and absorbs shock on machine components.

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Continuous Improvement

Operational Resilience Explained

11 min read

America was built on manufacturing.And manufacturing was built on resilience. 

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Training

What Manufacturing Leaders Need to Know About Workforce Empowerment

8 min read

Empowered workers require enlightened leaders. Organizations can either act as an incentive (or an obstruction!) to the expression of a frontline worker's sense of ownership.

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Continuous Improvement

How to Create a Daily Management System

3 min read

Do your frontline employees know if they’re winning or losing each day?The answer to that question is simple, but not easy.

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Training

Frontline Of The Future, Part 4

6 min read

According to recent numbers from the Bureau of Labor, there are 12,559,000 manufacturing employees in the country.  That’s eight percent of our nation’s employment.

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