Brian Sallee

Brian Sallee

As a Dozuki Co-Founder, Brian works with companies to better standardize and train their frontline workforce. He focuses on helping global enterprises use our platform in new and innovative ways.

Recent posts by Brian Sallee

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How To Hire the Best Employees for Manufacturing

By Brian Sallee

Employees are the backbone of any company. Nowhere is this more true than the manufacturing industry.

1 min read

Solving Modern Workforce Challenges in Food & Beverage Manufacturing

By Brian Sallee

In the midst of unprecedented market demands and supply chain issues, the most innovative food & beverage manufacturers are finding new, creative ways to support an efficient workforce.

By combining the knowledge of the older generation and the digital skills of the younger generation, companies are beginning to make major moves in production efficiency. 

Topics: Digital Transformation Podcast
22 min read

How to Effectively Train New Employees at Factories

By Brian Sallee

In the manufacturing industry, effectively training new and current employees is the backbone of production.

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Insights from the Field: Can Tribal Knowledge Actually Work?

By Brian Sallee

Recently, I had a chance to visit one of our larger manufacturing clients. Of the many insights gained on that trip, one stood above the rest — tribal knowledge used to actually work

Topics: Customer Stories Workforce Training
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How to Reduce Tribal Knowledge and Downtime with Dozuki Answers

By Brian Sallee

The conveyor belt on line one stopped running and production came to a halt. It was the second time in a week that this happened. The maintenance team and engineers spend the next 48 hours trying to determine what caused the issue. As it turns out, the downtime was due to a frayed wire that caused the conveyor to lose power.

Topics: Product Workforce Training
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Hidden Waste: The Unseen Inefficiency in Shop Travelers

By Brian Sallee

Travelers and build books are intimately related, however, with traditional methods they often function independently.

Topics: Product Standard Work Digital Transformation
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