Eric Doster

Eric Doster

Eric is the CEO & Co-Founder of Dozuki. He leads company efforts to provide a world-class product experience for all of our customers' needs.

Recent posts by Eric Doster

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How To Increase Productivity in Manufacturing

By Eric Doster

There are several ways to define productivity depending on the context. In terms of manufacturing, productivity relates to the speed at which quality work is performed. Increased productivity provides a greater return on investment and will lower your bottom line.

Topics: Continuous Improvement Productivity
10 min read

7 Best Practices in Manufacturing Training for Employees

By Eric Doster

Training employees is a surefire way to improve productivity and efficiency within manufacturing. As the company grows and expands, its employees must also grow with it, which means they must be properly trained in every task.

Topics: Workforce Training
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Practical COVID-19 Tips for Manufacturing

By Eric Doster

We are hearing a lot of great advice from our audience and customers about how to keep manufacturing and industrial operations running smoothly in the midst of a global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This article is intended to centralize a lot of this information so others can continue to operate while protecting the health and safety of their workforce.

Topics: Industry News
2 min read

Dozuki Collaborates with 3M to Connect Factory Workers and Digital Transformation Strategies

By Eric Doster

Today we are happy to announce our collaboration with 3M, through an investment by 3M Ventures, to bring our standard work and work instruction training software to manufacturers of all sizes to help them achieve digital transformation goals. 

Topics: Digital Transformation Industry News
2 min read

Manage Workforce Training with Dozuki Courses

By Eric Doster

At Dozuki, we’ve made it our mission to make Standard Work an industry standard.  We envision documented standards and worker knowledge continuously improving alongside one another—finally removing them from their respective silos. 

Topics: Continuous Improvement Product Workforce Training
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