Using Hackathons To Improve Your Operations
Borrowing from the perspective of software engineers can help your company implement a continuous improvement culture. At the core of an engineer’s belief system is the idea that things can always be improved. In software companies, developers often get together to perform a “hackathon” to collaboratively address problems and look for innovative solutions.
In this webinar, Brian Buss, VP of CloudQMS, shows how to borrow these concepts and bring their value to your shop floor. From saving money to engaging employees, improvements don’t come from new things—they come from new ideas that emerge from your own “hackathon.”
View this on-demand webinar to learn:
- The value of 'hacking' your factory floor to see drastic improvements
- How the Internet of Things (IoT) is—and how it can help your business
- The value of reusing the tools and materials you already have
- How-to save money with manufacturing 'hackathons'
- ...and more