Rebecca describes 5 changes that operations led by Baby Boomers must start making now to attract and keep Gen-Y and Gen-i employees. These are not your father’s employees.
In today’s podcast Rebecca discusses 3 of the 8 keys to integrating manufacturing operations successfully.
You don’t have to throw out your ERP system to leverage Lean and TOC thinking. Rebecca explains what you changes you do need to make to how you use it.
Rebecca discusses how innovation doesn’t have to be life altering, but can be creating small improvements for big impact.
Rebecca shares three examples of how easy it can be to observe others and apply what you see to your own, seemingly unrelated, business.
Outsourcing can be a valid business strategy, but retaining accountability is critical. Rebecca explains four behaviors that, when displayed to your customers, will strengthen confidence in you.
National Football League (NFL) player Ray Rice was recently suspended from his career as a professional, released by his Ravens team, and publicly shamed for punching his then-fiance in an elevator. Videos seem to show a solid uppercut, and she was clearly unconscious on the floor as he dragged her to the hallway. The judicial system has since declared Rice immediately eligible to …
Management concerns of high importance and year-after-year existence cannot be treated like they are brand new, nor the same way you treated them last year. Rebecca suggests a V8 approach.
In today’s podcast Rebecca clarifies some buzzwords that are really important strategic decisions for manufacturers everywhere.
Rebecca shares why employees sharing their “tricks of the trade” and converting that private knowledge into public knowledge is best for the team and the individual.