Management Video

Don’t bury your head in the sand

Research shows that professionals at all levels suffer from the tendency to deny uncomfortable facts. We would rather convince ourselves that everything is going to be all right, rather than consider and safeguard ourselves against adverse events. Why do we do that? And what can we do about it? We interview Gleb Tsipurski CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts.

Don't miss the webinar: "Why Do Quality Professionals Ignore Serious Risks in the Post-COVID Recovery (and What to Do About It)

83 percent of manufacturers want to reshore

According to a recent Thomas report, reshoring interest has increased more than 50 percent since 2020. We talk to Tony Uphoff, President and CEO of Thomas, about why.

Tackling project-based processes

Project-based manufacturing and processes come with a unique set of headaches not usually experienced by make-to-stock manufacturers. We discuss those issues and some solutions with Matt Mong, VP of Market Innovation at Adeaca.

How to optimize cost and quality

There's no need to choose between reducing costs and delighting customers. Best-in-class manufacturers are integrating QMS features into their MES solutions. We talk to Jason Spera, CEO and co-founder of Aegis Software

150 percent bills of material

How can a BOM be more than the sum of a product's parts? How this came to pass, the problems it causes, and what to do about it. Scott Heide of Engineering Intent explains.

Check out Olympus’ new Microscopy Demo Lab in San Jose!

Rob Bellinger of Olympus Corp. walks us through their demo lab in San Jose, California. We look at the LEXT OLS5100 3D Laser Scanning Microscope, MX63 Semiconductor Inspection Microscope, and the DSX1000 Digital Microscope available to see onsite!

LEXT OLS5100 3D Laser Scanning Microscope

We talk to Robert Bellinger of Olympus about the LEXT OLS5100 Laser Scanning Microscope.

Built for failure analysis and material engineering research, the OLS5100 laser microscope combines exceptional measurement accuracy and optical performance with smart tools that make the microscope easy to use. Precisely measure shape and surface roughness at the submicron level quickly and efficiently to simplify your workflow with data you can trust.

New skills needed for manufacturing

While automation may be replacing jobs, it is also creating new jobs. However, new skills are needed for today's manufacturing workers. Saar Yoskovitz, CEO of Augury, explains.

What the U.S. can do to expand apprenticeship programs.

Job losses caused by the pandemic continue to affect millions, especially for those employed in retail and hospitality, two sectors essentially shut down during the Covid-19 crisis. One solution for getting people back into the work force is apprenticeship programs. Funding new apprenticeships provides jobs, generates long-term gains in skills, productivity, and earnings.

We interview Nicholas Wyman, CEO of IWSI America

Dept. of Labor apprentice programs: Apprenticeship.gov

COUNTERPART: Integrating engineer-to-order with ERP

Legacy ERP systems don't often play well for engineer-to-order manufacturers. Andrew Schutte, general manager, at Smooth Logics, tells us how integrating SolidWorks with ERP addresses the problem.

COUNTERPART-ERP solution

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