Several members of the "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network were included in this month's issue of Business North Carolina magazine.
Examining a quote by Japanese quality expert Masaaki Imai, author of Kaizen: The Key to Japan's Competitive Success.
Any company, big or small, can pursue operational excellence.
OSHA expects everyone at your business who handles hazardous materials to have been trained on the new standard by December 1st. How far along are you?
A brief report from the first session of the NC Commerce Secretary's "listening tour."
It is no secret that manufacturing job opportunities have been growing recently ....
A report from the Raleigh Innovation Summit, held September 11, 2013.
Offering a contrary view on Innovation -- or a cautionary one, depending on your perspective.
Don’t take your eye off the Hazard Communication ball -- safety professionals have several items still on their HazCom to-do list!
Seventh (and probably last) installment of our series that asked, "Will 3D printing doom manufacturing, or save it?"
This bonus episode of the "Manufacturing Minute" is a "public service announcement" about Manufacturing Day.
A look at a program in which teachers spend 1-2 weeks visiting businesses in a wide variety of industries to see how STEM training is applied in the “real-world”.
Manufacturing Day is October 4, 2013, and there's still time for you to get involved!
Take precautions against inhaling the fine dust generated from cutting or sanding operations that may release crystalline silica, a known human carcinogen.
The deadline to comply with OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard is fast approaching!
Considering two ways that 3D printing and other additive manufacturing techniques may help save manufacturing.
Emotion. How many times have we heard that the workplace is no place for emotion? A productive, contributing employee is expected to bury emotion and display polished logic, saying nothing that offends anyone.