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Part one: setting up your internal organization for scaling success Success often strikes when you least expect it, and when it does, will you be ready? This blog series will help you determine whether your...

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If you’ve ever managed an interdisciplinary manufacturing project (one that involves engineers, purchasing, production and contract manufacturing groups) you’ll know what I mean when I say each discipline speaks its own language. When you’re dealing with engineers...

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When IndustryWeek released its annual ranking of revenue growth for the 500 largest publicly held U.S. manufacturing companies, it was exciting to see the progress made in 2011. Rather than another year of decline, these U.S. manufacturers saw 12.75% growth. That’s almost high enough...

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On any given team, a wide variety of people—from engineers to customer-facing staff—must work together to move business forward. But when you’re dealing with tight production schedules and aggressive quarterly goals, keeping everyone on the...

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In the last fifteen years, manufacturing in the United States has undergone a fundamental shift. As millions of U.S. manufacturing jobs have been lost to outsourcing and automation, output has steadily continued to grow. And while U.S. manufacturing output has decreased by only 1% since 1990,...

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