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IndustryWeek Continuous Improvement

 IndustryWeek Continuous Improvement 

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Corporate Culture

Learning in a Crisis: Culture and COVID-19

Organizational learning is not complicated. However, it does require leaders and teams to quickly translate what is happening around them into insights and actions.


Top Stories

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Recent research suggests that progress in digital transformation is slow and limited to pockets of success in many organizations. In this State of the Market report, explore the challenges and opportunities manufacturers face in their efforts.


Be Mindful of Whom You Put into Leadership Roles

If you don't get it right, the costs can be significant.



The World Has Changed—So Must Your S&OP Process

Simply expecting future sales to resemble past sales is not adequate to properly plan for post-coronavirus customer activity.


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Quality Is a Dirty Business

ArcelorMittal's executive in charge of U.S. automotive shares his insight on the mill, the people--and the work that went into the recent quality awards his team has racked up.



Lean and Respect: Two Sides of the Same Coin

The risk to leaders who misinterpret showing respect as being nice is that they will not give people the feedback they need to learn and improve.


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Download Your 2020 IndustryWeek Best Plants Entry Form

Our annual search for manufacturing excellence in North America is underway; download your entry form now. (Downloading does not commit you to participating.)


Editor's Choice

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Cheerleader or Lean Leader?

Encouragement without lean competence makes for a leader unworthy of trust.


Viking Plastics embraces automation to help improve productivity, 'and we do this while growing people,' says Shawn Gross, engineering manager.

Lean and Robots: Dynamic Duo or Disruptive Disaster?

For many, the conversation about lean manufacturing and automation frequently is reduced to man versus machine. The reality is far more nuanced.


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