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IndustryWeek Continuous Improvement

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Silicon Valley

5 Lessons from Silicon Valley that Translate to Manufacturing

These principles of success are worth the thought exercise of "How could that work for my company?"


Top Stories

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Manufacturing & Technology Virtual connects manufacturers with 25+ sessions, keynote speakers, & workshops to help them successfully navigate the rapid digital evolution. Your all-access pass provides you with all sessions and exciting giveaways.

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ISM’s Manufacturing Index for October Reaches Highest Level Since September 2018

The manufacturing employment index rose into growth territory for the first time in 14 months.



Big-Box Customers Give OEMs an Online Edge

Minimum reliance on pre-built inventory is a good first step to e-tail success.


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It’s Not Far-Fetched: Redesigning Production for Remote Work

Robotic surgery gives us a glimpse into such a future for manufacturing.



Trust Is More Important than Technology in Digital Transformation

If you don't have the shop floor people on board, things will go sideways.


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COVID-19 Puts Lean in the Crosshairs of Controversy

Too many lay blame for inventory shortages at the feet of lean manufacturing principles.


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There are things manufacturers and distributors need to know to avoid risks while capturing growth from digital channels. Join us for this webinar and learn how to unlock your digital opportunities and avoid the risk of non-compliance.

Editor's Choice

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Pop Quiz: Test Your Quality IQ

You may be an active member of the IndustryWeek manufacturing community, but how much do you really know about manufacturing quality?


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Design Out Waste and Build Lean In

Product and process design drive 80% of the total costs, but most continuous improvement effort is spent trying to reduce the remaining 20% in current production.


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