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In The Spotlight

 
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Lean as Crisis Intervention

Too often, when hard times hit, lean goes out the window—though it is needed more than ever.

 
 

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Chip Shortage Hits 5 Stellantis Plants in North America

The move affects plants in Illinois and Michigan a plant in Mexico and two Canadian factories.

 
 

 
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Intel to Spend $20 Billion on Two New US Chip Plants

The announcement comes as U.S. automakers struggle to source semiconductors for vehicle production.

 
 

 
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Leadership's Most Underused Tool

To change the conversation, leaders must first do some listening.

 
 

 
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Department of Buyer Bullying

Why supplier development so often misses the mark.

 
 

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Dr. Armand Feigenbaum on the Cost of Quality and the Hidden Factory

Feigenbaum: "Today, in major American companies, [cost of quality] can be 25% or more in sales, most of which is failure. In my experience, that is created by what I call the hidden organization or hidden factory: that part of your organization that exists to do bad work."

 
 

 
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How to Grok the Muda

Poor quality is one form of waste. The ability to grok, or understand thoroughly, all other forms of waste is a prerequisite for the kind of phenomenal growth that the Ford Motor Co. proved possible during the first part of the 20th century.

 
 
 

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