New insights on how agility and curiosity are helping organizations weather the storm of 2020 2020 has marked the greatest period of uncertainty and economic volatility our generation has ever faced Yet some organizations have quickly adapted to the shifting forces that have short circuited the economy, and are surviving—even […]
I think sometimes the word ‘safety’ get’s so abused and overstated that it becomes the ‘killjoy’ word. Unless of course you are a ‘zero harm advisor’ and you have totally killed off the word, rendering it useless.
Recent global events, including Brexit, the expanded use of tariffs and the COVID-19 pandemic, have led to unprecedented risks and challenges for manufacturers that depend on global manufacturing operations and supply chains. Many companies have enjoyed the significant benefits and advantages of expanding production by building factories around the globe […]
Here’s a quick look at how enclosures, automation controls and wiring can be kept safe Kevin Kakascik Just about every product and machine we come in contact with uses electricity. To keep us safe, almost all of them have built-in safety features, especially those on the factory floor. Technicians, maintenance […]
Morgen Witzel Writer and lecturer Crisis puts the spotlight on leadership. Most teams, provided they are composed of intelligent, motivated people who know what they need to do, can sail along comfortably when things are going well, and leaders have a pretty easy time of it. A corrective word here, […]
by Paul J. Zak Companies are twisting themselves into knots to empower and challenge their employees. They’re anxious about the sad state of engagement, and rightly so, given the value they’re losing. Consider Gallup’s meta-analysis of decades’ worth of data: It shows that high engagement—defined largely as having a strong […]