President Trump knows better than anyone how beholden he is to manufacturing workers for his victory, and he has sent a strong message that he felt their pain—and would attempt to ease it.
CEOs should get more involved in building supplier relationships. The benefit in doing so could go directly to the bottom line.
Manufacturing CEOs and President Donald Trump talked about how to eradicate the skills gap and educate and employ more Americans in the manufacturing industry.
Executives can learn a lot on the factory floor, not only about production and the inner workings of the products they produce, but also about their workforce.
Most manufacturers are leveraging the power of data and technology, but they'll have to use it in a holistic fashion to reach their full potential.
IoT strategies not only can help companies cut costs and improve efficiencies, but also can help them transform supply chains to offer manufacturers greater product differentiation and innovation
As manufacturers work to keep up with technology, their leaders must keep up their knowledge as well.
The victory helps the Deep South remain a fortress of union-free labor, even as more companies set up shop there.
Reducing waste and improving the effectiveness of your staff investment could result in added revenues, lower costs and an improvement in your bottom line.
4Q17 will mark the 10-year anniversary of The Great Recession, yet year-end projections show that the U.S. manufacturing sector will not reach its pre-recession output levels.