Month: July 2020

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5G will Support Factory Automation and Economic Impact of 1.5 Trillion by 2023

5G will support factory automation and 5G speeds are being adopted more quickly every year.  As I have mentioned before in this Industry 4.0 blog, 5G speeds will provide the backbone for automated factories and that is becoming more of a reality every day. Imagine a factory where, depending upon what we order, the machines …

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How Senior Leaders can Support Intrapreneurs

Maybe your organization has to pivot in areas since the COVID19 pandemic.  One way to increase the speed of pivoting is to unleash your internal intrapreneurs.  As they drive change, offer fresh opportunities and improvements, they will run into barriers.  Here are some ways senior leaders can support intrapreneurs. 1.  Increase the discomfort in keeping …

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RV Demand is Growing- Learn this RV Supplier Stays Lean

One of the key elements on my American Lean Weekday podcast is the weekly interviews that I conduct with companies on their Lean Journey.  These companies are from various industries and are all different sizes.  I have interviewed leaders from family-owned businesses to multi-national organizations.  Today I interview Lippert Component Director of Lean Manufacturing, Sean …

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How to make Change Stick in Your Organization

Driving improvement and change in an organization is hard.  It requires a lot of heavy lifting.  Employees rarely embrace change because the mind doesn’t like uncertainty.  When you talk about change, that leads to an uncertain future in many people’s minds.  Here are four tips to make change stick in your organization. 1.  Your company …

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