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The Many Faces of Manufacturing Efficiency

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jmiller
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Employee involvement
jmiller   11/30/2013 3:02:45 PM
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I think getting employee involvement is a much larger issue than you make it seem.  It's one thing to have a couple meetings and invite production to have some donuts and coffee with you.  But to get truly engaged employees that care and help to make the changes come true is much harder.

jmiller
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Employee involvement
jmiller   11/30/2013 3:02:45 PM
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I think getting employee involvement is a much larger issue than you make it seem.  It's one thing to have a couple meetings and invite production to have some donuts and coffee with you.  But to get truly engaged employees that care and help to make the changes come true is much harder.

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Manufacturing efficiency is more than just one thin
Rob Spiegel   11/29/2013 9:37:21 AM
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Manufacturing efficiency has become of round-up of a dozen or more small improvements, from low-energy servo motors to employee ideas on how to make the plant run more smoothly.

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