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Spring Clean Your Office with Lean and 5S

4/12/2019 - The idea of spring cleaning has been around for many years. But while this notion of cleaning is mostly applied to home organization, it also can — and should — be used to tidy workspaces. Ask yourself, how much time is spent each day struggling to find a specific document, folder, or file due to the lack of organization in your workspace? Read the full article from www.dbusiness.com.

Is Your Leadership Style Driving Away Talent?

4/1/2019 - In today’s business environment, workers are no longer satisfied with a paycheck alone. In fact, according to a recent survey by Harvard Business Review, nearly 60 percent of millennial respondents said the quality of a manager was “extremely important” when looking for a job. Hear from The Center's Charlie Westra, Growth Services Program Manager, as he discusses the importance of communication in attracting, retaining and engaging a workforce. Read the full article from dbusiness.com. 

Elliot Forsyth Named to Board of ASE

3/27/2019 - The American Society of Employers (ASE), one of the nation’s oldest and largest employer associations, has added Elliot Forsyth, Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center's Vice President of Business Operations, to their Board of Directors for 2019. The new additions and resignation were announced by ASE President & CEO Mary E. Corrado.

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center adds to board of directors

3/6/2019 - The Center has announced the addition of three new members to its board of directors. They will fill the board vacancies left by Kevin Alder of Brighton NC, David Beemer of Terryberry, and Bill Henderson of Aircraft Precision Products, whose terms ended in 2018. Read the full article from thefabricator.com. 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Announces Impact Survey Results

2/12/2019 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has announced the results from its 2018 manufacturing client impact survey. The survey is conducted annually by an independent third-party to document the economic impact of the services provided by The Center and measure the return on investment to manufacturing clients served statewide. Read the full article on advancedmanufacturing.org. 

2019 Manufacturing Outlook Q&A: Justine Burdette, The Center-West

1/8/2019 - West Michigan manufacturers are dealing with a host of issues, ranging from trade and tariffs to talent and technology. As they wade through those challenges, the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center-West is there to help, according to Regional Director Justine Burdette. As The Center seeks to “maintain that closeness and relationships with our manufacturers,” the organization is finding new ways to adapt and address their needs, she said. Read the full article from mibiz.com. 

Cyber Secure Manufacturing Is Smart Manufacturing

11/27/2018 - It’s probably not a bad idea for smaller and mid-sized manufacturers (SMMs) to adopt an “us against them” attitude as they become aware of the prevalence of cyber-attacks in the digital age of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0. Read the full article from advancedmanufacturing.org. 

The Center named a 2018 Top Workplace by the Detroit Free Press

11/13/2018 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has been awarded a 2018 Top Work Places honor by the Detroit Free Press. With more than 50 employees, The Center was included in the “Small Companies” category, ultimately placing 19th out of 60 organizations statewide. See the full list of winners at www.freep.com. 

11,000 Students Learned About Manufacturing With Support of The Center

10/19/2018 - More than 11,000 students from across Michigan gained a first-hand look at modern manufacturing thanks to the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center), which supported multiple initiatives in recognition of Manufacturing Day 2018. Read the full article from mfgday.com. 

Annual Event Manufactures Kids' Interest In Industry Jobs

10/9/2018 - Some 11,000 students around Michigan took part in National Manufacturing Day, an event put on in part, by the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center. The annual event gave students a first-hand look at modern manufacturing facilities. Read the full article from hometownlife.com. 

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