Recently, Mary Doyle Keefe passed away at the age of 92. You may not recognize her name, but you’ll definitely recognize her face. Mary Doyle Keefe was the model for Norman Rockwell’s famous 1943 painting, “Rosie the Riveter.” In the 1940’s, var
Meredith Kovarik of Jabil, Chelsea Sargeant of Caterpillar and Faina Sandler of Sandvik Coromant Company discuss how women can address the challenges facing U.S. manufacturing. American manufacturing...
There has been a lot of talk about getting students excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education as a way of filling the talent gap, particularly in manufacturing. But many companies today are doing more than just talking about it. Some manufacturing CEOs are making it a strategic priority.
Now more than ever, companies are being faced with an ever-growing problem. There are 28 million middle skill jobs — those that require an associate degree or similar technical training — currently vacant in the US. By 2018, an additional 14 million jobs requiring middle skills will be created. Globally, McKinsey estimates that there will be a shortfall of some 85 million qualified workers by 2020. In other words, employees with the requisite skills to get the job done are quickly dwindling.C
Perception is the biggest challenge -- many people think of manufacturing as a grimy scene of dirt and chaos. Manufacturers across the country are bringing young people onto their shop floors so they can see what modern manufacturing is really like....
Excellent arCEOs and Millennials don’t see eye to eye, but their future success may depend on joining forces. Veteran fighter pilots refer to Millennials in their squadron as SNAPs, Sensitive New Age Pilots....
Excellent article on how Millennials think and work.
If there is one good thing that came out of the Great Recession, it is that people began to wake up to the idea that manufacturing was important to U.S. survival, and more companies began bringing manufacturing jobs back to the states. The problem is, now we have to fill those jobs.
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