Welcome to BlogNotions' Manufacturers Blog

The BlogNotions Manufacturers Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the manufacturing industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the technologies being used during manufacturing production, discussions of various problems and solutions, best practices for industrial safety, economic implications, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Lean Roundup #65 – October, 2014

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Monkey Business – A Lesson in Cultural Formation

Corporate culture, safety culture, quality culture, lean culture, … We talk about culture all the time but how does a culture form? Culture is the environment in which you work all of the time. Culture is a powerful element that shapes your work enjoyment, your work relationships, and your work processes. But, culture is something […]

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The Eight Most Common Traits of Successful People

Why do people succeed? Is it because they’re smart, or are they just lucky? Analyst condenses 7 years of research and 500 interviews into 8 common traits of successful people. After analyzing everything he’d learned, he came up with these eight traits: Passion: Love what you do. Work: Really hard. Focus: On one thing, not […]

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Lessons From Geese

Fall in New England is my favorite time of year. As the leaves start turning colors geese head south for the winter. But did you know that we can learn a lot about leadership and teamwork from geese? It’s true! Animals can teach us valuable lessons about life. It is truly amazing how humans can […]

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Introducing the free Feed Creator Service

The Feed Creator is a tool that you can use to create RSS feeds from webpages that do not provide their own feed. Couple this with WP RSS Aggregator and you will be able to import content from virtually any page on the web! Best of all it’s easy to use! All you need is […]

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RSS and Duplicate Content – What You Need to Know

Really Simple Syndication, or as we call it – RSS, is one of the easiest methods of distributing and curating tons of content, across the Internet. From the reader’s perspective it’s a matter of adding the feed URL to the RSS reader and that’s it. For the publisher who’s using a Content Management System (CMS) […]

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RSS is Not Dead – Why RSS is Here to Stay

RSS as we all know is one of the oldest and most powerful weapons of mass content distribution for publishers and mass content consumption for readers. Launched back in 1999, RSS has seen a tremendous rise in the past decade. Since the dawn of social media and the boom of email marketing, RSS has been […]

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Full Text RSS Feeds Add-On Launched

We have some very exciting news for you today; the launch of our very own Full Text RSS Feeds service. This service will fetch the full content from feeds which only provide an excerpt by default. There are no limits on items per feed source and this service has been designed especially to work with […]

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Comment on Seeking Links Between Supply Chain Sustainability, Logistics & the U.N. Climate Conference (COP16) by Green Conduct | “COP-Out”- The Durban Climate Talks and the Tragedy of the Climate Commons. Will Business Innovation Save the World?

As the world’s nations converge on Cancun this week for the two week UN Climate Change Conference () a few statistics are in order to put the supply chain and related logistics industry into perspective.  It’s a pretty sure bet (given poor results at COP15 in Copenhagen and recent Congressional elections here in the U.S.) […]

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