Archive | September, 2012

Chutes and Ladders – A Primer for Entrepreneurism?

I have been a student of Dan Sullivan and his Strategic Coach program for more than seven years now. I always look forward to my quarterly sessions because I always get at least one fabulous “Ah Ha” moment every time my group meets. At my last class my coach was setting up the days agenda […]

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Tell Me What You Want

I am honored to be serving my state and the manufacturing community with two recent appointments — CMTA Chairman and Workforce Investment Board Member. In an effort to identify the needs of industry, create career pathways that provide businesses with the skilled workforce they need, and to assist in putting unemployed and underemployed Californians back to work, […]

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Checking Your Lean Progress (+Video)

A short while ago, Tim McMahon of the “A Lean Journey” blog and I hosted a webinar in which we talked about how to understand and evaluate the progress you are making as you reduce waste and increase value in your organization. (Note: the link above will take you to a discussion about the webinar […]

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Ovako Working Postural Analysis System

OWAS (Ovako Working Postural Analysis System) is a method used to determine the order of muscle complications, causing pain in the body. OWAS is an ergonomic method used to evaluate postural stress happens to someone when at work. The usefulness of the method OWAS is to improve the conditions of workers in the work, so […]

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