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M4.0 Success Will Require Adoption of a Digital Culture

The transition to Manufacturing 4.0 will be more demanding than any previous era of industry transformation, a panel composed of senior manufacturing leaders told the Manufacturing Leadership Council recently. That’s because, for most manufacturers, the t…
The transition to Manufacturing 4.0 will be more demanding than any previous era of industry transformation, a panel composed of senior manufacturing leaders told the Manufacturin… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/m40-success-will-require-adoption-digital-culture/

Diversity: Are You Leaving Leadership Assets on the Table?

For many manufacturers, devising and executing a next-generation leadership succession plan is critically important for one rather obvious reason: Leadership in many manufacturing organizations—particularly small and mid-size companies—is getting pretty l…
Most manufacturing skills gap discussions tend to focus on the shortage of engineering and skilled resources on the plant floor. Whatever your opinion about the causes of the shor… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/diversity-are-you-leaving-leadership-assets-table/

Globalization Presents a Challenge for Women Seeking to Rise in Manufacturing

It’s never been easy for women seeking to rise to leadership roles in manufacturing. Manufacturing, in many respects, has been a male-dominated culture, and women say they struggle to find role models and mentors. But globalization and widespread outsour…
Popular Discussions It’s never been easy for women seeking to rise to leadership roles in manufacturing. Manufacturing, in many respects, has been a male-dominated culture… https://www.gilcommunity.com/discussion/globalization-presents-challenge-women-seeking-rise-manufacturing/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that l… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness4/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that l… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness3/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that l… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness2/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.&r… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.&r… https://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness1/

Manufacturers and the Value of Diversity

As the United States Supreme Court weighs the legality of affirmative action in colleges and universities, I’d like to take a minute to consider the impact of diversity on the manufacturing workforce and business success.
As the United States Supreme Court weighs the legality of affirmative action in colleges and universities, I’d like to take a minute to consider the impact of diversity on t… https://www.gilcommunity.com/discussion/manufacturers-and-value-diversity/

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