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Comprehensive information on education for supply chain management careers including university programs, online courses, internships, training and certification.

Engineering apprentices design remote-controlled forklift

Posted 07/01 · 11:10 AM · MMH Editorial
Apprentices to represent UK in WorldSkills competition in Brazil.

Supply Chain Talent: A Practical Approach to Hardening Soft Skills

Posted 07/01 · 10:54 AM · SCMR Editorial
If businesses are to resolve their supply chain talent shortages, the supply chain profession has an obligation and an opportunity to develop its members in ways that go well beyond technical proficiency. Specifically, supply chain leaders must find ways to build soft skills in their current employees—skills such as clear communication and emotional intelligence that will help improve job performance and deepen employee engagement. Here are five soft skills that matter.

Supply Chain Talent Squeeze: How Businesses and Universities are Collaborating to Fill the Gap

Posted 07/01 · 10:34 AM · SCMR Editorial
The talent squeeze is real. The number of jobs is expected to grow by more than 20 percent by 2022 while Baby Boomer retirement continues to deplete the ranks of experienced supply chain professionals. Some observers believe the demand for supply chain professionals might now exceed supply by a six-to-one ratio. But the picture is brighter than it might appear. One ray of hope: The efforts of business and academic leaders to attract and develop potential supply chain leaders.

MHI scheduled speakers for the 2015 Executive Summit & Annual Conference

Posted 06/30 · 02:11 PM · MMH Editorial
Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs and speakers from Coca-Cola, MIT and Caterpillar to headline conference on innovations that are transforming global supply chains.

Toyota adds Cesar Jimenez to executive team

Posted 06/29 · 01:24 PM · MMH Editorial
Jimenez began his career at Toyota as a college intern in the summer of 1996.

Toyota executive Mary Batch recognized by the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council

Posted 06/29 · 12:05 PM · MMH Editorial
Batch led STEM initiatives beginning at the middle school level in engineering, multi-skill maintenance and production.

PMMI releases two mechatronics study guides

Posted 06/22 · 10:55 AM · MMH Editorial
Guides support certificates covering industrial maintenance areas including electrical, mechanical, instrumentation and controls, and computer science.

Engineering students devise new designs for roll-up doors

Posted 06/19 · 10:45 AM · MMH Editorial
Wireless charging system could could reduce maintenance and improve performance of safety sensors on roll-up doors.

Talent shortage grows as a key risk for the manufacturing industry

Posted 06/17 · 02:44 PM · MMH Editorial
BDO study highlights risks for publicly traded U.S. Manufacturers as the industry struggles to attract and retain its workforce.

Motion Control Association is now Motion Control & Motor Association

Posted 06/17 · 08:49 AM · MMH Editorial
Association adjusts its focus following merger with SMMA, The Motor & Motion Association.

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