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  • DeltaModTech features Innovation Coach Robert Brands

    6 Methods for Innovating in a Highly Technical Field Statistics indicate that the number of companies that innovate is surprisingly low, despite its potential rewards. Yet there are a number of... Original: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/InnovationCoach/~3/SJlF61c-gqw/ By: Robert BrandsPosted:...

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  • The Art of Managing Dispersed Teams

    How HR managers are handling familiar challenges on a global scale     A trained mechanical engineer, Mark Chang found himself “totally uncertain and unprepared” the first time he was called on to hire someone else.   “I didn’t even know why I...

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  • Five Technological Applications Impacting Manufacturing Innovation

    Ben Vickery   “Let’s go invent tomorrow instead of worrying about what happened yesterday.” – Steven Jobs read more Original: http://www.industryweek.com/innovation/five-technological-applications-impacting-manufacturing-innovation By: Posted: May 27, 2016, ...

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  • Product Innovation Through Powerful Problem Statements

    Last week I had the opportunity to present a webinar at the Project Management Viewblog. I spoke on how Six Sigma-powered problem statements can actually improve innovation in a project. Interestingly, that’s contrary to what many product managers believe. (You can review a full audio-...

    Tags: Tools & Methods, creativity, discipline, Innovation, problem statement, product management, product manager, rigor, six sigma

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  • Xiaomi's Microsoft Patent Purchase Part of Its Global Push

    How did Microsoft find a ready buyer for 1,500 of its patents? Simple: Chinese companies like Xiaomi, trying to build worldwide brands, are putting more importance on intellectual property. read moreOriginal: http://www.industryweek.com/intellectual-property/xiaomis-microsoft-patent-purchase-pa...

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  • Three Megatrends Transforming Manufacturing

      By mid-century, emerging technologies, Big Data and demographics will combine to create a U.S. manufacturing footprint dramatically different than today. read more Original: http://www.industryweek.com/emerging-technologies/three-megatrends-transforming-manufacturing By: Stephen G...

    Tags: Ideaxchange, Change Management, Emerging Technologies, Information Technology, Innovation, Technology, Workforce, IoT and the Digitization of Manufacturing, The Latest

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  • Can GE Innovate Innovation with Predix Platform?

    John Hitch, Editor General Electric has been innovating for more than a century, such as with their jet engines. With its big-data wrangling Predix platform now available to third parties, the research empire has found a ...

    Tags: IndustryWeek Wire, New Equipment Digest RSS, Companies & Executives, Innovation, Leadership, Operations, Technology, The Latest

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  • Connectivity Enabling Manufacturing Innovation

    The ability to leverage technology is the foundation upon which future products will be created to meet society’s needs. read moreOriginal: http://www.industryweek.com/technology/connectivity-enabling-manufacturing-innovation By: Posted: June 3, 2016, 7:46 pm

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  • From Rust Belt to Brain Belt: How Older Manufacturing Cities Are Remaking Themselves

    A new book looks at how cities like Akron and Albany have built on their historic manufacturing strengths to be successful in the modern era. read moreOriginal: http://www.industryweek.com/innovation/rust-belt-brain-belt-how-older-manufacturing-cities-are-remaking-themselves By: Posted: June 3...

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  • Renault-Nissan Latest to Lure Silicon Valley Talent

    The auto alliance is expected to start hiring about 300 tech experts this month in an effort to keep pace — if not lap — its connected-car competitors. read moreOriginal: http://www.industryweek.com/technology/renault-nissan-latest-lure-silicon-valley-talent By: Posted: June 1, 2016...

    Tags: Companies & Executives, Research & Development, Innovation, Leadership, Technology, The Latest

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