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Inside Quality Digest Live for Sept. 28, 2018

It's all about manufacturing.

Published: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - 12:02

In this all-manufacturing episode, we look at the STEM pipeline into manufacturing, supplier development, how to make sense of manufacturing data and, no, manufacturing is not dead.

“Strengthening the STEM Workforce Pipeline Through Outreach”

NIST does more than just research and come up with really cool technology. It also has STEM outreach programs designed to help young people and minorities get excited by all this coolness.

“Making Sense of Manufacturing Data”

Are you collecting enough data? Are you collecting too much data? Do you know the difference between data and information? Doug Fair of InfinityQS does. He told us.

“Hey America, You’re Wrong—Manufacturing Is Not Failing, It’s Flourishing”

There continues to be a lot of misinformation about the state of manufacturing in the United States. This story takes a look at that.

Best-in-class supplier development strategies: An interview with Chad Kymal of Omnex

Many companies are struggling to keep up with advancements in the supply chain. Fortunately, a lot of groundwork for successful supplier development has already been done, and you can learn from it. Chad Kymal of Omnex explains.

Our next episode of Quality Digest Live comes to you this Friday, Oct. 10, 2018. You can watch either via our home page or our dedicated player page. See you then!

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Dirk Dusharme is Quality Digest’s editor in chief.