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By: Kelly Graves

The following is an excerpt from Kelly Graves’ book, The Management and Employee Development Review (CRC Press, 2016).

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By: Sophia Finn

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The quality sector hasn’t seen real software innovation for nearly two decades. Even with an overabundance of options, the available quality software is fragmented, and its dated technology leaves a lot to be desired.

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By: Elizabeth Gasiorowski Denis

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By: Dan Jacob

The most recent decade has seen rapid advances in connectivity, mobility, analytics, scalability, and data, spawning what has been called the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. This fourth industrial revolution has digitalized operations and resulted in transformations in manufacturing efficiency, supply chain performance, product innovation, and in some cases, entirely new business models.

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By: Mike Richman

The July 21, 2017, episode of QDL came to you from the 8,000-ft grandeur of Cliff Lodge in Snowbird, Utah—site of the 2017 Coordinate Metrology Society Conference. During this special episode, we toured the show floor, looked at some great portable 3D measurement solutions, and chatted with incoming CMSC chair Gary Confalone. Let’s take a closer look:

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By: Scott Gottlieb

It is incumbent upon the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ensure that we have the right policies in place to promote and encourage safe and effective innovation that can benefit consumers, and adopt regulatory approaches to enable the efficient development of these technologies. By taking an efficient, risk-based approach to our regulation, the FDA can promote health through the creation of more new and beneficial medical technologies.

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By: InfinityQS

On Jan. 1, 2017, Philadelphia became one of the first U.S. cities to pass a tax ($0.15 per oz) on sugary drinks, including artificially sweetened beverages, such as diet soda. In California, San Francisco, Albany, Berkeley, and Oakland have joined Philadelphia in this initiative, as well as Boulder, Colorado; Cook County, Illinois; and Seattle.

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By: Katina Sawyer, Christian Thoroughgood

In times of organizational crisis, some companies are able to right the ship, while others sink under the pressure.

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By: Ryan E. Day

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Although part inspection is only a portion of the total workflow in your manufacturing operation, reducing that percentage of the workload has the potential to deliver significant returns on investment (ROI), in particular, when automation is introduced into the inspection process.

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By: Pam Bethune

Every company is in business to take risks.

Every action or failure to take action by that company naturally has some form of risk inherent in the process. To survive, a company needs to identify opportunities and take them when beneficial, but the amount of risk must be understood. Whether it’s determining to pursue new markets and make new investments or discontinuing those pursuits, risk is built into the nature of business.

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