PERSPECTIVES

Performance by Kevin McManus

In need of ISE heroes
I am at the point in my career where I frequently reflect back on the mentors who guided me to where I am today. I did not expect to be on the path I travel, but there are no complaints. I continue to learn and grow as an industrial and systems engineer, thanks to my ISE heroes.


Management by Paul Engle

Prepare now for unprecedented growth
A client recently remarked that the first half of 2021 may resemble 2020 in terms of governmental restrictions, high levels of unemployment and a general economic malaise. The second half of the year may look quite different.


Supply Chain by Jim Tompkins

Supply chain lessons learned from holiday 2020
2020 was an unprecedented year for the supply chain industry, and the holiday season was no exception. Existing challenges of rising e-commerce sales and store closures were amplified when CO-VID- 19 hit, forcing many organizations to reevaluate supply chain strategies. Here are seven lessons learned to position organizations for future success.


Career Enhancement by Caitlin Kenney

Perseverance is key to earning PE
Isaac Villarreal, PE, finally earned his professional engineer license last July. “Finally,” because his path to licensure encountered a few bumps along the way. Keeping his eye on the goal and his perseverance led to success last summer.


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