Unconstraining your doctor's office

The theory of constraints is the perfect buffer for medical scheduling
By James F. Cox III, Dr. Timothy M. Robinson and Wendy Maxwell

Savings through shavings

Paring down SKU-driven complexity can improve profitability
By Reginaldo A. Montague 

Becoming a complete project leader 

Complete leaders deliver the right functions, meet deadlines and beat budgets
By Simon Philbin and Donald Kennedy 

Eleven ways to optimize your warehouse

Global study reveals best practices in constant drive to do more with less
By Paul Dittmann 


Top stories in this month's industrial engineering news

  • Hard work + epiphany = lean healthcare
  • Prof says skills gap is a cash problem
  • The fear of unconnected data
  • Engineering out diabetes
  • Tackling the complexities of healthcare
  • Inexpensive manufacturer benefits from simulation 
  • Filling an Amazon-sized hole
  • Book of the Month: Healthcare Systems Engineering


Running to failure

By Kevin McManus 

One executive's dilemma

By Paul Engle 

Knowledge can turn hoarders into curators 

By William "Ike" Eisenhauer 

Pursuing excellence means pursuing competence

By Paul Templin 

Unintended consequences of electric vehicles 

By Ricardo Valerdi 


This month in IIE news

The February issue includes a column detailing the future of healthcare; a volunteer snapshot with Robert Williams as he leaves IIE parliamentarian post after decades of service; information on the Annual Conference pre-conference workshops; Teresa Wu takes over IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering and aims to add clinical aspect; and find out what it takes to build your own ergo program. 


September 2023 issue

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