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Engineers Who Make a Difference 

Engineers who make a difference

This year’s recognized engineers are developing new technology to make lives better for those with disabilities and injuries as well as using 3-D printing to create an entirely new construction industry.
By David Brandt and Michael Hughes 

No more waiting around 

No more waiting around

Complaints have been on the rise over long wait times and other delays in patient care. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's general internal medicine (GIM) is developing its strategic aim of improving patient access, GIM sponsored a lean Six Sigma project to address this problem.
By Nilav Ranpara and Dr. Neeraj Tayal 

Back to the future with Gantt 

Back to the future with Gantt

H.L. Gantt, the prominent engineer best known for creating the Gantt chart for work planning and scheduling in the early 1900s, had many insights into capacity measurement, management and costing that can provide a strong foundation for examining these issues today.
By Larry R. White 

Organizational resilience 

Organizational resilience

The U.S. Air Force Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex recently faced serious threats to maintenance operations. To withstand and adapt to turbulent changes, the air logistics complex focused on developing systematic resilience.
By Satya S. Chakravorty 

 
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