Kevin McManus

Performance by Kevin McManus

What's your job? 
Few see work, let alone daily life, this way. We’ve added too many unnecessary trappings to the repetitive things we do. Our focus on adding value has been clouded, making the true requirements of our customers harder to identify. What really is your job?

Paul Engle

Management by Paul Engle

A strategy to rebuild trust 
Changing culture is the most difficult challenge for an organization, particularly one as successful as our client. History provides long lists of those that disappeared by failing to change. Cultural change begins at the top. Human nature prevents most senior leaders fro accepting blame and recognizing their mistakes. Rather than attempt to work with them, most boards quickly replace executives who resist needed changes.

Tarun Mohan Lal

Health Systems by Tarun Mohan Lal

Industrial engineering nerds in HR 
Workforce planning typically is led by human resources collaborating with finance and operations departments, as the outcomes inform recruitment and compensation plans and serve as a key input into the budgeting process. We were able to realize significant cost saving and improve staff and patient experience. Here are contributions I made.

Jim Tompkins

Supply Chain by Jim Tompkins

Robotics, the 21st century steam engine 
Historically, robots have been applied to the processes of storing and moving cases in distribution centers. Only recently has the technology evolved to support picking and sorting. This has opened up a whole new opportunity for distribution automation.

Christopher Wheelus

Member Forum by Christopher Wheelus

IE tools aid conference feedback
Having worked as an industrial engineer in a prior chapter of my vocational life, I am always looking for ways to improve service, processes and quality. That experience was useful two years ago when I volunteered to coordinate the continuing education for the annual conferenc of the Georgia College Counseling Association, of which I am a member.