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Manufacturing Talk Radio is a podcast for listeners in all manufacturing industries. The show is co-hosted by Mr. Lewis A. Weiss, president and founder of All Metals & Forge Group, and Mr. Tim Grady. Presented by Jacket Media Co., each show provides the guest with an opportunity to present more broad or in-depth information from their area of expertise that is important to America’s manufacturer’s. http://www.mfgtalkradio.com Presented by AM&FG steelforge.com
 
Podcast focused on Manufacturing and Enabling Manufacturing Technology sales. Hosted by Tristan Bailey conversations provide lessons and insight from the people who have been working out the best practice to learn from. " When you need to climb a mountain, make friends on the path, as everything grows on the way up " New automation technology and digital transformation offer new ways to improve speed and profit. Business is for ever in a state of change, set your sites on the target and iter ...
 
Another Dimension reviews the latest news and technology developments. Cutting edge science, engineering, medical, space, and creative news about the latest advances in 3D printing technology. Another Dimension is hosted by Michael Petch and brought to you by 3D Printing Industry - the Authority on Additive Manufacturing.
 
Business can be the most powerful force for good if it's leaders care about the lives they touch. Every stakeholder in a business matters, especially the people in the workplace. On the Everybody Matters podcast, you’ll hear about what it means to be conscious leaders and have a conscious business. You'll hear from voices of inspirational leadership like Simon Sinek, Amy Cuddy, Raj Sisodia of Conscious Capitalism and many more. You'll also hear stories and insights learned through Barry-Wehm ...
 
Mark Graban interviews leaders and innovators in the Lean thinking world. Topics will include Lean manufacturing, Lean healthcare, Lean production, Lean startups, and Lean enterprise. Visit the blog at www.leanblog.org. For feedback, email mark@leanblog.org. All past episodes, with show notes and more, can be found at www.leancast.org.
 
We can have the future we want—but we have to work for it. Soonish brings you stories and conversations showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
 
Lynn Friesth is an advanced manufacturing strategist and leadership consultant who is on a mission to show manufacturing leaders how to improve their current operations while preparing for a digital future. He's a productivity coach, industry 4.0 blogger, and future workforce developer for forward thinking leaders who are struggling to find the workforce I need, the time to work on improving their business, and need "small" solutions to get started finding new success. Leading the Factory Fo ...
 
The people behind The Intercept’s fearless reporting and incisive commentary—Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald, Betsy Reed and others—discuss the crucial issues of our time: national security, civil liberties, foreign policy, and criminal justice. Plus interviews with artists, thinkers, and newsmakers who challenge our preconceptions about the world we live in.
 
The Digital Supply Chain podcast is a show hosted by SAP Innovation Evangelist Tom Raftery, discussing thought leadership, best practices, and the latest innovations in delivering a sustainable supply chain.The show publishes 2 episodes a week, and features interviews with luminaries in the world of supply chain and Industry 4.0.All aspects of supply chains, and how to optimise them are discussed - everything from the design, planning, manufacturing, production, delivery, all the way through ...
 
Welcome to MakingChips - We believe that manufacturing is challenging, but if you are connected to a community of leaders, you can elevate your skills, solve your problems and grow your business. Making Chips is a weekly podcast that will EQUIP and INSPIRE MANUFACTURING LEADERS to succeed in the challenging world of manufacturing. Our mission is for the METALWORKING NATION to Think Differently About Manufacturing In Order to Elevate their Game. Your hosts, Jason Zenger & Jim Carr, own manufa ...
 
Joe Hackman takes an in-depth look at the state of U.S. manufacturing by talking to the difference makers in the sector and presenting real world examples of how they have navigated the changes and overcome the hurdles in their everyday lives and operations. They say knowledge is power. Joe is manufacturing’s advocate and wants to solve problems by connecting dots and people.
 
Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
Manufacturing is sexy. Sounds crazy? Just wait! Every Thursday, Z Holly takes us on a behind-the-scenes look at how people who make stuff are trying to ‘make it’ in their industries. Get a sneak peek inside these risk-takers’ factories and studios — and most of all, their minds. If you’ve ever wondered how to build a brand, a business, or just a better mousetrap, tune in and enjoy. (More here: artofmfg.com)
 
Connecticut has the expertise, technology, innovation and institutional memory to be a worldwide leader in manufacturing once again. Hear experts from business, education and government share their thoughts on the resources, infrastructure, manpower and commitment needed to strengthen Connecticut manufacturing. Learn about the high paying careers and financial stability today’s clean, technology-driven manufacturing can deliver. Building a stronger Connecticut is why Manufacturing Matters.
 
UPS’s Longitudes Radio takes you on the path to the future with industry leaders and influencers, authors and startup innovators chiseling away at the next big idea. Conversations dig into trending topics, emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain, as well as game-changing developments in e-commerce, sustainability, trade and logistics that are reshaping the global economy and the way we'll live in the world of tomorrow.
 
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Nehemiah Manufacturing, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based company that builds fast-moving consumer goods, turned a social mission to hire convicted felons into a competitive advantage, providing the company with decreased turnover and higher staff loyalty. Harvard Business School professor Michael Chu discusses the challenges and opportunities of combining …
 
In this week's podcast, hosts Jason Zenger and Jim Carr invite guest Jenn Ryan, SVP of Global Network Operations at Xometry to discuss how they pivoted during COVID and how it helped them transform who they are as a business. Segments: Jim and Jason’s businesses thriving when the industry is down (1:44) Good news at Carr’s: 4th new CNC machine (6:0…
 
In this podcast, Bruce Morey, Senior Technical Editor for Manufacturing Engineering Magazine discusses with Carl Dekker President of Met-L-Flow will understand how to embrace Additive Manufacturing. This will cover the costs of equipment, personnel, and incidentals. Also discussed will be the design considerations that make AM excel.…
 
In this podcast, Amanda Del Buono interviews Dirck Schou, CEO of Taqtile (https://taqtile.com/), about the use of augmented and virtual reality for training in the manufacturing industry. Read the full transcript here: https://www.controlglobal.com/podcasts/manufacturing-tomorrows-workforce/augmented-and-virtual-reality-training-in-industry…
 
On this week’s episode of Additive Insight, we’re joined by Randy Altschuler, CEO of on-demand manufacturing marketplace, Xometry. Earlier this year TCT spoke with Randy about importance of localised manufacturing amid the COVID-19 pandemic and in this conversation, we elaborate on that idea by discussing the benefits of distributed manufacturing c…
 
This week’s guest is Andrew Shapiro-Zysk. Andrew explained how lean is being used in the legal profession, including dealing with pushback. He and Ron also discussed the power of automation and avoiding automating waste. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspires Andrew …
 
With millions of Americans still out of work as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the country, a national manufacturing plan offers tremendous hope for economic revival. In this episode, host Scott Paul outlines a bold new industrial policy, and EPI Senior Economist Dr. Robert Scott breaks down just how many jobs America stands to gain. Pho…
 
Additive manufacturing can come in handy during a crisis. Aaron Nelson, assistant professor of art at SUNY New Paltz, details how 3D printing can help quickly during COVID-19. Aaron Nelson is an Assistant Professor of Digital Design and Fabrication at SUNY New Paltz and works in the Hudson Valley Additive Manufacturing Center (HVAMC). Nelson holds …
 
I moved to a new state a few months ago and have been searching for a good local, independent coffee shop with ethically traded coffee--in vain. So, I go to Starbucks a few times a week. The concept of quality at Starbucks is not the coffee, which is probably why people doctor it with flavored sugars and milk. Its quality has always been environmen…
 
Donald Trump is often portrayed as an aberration of U.S. history, an outsider who seized power and is intent on destroying democracy as we know it. In the premiere episode of American Mythology, we examine the ways that Trump has proven to be a particularly dangerous autocrat who doesn’t believe in any semblance of a democratic process. But that st…
 
This episode Giles Johnston consultant and published author shares advice on what your business can get from working with Smartspeed Consulting with Cliff Notes: Lead manufacturing host Tristan Bailey. His interest began when about 14 years old. He visited a forging plant on an open day and was allowed to have a play with the controls of some very …
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Andrew-Pokelwaldt-Temperature-Measurement.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week I feature a recent interview with Andrew Pokelwaldt as he joined me to discuss some quality control tips for open mold fabrication plants that use gel coats and resins. The interview is based on a recent ar…
 
The Guardian’s West Africa correspondent Emmanuel Akinwotu reports from the protests against the special anti-robbery squad (Sars), which have swept Nigeria and gained international support. For years, the police unit has been plagued with allegations of extrajudicial killings and abuse. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/in…
 
Adding automated robotic systems to a factory can save money, create higher-quality parts, and increase production. There are six types of industrial robots that can be classified according to the typed of movement, the application needs, reach and payload requirements, and manufacturing preference. You will learn about the types of robots and how …
 
Janez Potočnik was European Commissioner for Environment from 2009 until 2014, and during his tenure initiated the European Resource Efficiency Platform, which resulted in the adoption of the first European Circular Economy Package. He currently acts as co-chair of the International Resource Panel (IRP) and serves as a special advisor on sustainabi…
 
How do we teach students about the environment in a meaningful way? Theodora Pinou, professor of biology at Western Connecticut State University, steps outside to find out. Dr. Pinou is a professor of Biology at WCSU, and a Curatorial Affiliate in Vertebrate Zoology at the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University. She received her BA, M…
 
The Guardian US reporter Kenya Evelyn grew up in Milwaukee, in the swing state of Wisconsin. She recently returned to see how this year’s pandemic, recession and Black Lives Matter protests are shifting the city’s politics. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocusBy The Guardian
 
In this Medtech Matters podcast episode of Mike on Medtech with Mike Drues, president of Vascular Sciences, we discuss the FDA’s guidances on biocompatibility submissions and nitinol-containing devices. Although the two are separate guidance documents, we combine them into a single discussion. Specifically, we address a number of questions, includi…
 
Get caught up on the latest news from around the pulp and paper world in our weekly program, including updates from Verso, DS Smith, Paper Excellence Canada, LSC, Essity, Boise Cascade, Stora Enso, Pixelle, Hamburger Containerboard, Atlantic Packaging and more. Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry…
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I welcomed back Chris Wolfe. Chris is the CEO of PowerFleet - a global mobile asset solution provider. Chris was on a previous episode of the show talking about PowerFleet, and how it helps organisations manage their fleets of vehicles. He reached out to me to talk about how he's seeing a trend i…
 
Football recruiting will never be the same, but what makes a good recruit won’t change. Russell Goodman, professor of mathematics at Central College, examines what lures recruits to a certain institution. Russ Goodman has served Central College since 2002, teaching at all levels of the curriculum. He especially enjoys learning about sports analytic…
 
Mikie Sherrill, Congresswoman, U.S. House of Representatives, State of New Jersey 11th Congressional District, discusses the federal COVID-19 response, the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Partnership’s work on a National Manufacturing Supply Chain database, and policy initiatives in D.C., along with her personal experiences as a mother of 4 scho…
 
This week we give our first impressions of the 2021 Lexus IS, discuss what has changed from the previous model and if the redesign is adequate to make this compact sports sedan stand out against rivals like the BMW 3 series, Audi A4, and Mercedes-Benz C class. GMC revealed its all-new fully electric 2022 Hummer EV, we discuss some of its glamorous …
 
As digital capabilities grow, industrial transformation is taking place throughout the world. What does this mean for manufacturers? In this episode, Alan Rooks, Editor in Chief of Manufacturing Engineering magazine, talks with Emmanuel Leroy, executive vice president of Industry Solutions for ESI Group, in charge of industry strategy, go-to-market…
 
Wearing masks due to COVID-19 has changed how we interact with each other. Samuel Lyndon Gladden, professor of literature at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, surveys our new masked manners. Samuel Lyndon Gladden, Ph.D., is Associate Dean and Professor of Literature in the College of Human Sciences and Humanities at the University of Houston-Cl…
 
I came across a colleague recently who leads SAP's strategic engagements in supply chain with a special focus on high tech and other innovative organisations. His name is Sudy Bharadwaj, or as everyone calls him SudyB - in fact, that's his Twitter handle, @SudyB. Given we're in the midst of a global supply chain disruption (thanks coronavirus!) I d…
 
Today's guest is Joseph Mayans, founder of Advantage Economics and former Economic and Public Policy Coordinator for Zions Bank. On this special live episode, Cliff and Joseph will discuss the current outlook for the US manufacturing recovery as well as outlook issues for the coming two or three years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
In his denial of science, Donald Trump has guided the U.S. far past the tipping point of mitigating the unfolding existential threat of the climate crisis. Under both Democratic and Republican administrations over decades, U.S. climate policy has fallen far short of the urgent action scientists have demanded. In crucial ways, Donald Trump has been …
 
Whether you’re retiring or you’re looking for your next step – but you just don’t know where to put your expertise to use, there’s still a lot you can do to make an impact in our society. There are talent gaps out there. Companies are still short of talent. They're puzzled about where they can find new talent in areas where they need to help people…
 
A better way to handle mental health in the criminal justice system is needed. Karen A. Snedker, professor in the department of sociology at Seattle Pacific University, explores what to do. Dr. Karen Snedker has been at SPU for over 10 years. Prior to teaching at SPU, Dr. Snedker spent several years as an NIH researcher at the University of Washing…
 
In this podcast, Bruce Morey, Senior Technical Editor for Manufacturing Engineering Magazine discusses digital transformation with Jason Ray Co-Founder & CEO of Paperless Parts. The future of your business is more reliant on strategic initiatives centered on digitizing even the most common manufacturing processes like quoting, shop floor execution,…
 
Donald Trump has run the White House like his family business with one primary aim: to enrich his brand, his family and his cronies. In part six of American Mythology, we examine how Trump and the GOP — at times with help from the Democrats — have opened the gates to the federal feeding trough for corporate greed and unaccountability. Throughout th…
 
When fans are let back into stadiums, which teams will sell the most tickets? John Drea, professor of business at Illinois College, says their win-loss record might not matter as much as first thought. John Drea (BA, Illinois College; MBA, University of Notre Dame; DBA, Southern Illinois University) is Professor of Business and Coordinator of the S…
 
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