March 2011 |   Volume: 43 |   Number: 3
The member magazine of the Institute of Industrial Engineers
Ergonomics plays a big part in small animal veterinary operationsBy Meghan Rogers, Shruti Gangakhedkar and David Kaber
Don't let the magnitude of improvement successes mask the frequency of project failuresBy Satya S. Chakravorty
It may seem obvious, but root cause analysis should lead to answers for manufacturersBy Daniel Sims
Trends and trade-offs in assessing the value of returned productsBy Luk N. Van Wassenhove and Christos Zikopoulos
Process mining can identify problems while saving time and moneyBy Guillermo Calderon-Ruiz and Marcos Sepulveda
Pride, principle or process
Is it real?
Healthcare ergonomics needed sooner, not later
Sustainability and Singapore
The March issue includes a profile of IIE's pick for the New Faces of Engineering 2011, Sara Falkiewicz of ProHealth Care Medical Associates; the speaker lineup for the IIE Annual Conference and Expo; a feature about the volunteer efforts of IIE's Central Florida chapter and University of Central Florida student chapter; and updates about the upcoming Applied Ergonomics Conference in March, the Behind the Scenes corporate tours in April, and the Engineering Lean and Six Sigma Conference in September.
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