July 2011 |   Volume: 43 |   Number: 7
The member magazine of the Institute of Industrial Engineers
IEs can move seamlessly and effectively into occupational safety and healthBy Farman A. Moayed
IE earns religious exemption to pursue dream of becoming a ‘saint soldier’By Michael Hughes
Care in allocating employee resources boosts bottom line, increases competitivenessBy Shrikant Jarugumilli and Scott E. Grasman
Distilling a century’s worth of experience into 10 key pointsBy Richard Muther and Gerald Nadler
Focusing on electricity yields quick ROI and enlightens management about the variability of costsBy John Preston
Stuck in systems infancy
The other side of lean
Worthy improvements, part 2
The July issue includes comments from keynote speakers for the Engineering Lean and Six Sigma Conference 2011; a look inside the May/June issue of Industrial Management; a list of more winners honored at this year's IIE Annual Conference and Expo; news about the passing of work measurement expert Kjell Zandin; and the recognition for editorial and design earned by Industrial Engineer magazine.
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"The fact is that every situation is not really that unique, and believing so only adds to unnecessary complexity."
– Sidhartha S. Padhi and Kamil J. Mizgier, from their feature in the December issue, "The KISS of better models"
Mark Wallace with UPS discusses why his job is the coolest job for an industrial engineer in this December 2014 Web exclusive.
Members of the IIE Atlanta Chapter appear in this October 2014 video to discuss the value of a revitalizing the chapter.
IE interviews the three co-directors of Georgia Tech’s Center for Health and Humanitarian Logistics.