September 2011 |   Volume: 43 |   Number: 9
The member magazine of the Institute of Industrial Engineers
Improved manufacturing comes from using quality data to make the right connections and conclusionsBy Brandon Theiss
Unless you identify and act upon opportunity, your company will be blown away by the competitionBy Stephen C. Harper and Thomas W. Porter
For future success, link human engineering programs with the growing trend of sustainabilityBy Jessica Ellison and Danny Nou
By any name, standardized work can propel clinical improvementBy Tedd Karr
Tools or toys
Doing due diligence
Help develop healthcare leaders
Manufacturing for a crowded planet
Performance engineering for better education
The September issue includes details on how to nominate someone for New Faces of Engineering 2012; information about this year's ABET conference; industry leaders appearing at IIE's Enterprise Transformation Conference; deadlines for scholarship and award nominations; credentials for the newest leaders among IIE's societies and divisions; and a preview of a new ergonomics and human factors journal to be released in early 2012.
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