September 2012 |   Volume: 44 |   Number: 9
The member magazine of the Institute of Industrial Engineers
A3 thinking and lean and Six Sigma tools successfully consolidate many hospital labs into oneBy Cynthia L. Seaver
Adding relationships and strategy to traditional metrics increases the value of the toolBy Bruce Karr
Ergonomic interventions can reduce injury potential for equine veterinariansBy Meghan Rogers, Kinley Taylor and David Kaber
Students should start early to add activities and real-life experience to resumésBy Gregory H. Watson
Tools can help managers discover which options are more equal than othersBy Theresa J. Barker
Think, type, talk
Take the gamble out of forecasting
Sharpening the saw
The sustainable mobility connection
The September issue features a preview of the Best Practices in Applying Lean and Six Sigma to Healthcare event; the deadline and details for nominating a New Face of Engineering; news about the first-ever SEMS global virtual conference; application information for IIE honors, awards, scholarships and fellowships; Industrial Engineer magazine's publication honors; highlights for the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2012 in October; and a list of newly elected and appointed officers for IIE's societies and divisions.
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