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August 22, 2014

Talent Management Roundtable

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This special edition of Manufacturing Revival Radio focuses on what well could be the issue most critical to competitive advantage, Talent Management.  Three individuals with extensive expertise join us to take a deep dive into this vital subject. First is Deborah Pearce, a communications consultant with Pearce Communications Group, a firm dedicated to creating successful organizations …

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August 19, 2014

Josh Green: Streamlining the supply chain

WHO: Josh Green WHAT: CEO and Co-Founder WHERE: Panjiva Today’s discussion topics: An overview of Panjiva and how it helps manufacturers streamline their supply chains. A couple of thought leadership topics Josh would like to discuss, including the Made in America movement: is it now or never? How has the supply chain evolved over the …

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July 19, 2014

Tom Croteau: Creating GA jobs & attracting investments

Tom Croteau, Deputy Commissioner for Global Commerce, Georgia Department of Economic Development.  Tom leads Georgia’s Global Commerce team to increase jobs and investment through locating and expanding businesses, as well as growing small businesses. SHOW NOTES The importance of  helping the 60 person company grow into a 100 person company The value of cooperation among …

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July 1, 2014

Richard Kopelman: Leading the next generation of Georgia’s manufacturers

A joy to welcome Richard Kopelman back to the show, he’s the CEO and Managing Partner of Habif, Arogeti, and Wynne, as well as the Founder and Chairman of Next Generation Manufacturing. Prior to his role as CEO and Managing Partner, Richard was the partner-in-charge of the Firm’s manufacturing & distribution group, having grown that …

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May 5, 2014

Matt Jones: Material handling efficiency in spades

What started out as a need to efficiently remove scrap and parts from under their dies, led a tool and die maker to design and build a low profile conveyor.  They were told of course that it couldn’t be done, but they did… and started down the path to having their systems used in over …

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May 2, 2014

Jonathan Moskin: Legal implications of 3D printing

Welcome to Jon Moskin, Intellectual Property Partner with Foley & Lardner! No doubt, 3D printing is one the hottest of the up and coming technologies.  But it’s more than the technology itself.  From a legal perspective there are a whole host of unanswered questions.  As a 30 year practitioner of IP law, Jon has perspectives …

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April 1, 2014

APICS Atlanta: On location with Ging Peinpicharana

[If you are viewing by email, please click here to listen] Manufacturing Revival Radio recently had the pleasure of attending the APICS Atlanta education/dinner event.  Just before the formal program got going we were able to grab from perspective from Ging Peinpicharana, the VP of Administration.

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April 1, 2014

APICS Atlanta: On location with Lin Lian

[If you are viewing by email, please click here to listen] Manufacturing Revival Radio recently had the pleasure of attending the APICS Atlanta education/dinner event.  Just before the formal program got going we were able to grab from perspective from Lin Lian, APICS Atlanta’s newest member.

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April 1, 2014

APICS Atlanta: On location with Brian Skelly

[If you are viewing by email, please click here to listen] Manufacturing Revival Radio recently had the pleasure of attending the APICS Atlanta education/dinner event.  Just before the formal program got going we were able to grab from perspective from Brian Skelly, the Global Supply Planner for Zodiac Services Americas and the APICS Atlanta VP of …

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April 1, 2014

APICS Atlanta: On location with Tom Cox

[If you are viewing by email, please click here to listen] Manufacturing Revival Radio recently had the pleasure of attending the APICS Atlanta education/dinner event.  Just before the formal program got going we were able to grab from perspective from Tom Cox, the VP of Education.

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