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At UPS, the algorithm is the driver
WSJ.com: UPS opens up about Orion, the company's 10-year effort to squeeze every penny from delivery routes.
ASU professor emeritus Young dies
Hewitt Hartley Young, 91, professor emeritus of industrial engineering at Arizona State University, died Feb. 2.
'Made in China' is increasingly becoming 'Made in USA'
NBCNews.com: In a twist on American offshoring, China-based companies are increasing investments in U.S. manufacturing.
A milieu for multiple disciplines
The new editor for the Journal of Enterprise Transformation editor plans to bridge academia and industry.
IIE members pick new president-elect, board members, other leaders
New President-elect Michael Foss joins three other new faces on IIE's board of trustees beginning April 1.
Jean Ann Larson receives 2014 SHS/HIMSS Award
SHS past president honored for her leadership in advancing process improvement and IT initiatives.
3 reasons the future of healthcare looks like a UPS truck
A LinkedIn blogger draws comparisons between healthcare and UPS following a podcast about the delivery company.
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EVENTS & TRAINING
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  Applied Ergonomics Conference 2015
Nashville, TN - 4 Days

MAR
16
  Lean Green Belt - Nashville
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MAR
16
  Lean Black Belt
Norcross, GA - 8 Days

MAR
16
  Lean Black Belt for Healthcare
Norcross, GA - 8 Days

MAR
30
  Lean Six Sigma Green Belt for Healthcare
Birmingham, AL - 5 Days

MAR
30
  Engineering Analytics
Norcross, GA - 2 Days

APR
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  Six Sigma Green Belt for Process Improvement
Norcross, GA - 3 Days



VIDEO

HSPIC 2015 keynote speaker: Wearable workflow needs health systems engineering

HSPIC 2015 keynote speaker: Wearable workflow needs health systems engineering
At the recent Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2015, keynote speaker Dr. Chuck Webster of EHR Workflow Inc. delivered his presentation on the impact of wearable tech, including Google Glass, in health system environments. Click here to watch his full HSPIC 2015 keynote presentation in a YouTube video. And visit the HSPIC website in the near future for more highlights from the conference.


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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER MAGAZINE
Industrial Engineers - March 2015   

Industrial Engineer is the member magazine of IIE. The monthly publication provides information for readers to enhance their career capabilities, improve their organizations’ performance and advance the development of the profession. 





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