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Risky business: Cybersecurity and supply chain management
A contributor to Forbes.com argues that most security breaches that harm a company occur from within.
Why some experts think driving with two feet could be safer than one
Vox.com: Experts believe using both feet can solve a big problem - hitting the gas pedal instead of the brake.
University's 3-D Braille printer can print on any curved or flat plastic surface
3Dprint.com: Researchers develop device capable of printing Braille characters on any kind of plastic packaging.
OSHA adds key hazards for investigators' focus in healthcare inspections
The U.S. government agency is targeting some of the most common causes of workplace injury and illness in the industry.
These are the new rules of work
FastCompany.com: Day-to-day business behavior is rapidly changing thanks to advancing mobile technology.
Lessons from a longtime Washington leader
WashingtonPost.com: OMB controller David Mader discusses his focus on improving management across federal agencies.
Research: Flexible reduced-load work arrangements can help companies, professionals
Findings by a Purdue University professor suggest companies should support reducing workloads for their employees.
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James A. Tompkins

Gilbreth winner: 'The mother of our profession cares about us.'
This video features the presentation of the Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Industrial Engineering Award to Jim Tompkins, CEO of Tompkins International, on June 1 at the IIE Annual Conference & Expo 2015. Tompkins shared a story about meeting Lillian Gilbreth as well as the great fortunes he has discovered throughout his career. For more information about the conference, visit www.iienet.org/annual.


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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER MAGAZINE
Industrial Engineer - July 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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