​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Home
Membership
Communities & Groups
Training
Conferences
Publications & Resources
Career Center
 

NEWS
Bend it, charge it, dunk it - Graphene, the material of tomorrow
This blog from The New York Times looks at how graphene may be the solution for future tech advancements.
Former IIE president talks industrial engineering careers
Doug Rabeneck, workforce optimization executive at Accenture, talks about why students should follow an IE career path.
Former GM executive talks at Google
Former GM executive and industrial engineer Ed Whitacre discusses being a CEO, leadership and managing people.
MAPI: U.S. manufacturing production to grow through 2015
IndustryWeek: Despite companies getting left out in the winter cold, one group is optimistic about U.S. manufacturing.
Bringing 3-D power to the people
The New York Times: With the tools to produce (and sell) a design, one factory hopes to be the Amazon of 3-D printing.
Walmart offers grant for manufacturing innovation
Walmart is accepting applicants for funding to be devoted to the development and acceleration of U.S. manufacturing.
Sheep tag innovation could increase accuracy
A European initiative is developing an RFID tag to improve sheep identification, according to Farmers Weekly.
Page:
1
2
EVENTS & TRAINING
APR
23
  Big M Manufacturing: Challenges and Opportunities for Industrial Engineering
Webinar

APR
24
  Using Six Sigma and Lean Tools to Reduce 30-Day Readmission Rates
Webinar

MAY
9
  Lean Six Sigma White Belt - Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA - 1 Day

JUN
9
  Lean Green Belt
Norcross, GA - 3 Days

JUN
9
  Lean Green Belt for Healthcare
Norcross, GA - 3 Days

JUN
12
  Intro to IE in Healthcare
Norcross, GA - 2 Days

JUL
7
  Six Sigma Black Belt - Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA - 15 Days



VIDEO

IIE Video 

AEC 2014 keynote speakers share their career stories
Brooks Kimmel with NASA and Dr. Colin Drury from the University of Buffalo, SUNY took to the stage March 25-26 as keynote speakers for the Applied Ergonomics Conference 2014 in Orlando, Fla. Kimmel's presentation explained how ergonomics tools and methods developed at NASA have played a role in improving - and even saving - lives outside of NASA. Drury's presentation focused on the idea of "designing for the whole person" by addressing practical issues that employees face daily.


ABOUT IIE

Systems world view. Productivity. Efficiency. These are words that describe the distinctive attributes of industrial engineering, and IIE is the world’s largest professional society dedicated solely to the support of the industrial engineering profession and individuals involved with improving quality and productivity. Founded in 1948, IIE is an international, nonprofit association that provides leadership for the application, education, training, research, and development of industrial engineering. IEs figure out a better way to do things and work in a wide array of professional areas, including management, manufacturing, logistics, health systems, retail, service and ergonomics. They influence policy and implementation issues regarding topics such as sustainability, innovation and Six Sigma. And like the profession, IEs are rooted in the sciences of engineering, the analysis of systems, and the management of people. Join today!

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER MAGAZINE
Industrial Engineer - April 2014   

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. 





JOBS