According to a new survey from Deloitte, global executives are increasingly concerned about the growing risks to their supply chains and costly negative impacts such as margin erosion and inability to keep up with demand.
With the new rule under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) going into effect in less than 60 days, it has become obvious that the FDA is seeking to revamp food safety in the United States, as well as regulate imported food from around the globe.
The science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce has grown more than 50 percent faster than the number of STEM degree recipients.
The Immigration Innovation Act would make it easier for foreign science, technology, engineering and math students and workers to come and stay in America.
With uncertainty looming, cost control and labor issues fall just behind food safety as top manufacturing concerns. So how do you ease the worry over these issues?
Implementing a bring your own device program allows employees to work anywhere from their own device, while still securely connected to the network.
Proposed policy changes in areas such as trade, energy, tax, regulation and transportation would add up to more than $58 billion in potential export growth in the chemical sector.
Any party engaged in an industry that uses cadmium should take steps to verify the chemical content of their products and components, paying mind even to decor such as paint.
A good problem definition has three parts: What is the problem? Where or when does it occur? How do you know? The answers should consist of facts, not opinions or judgments.
Simply providing a clearer expectation of what “good enough” looks like can solve many problems we encounter.
From drug-safety perspective, the new rules and regulations make perfect sense. However, if some of the new directives are fully enforced, customers could face shortages and higher drug prices.
Yes, America was knocked down — especially manufacturers in the auto industry — but I think it’s safe to say that it’s been a successful second half thus far.
If your customers aren't going to put much more money in your pockets, it's up to you to find ways to make 2013 a great year. We know you can do it.
The FDA recently proposed two new rules, which are being touted as a significant overhaul of the nation’s food safety system, under 2011’s Food Safety Modernization Act.