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Congratulations, E=mc² Innovation Awards Winners!

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Lisa Anderson MBA, CSCP, CLTD president of LMA Consulting Group and chair for the Manufacturers’ Council of the Inland Empire (MCIE) Manufacturer’s Summit E=mc² Innovation Awards, a special award ceremony celebrating innovative businesses and students solving challenges in today’s manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce the four category winners; Process Efficiency – CAI, Marketing – Adventure Cabins, Human Capital and Talent – Connect Products and People and Innovation by Students – Harvey Mudd College. Innovation Award candidates are judged on criteria based on which company or student demonstrates the most innovation and resulting benefits in improving resources or energy efficiency;…
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Manufacturing is on the Rise

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There is an air of excitement about the future in manufacturing! Last week, I talked with several executives of manufacturing companies and the next day I was the chair of the innovation awards at the Manufacturing Council of the Inland Empire (MCIE) Manufacturers’ Summit, and it is clear that profitable growth is in the air. Of course, it will not occur unless we focus on the customer, innovation and our people ….to name a few priorities. What are you focused on? One tip to implement this week: Just because many manufacturers are seeing a positive outlook to the future doesn’t…
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Innovation

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I am the Chair of the Innovation Awards of the Manufacturers’ Summit for the Inland Empire, and we have been quite busy preparing for this Friday’s summit (see below). It is important to encourage innovation for the obvious reason that if we do not innovate, we will stand still. And, if we are standing still, we end up moving backwards while our competition passes us. What have you innovated lately? One tip to implement this week: Innovation is certainly not something to accomplish in a week; however, it is definitely something to start this week. My best clients innovate by inspiring and rewarding creativity.…
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