Growth & Innovation, Research & Development, Research, Innovation, Operations, Continuous Improvement, Operational Excellence, Lean, Information Technology
Given the global reach of manufacturing and the intensifying policy focus that the factory sector has enjoyed in recent years, it is critical for the public, manufacturing executives, and governments to gain perspective on what some are dubbing a “new industrial revolution.
The SEC’s conflict minerals rule is on the rocks, with the D.C. Circuit Court and two sitting SEC commissioners questioning its viability. Meanwhile, the SEC insists the June 2 reporting deadline stands, creating uncertainty for manufacturers.
Operations, Information Technology, IT Policies, IT Security, Risk & Compliance, Legal, Labor & Employment Practices
“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) is the practice through which employees use their personally owned computing devices to connect to their employers’ computer networks. Companies that allow BYOD should consider adopting an effective policy providing important guidance regarding employee–employer interaction, addressing employer access, security, compliance with company policies, and geographical limitations.