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Safety First! But, Why?!

Safety First! But, Why?! Guest writer Bill Pyles tackles OSHA regulations in his guest blog entitled “Safety First! But, Why?!” Summer is here and this time of year I’d put some notes together for the next team meeting to give a safety update; specifically, how to recognize heat stroke. I cannot say enough about OSHA’s […]


Creating Solutions to Reduce Waste

Creating Solutions to Reduce Waste Guest writer Sara Hanks takes readers through the process of finding solutions that work for a team in “Creating Solutions to Reduce Waste.” Although it has been 15 years, I remember the day clearly. It was my first opportunity to participate in a manufacturing Kaizen event, facilitated by a Japanese […]


Managing for Success

Managing for Success Guest writer Arlen Swenson takes readers through what makes or breaks a product in the market with his blog post, “Managing for Success.” Managing for Success Most of us look for ways to be successful in our work and business careers, but what are the basics of getting there and then exceeding […]


Entry Level Technician Needed

Entry Level Technician Needed Guest writer Bill Pyles tackles more staffing shortages (hint: it’s not just teachers and nurses) in today’s blog post, “Entry Level Technician Needed.” Most segments of the country are enjoying growth in the construction area, which translates to growth among construction equipment dealerships and other companies. A couple of challenges for […]


Friday Filosophy v.08.05.2022

Friday Filosophy v.08.05.2022 In Friday Filosophy v.08.05.2022, founder and managing member Ron Slee shares quotes and thoughts for consideration from Aeschylus. Aeschylus was born in c. 525 BC in Eleusis, a small town about 27 km northwest of Athens, in the fertile valleys of western Attica. Some scholars argue that his date of birth may be based on counting back […]


The Sage on the Stage

The Sage on the Stage This week our founder and managing member, Ron Slee, asks us to take a moment to remember and wonder about the sage on the stage. Where are they now? I started teaching children at a country club when I was a teenager. I taught people how to swim. I did […]


Incident Commander

Incident Commander Our new guest writer David Jensen is the owner/owner/principal consultant of Johnny Creek Consulting LLC located in New Mexico, USA.   Experience includes, 20 years a consultant of Personalysis Corporation; an executive consulting firm. A senior level consultant having attained a Vice President title with the company. He has worked with multiple Fortune 100 […]