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There is far more than just one universal solution to attract more women to the manufacturing sector. Detailed reports highlight how manufacturers need a succession plan for their workforce, and recruiting more women by instilling a supportive work culture can bolster the industry with the top female talent.
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Certificate programs are currently the fastest-growing segment of higher education in the United States. Approximately 1 million were awarded in 2010, up from 300,000 in 1994. Last year, the number of students who earned one-to-two-year certificates jumped by 56 percent, compared with a 15-percent increase in the number of bachelor’s degrees and a 25-percent rise in associate degrees.
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In Own the Future, the authors share 50 years of insights into what makes companies successful, and ultimately provide a roadmap that can help businesses be more competitive.  Read more


Engineers aren’t known for their anthropological acumen. What’s anthropology you ask?  Why it’s the study of humankind; societies and culture and their development to be exact.  ‘But I work exclusively in the U.S. and I don’t need to know about other cultures or societies, I interact with only one – American (or Canadian…or Indian…or French).’  Think again.  Even within your macro-societal group there are aggregate societies, aggregate cultures.  Why do you think no two engineering firms are the same?  It’s because they have different cultures.  Understanding culture will get you further in landing a new job or growing in the one you already hold.
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In The Behavior Breakthrough, author Steve Jacobs reveals that the secret to organizational change is behavioral change, and offers businesses the keys to make those changes in their own workplace.  Read more


In How Excellent Companies Avoid Dumb Things, Neil Smith identifies eight barriers that prevent businesses from implementing ways to improve the way they work. Read more


While money and power may be the ultimate career goals for many, most employees say that they associate success with work-life balance, a new survey reveals. Read more

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