There’s a new wave of robots on the horizon. They’re smarter, safer, and cheaper than earlier models. And, they’re going to have a major impact on manufacturing for years to come.
How many projects do manufacturing teams run at one time? How long does a typical project last?
What are their biggest project management challenges? Find out in this infographic.
Robots operating autonomously on factory lines, drones delivering packages to doorsteps, 3D printed organs working alongside our own. Just 15 years ago, these ideas may have sounded like plot lines out of a sci-fi novel. Today, they’re in the news. It’s evident that we’re on the precipice of something big. Industry 4.0, the term being
No value, employee burnout, waste of time. Project management expert Elizabeth Harrin has heard it all before. But, timesheets aren’t as painful as they used to be, she argues. In this post, Harrin breaks down the
LiquidPlanner surveyed over 100 manufacturing executives, engineers, and project managers around the country. Here are five must-read findings from the report.
“Dear Elizabeth: I want to get better at measuring the success (or failure) of my projects. What project management metrics should I be focusing on? And how can I use these metrics to improve project performance?” OK. I don’t mean to start off by being controversial, but you’re asking the wrong person. It’s your project
In honor of today’s celebration of all things Star Wars, I thought it would be worthwhile to mine this epic tale for project management lessons. While many have written about the Empire’s challenges constructing the Death Star, I’m interested in what can be learned from the victors, the Rebel Alliance. Build a Diverse Team The