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By Kevin Cooper, UT CIS Solutions Consultant
Webinar: How Smaller Manufacturers Can Develop Risk Management Strategies for their Supply Chains
Date: October 20, 2021
Time: 2 PM ET
Every quarter, approximately 60 UT CIS clients have the opportunity to tell us and our partners about the improvements, savings, and investments realized through their relationship with the Tennessee Manufacturing Extension Partnership (TMEP), housed within UT CIS.
By Bill Hicks, UT CIS Solutions Consultant
Our Center works closely with the Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee Knoxville to bring solutions to our clients’ problems. One of the ways that we do so is by helping to identify projects that senior undergraduate engineering students can solve as their Senior Design or Capstone Project. Senior Design projects:
By Greg Ford, UT CIS Manufacturing Consultant Resource
The new Certified Manufacturing Associate (CMfgA) from SME — a nationally recognized certifying body in manufacturing — quickly prepares individuals for high-demand, entry-level manufacturing jobs.
From our partners at the Tickle College of Engineering at UT Knoxville
Industrial Engineering 493 LEADERSHIP IN ENGINEERING: PROJECT PLANNING AND ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT SUMMER 2021 3 CREDITS JUNE 29 - JULY 30
TIME: MTWHF | 10:00 11:40 | CRN: 84560 SYNCHRONOUS AND A SYNCHRONOUS OPTIONS
The application process for Walmart's eighth annual open call for products made, grown or assembled in the United States is open now through April 30.
They invite entrepreneurs dreaming of landing their products on Walmart shelves and online to apply for the opportunity to meet with Walmart merchants on June 30, 2021, via virtual pitch meetings.
By Mark Sebby, UT CIS Manufacturing Consultant
The primary idea behind Lean is to not only reduce wastes in our processes, but to also maximize customer value. Through Lean practices implementation, we can create even greater value for our customers using our current state resources. A true lean organization understands this and focuses on its key process to maximize customer value… doing what our customers want and nothing else.
This series of classes teaches not only the tools of lean, but also offers proven leadership techniques for implementing lean in you organization, managing culture change, and developing continuous improvement engagement throughout your workforce. Following are some highlights about the workshops: