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March 2008 The Knowledge-Sharing Newsletter
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It wouldn't be hard to guess that talks of recession and slowdown are on everybody's mind these days. Especially at such times, it is important to remember that improving productivity is something that is in your hands, but it does require innovative thinking and overcoming internal resistance.

Substantial savings can be gained from both simple changes like checklists and larger undertakings such as going green.

Even small adjustments in the way you do business can have dramatic effects. Take for instance Concurrent Engineering. Giving separate departments the flexibility to work simultaneously is a big step towards streamlining workflow. Register for an upcoming webcast for Mold Makers to see how it can improve your company's bottom-line results.

What changes can you make to improve?

Enjoy the issue,

Lisa Sterling
Cimatron Technologies, Inc.


Recession vs. Slowdown

According to this report, the economy is indeed slowing down but long-term recession is unlikely.


Lean Drives Productivity Gains

New study shows that productivity gains in the past year can be directly traced to lean initiatives. Learn more


MOLD MAKING FOCUS
The Final Check

To err is human, but many costly mistakes can be easily avoided on the manufacturing shop floor.


DIE MAKING FOCUS
Thinking Green

"Green" manufacturing is good for the environment, and it surely can be good for suppliers and customers alike.


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