People, Not Products, Are Most Essential

New perspectives are meant to challenge current perspectives and, as Harvard Business Review says, in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on supply chains, sourcing strategies, management, and the way

Buckeyes & Aviation are Unstoppable

Right off interstate I-75, in the unassuming Ohio town of Wapakoneta, a beacon of aviation sits. It draws people from across the globe and impresses the most seasoned of travelers

July is a Cybercriminal’s Holiday

Malware is defined as “software that is specifically designed to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorized access to a computer system.” You’ve likely seen, heard, or experienced malware in the form

Millennials & Manufacturing

When it comes to manufacturing these days, the spotlight is often on those preparing to graduate from high school. How can we attract young people to manufacturing? How can we