A great way to learn how to adapt your business to changing new times is to borrow ideas shamelessly from others. Here’s a link I wanted to share regarding ideas being implemented elsewhere around the US.
The article is from the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (the guys who maintain the Atomic Clock and are the Go To guys for precise calibration of measurement standards). The MEP supports Insyte Consulting in its mission to build the Western New York economy by helping small manufacturing and technology companies grow and thrive.
Bob Kosobucki, P.E. – Consultant, Insyte Consulting
Bob Kosobucki, a member of the Insyte team since 2003, specializes in helping companies strategize, plan and implement revenue growth. His experience includes VP positions in domestic and international sales and marketing, business unit management, engineering and operations with private, public and start-up companies in Silicon Valley, Austin, Dallas and Rochester. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and earned a BSEE from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.