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Embracing Failure

We’re a nation of winners.  I get that. If you’re not first, you’re last.  I get that too. And failure is not an option.  Heck, I get that as well. In fact, I get it all.  As a country, if not an economic power, we Americans have a deep-rooted, if not pathological aversion to anything […]

The Speed of Change, or Why 3D Printing Might Already Be Yesterday News


Want to know why staying ahead of manufacturing trends is now not only critical these days, but utterly essential? Or want to know just one more reason why the manufacturing today is going to look nothing like the manufacturing many of us will be doing in as little as – oh, I don’t know – […]

Five Questions with James A. Cooke

I recently read and cited a fascinating piece in Supply Chain Quarterly about how seismic shifts in technology will fundamentally reinvent not only the makeup of America’s supply chain, but its geography. It opened my mind to a completely new way of envisioning domestic manufacturing and it got me thinking about a whole new set […]