Manufacturing is facing a skills gap. This is not new knowledge for those of us in the sector. We’ve all seen or heard about Deloitte’s report that predicts 4.6 million job openings will be available from 2018-2028, and only 2.2 million of those openings will be filled. At the same time, the skills gap continues to expand
In this episode of Mavens of Manufacturing, Meaghan Ziemba speaks with Onex president, Ashleigh Walters about how she implemented a coaching management style to turn the company’s finances around to be more successful. She will also be talking about her latest book: Leading with Grit & Grace.
On this episode of Mavens of Manufacturing, Meaghan Ziemba speaks with Winman’s Business Sales Executive Chelsie McMaster about ERP software and its importance for manufacturers.
On this episode of Mavens of Manufacturing, Meaghan Ziemba speaks with Penny Bauer, owner of Uniwest Enterprises, Inc., and how the skills gap is affecting her business in Rockford, IL.
This episode of Mavens of Manufacturing, Meaghan Ziemba sits down with supply chain manager of US Duct, Rosanna DeMario, to discuss the importance of women being involved in the manufacturing sector.
Karen Norheim of American Crane will be sharing her story with Meaghan Ziemba on this episode of Mavens of Manufacturing.
In this episode of Mavens of Manufacturing, Meaghan Ziemba speaks with Carrie Zethmayr, President and Partner of Zethmayr LLC. She is going to speak about how the U.S. can become more competitive in manufacturing in terms of labor and trade. She is also going to talk about women entrepreneurship and pandemic restructuring.
In this episode of Mavens of Manufacturing, Meaghan Ziemba sits down with Teresa Beach-Shelow, owner of Superior Joining Technologies in Machesney Park, IL. Teresa will discuss some of the main challenges she faced as an owner of a manufacturing company during the pandemic. She will also touch on the importance of certain organizations, such as
Lindsay Corneal, assistant director for the school of engineering at Grand Valley State in Allendale, MI, discusses the importance of mandatory co-op programs and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Women in Manufacturing™ is a more than 2600 member-strong national trade association committed to supporting, promoting and inspiring women who have selected careers in manufacturing. Allison believes associations like WiM, have the power to transform society for the better and that diversity makes organizations more successful and communities more fulfilling.