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    What are the top eight jobs projected to be great ones to target in the current economic climate? - Logistician - Cost Estimator - Industrial Engineer - Actuary - Statistician - Information Security Analyst - Registered Nurse - Medical ...

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    Have you been catching our Member Spotlights? Check out the latest on IISE student member @Edmond Palanda https://www.iise.org/Details.aspx?id=50559 . More to come. If you'd like to contribute, send your member spotlight suggestions to me at freddy@iise.org ...

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    Work time measurement, a fundamental building block of industrial and systems engineering, is being revitalized by new technologies and capabilities that make timely data collection more granular and accessible and can be used to improve and measure business ...

  • ICYMI: Kaiwen Cheng's recent Connect discussion post: " ISE's place in this and post pandemic world." Cross-posting in the Crisis Resource Community for info and comment: COVID-19 has created many challenges and the low contact world ...

Recent Blogs

  • Posted in: Applied Ergonomics Society - (AES)

    Our feet do the grunt work by supporting our entire bodies every day. They carry us from place to place, from infancy through adulthood, covering upwards of 100,000 miles in our lifetime ( Moonwalkers.com ). During a normal work day, depending upon the work you perform, the average steps you take can be as little as 6,600 and as high as 22,800. An office worker averages 7,500 steps per day while a waiter / waitress tops the list at nearly 23,000. Nurses, retail workers, farmers, teachers and ...

  • Posted in: IISE Members

    We've all seen mistakes in online content, whether due to spelling or grammar. These errors detract from the professional image the content is intended to convey. The true hazard is when these mistakes occur in IT, introducing critical errors and affecting the actual function behind the scenes in the software and IT infrastructure on which modern business runs. Here are a few tips for mistake-proofing your IT systems.   When one database references an employee as ID number 123456 and a different ...

  • Posted in: IISE Members

    This article originally appeared in my column with Liberty Island Magazine . Have you ever used a self-serve kiosk? Perhaps you checked out with your groceries to save time. Or you waved your RFID pass to roll on into the carwash without waiting in line to get change for a $10 bill. In either case, technology has enabled self-service, a fancy term for “you do the work.” No matter what you may call it, the term “ shadow work ” coined by Craig Lambert applies. Shadow work is worked pushed from ...


  • IISE/Rockwell Undergraduate Student Simulation Competition

    IISE/Rockwell Undergraduate Student Simulation Competition Fall session entries now being accepted.   Encourage a team of three undergraduate students to solve a “real-world” situational case study using Rockwell Software’s Arena simulation software. Your team could win the first place prize of $5,000.   Each team will have approximately eight weeks to develop its solution for preliminary judging. Three teams will be chosen to compete in the finals in New Orleans, La. at the IISE ...
  • Livestream SSGB course: Aug. 10-21

    SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT LIVESTREAM (10 DAYS, 2 HOURS PER DAY) 10 Days | 2.1 CEUs Aug. 10-21 IISE Training Center
  • Free Webinar on 7/23 - COVID-19: Supply Chain Wake-up Call

    COVID-19: A Wake-Up Call for Supply Chain Professionals Presented by Chapter #1 - OPEN TO ALL July 23, 11 a.m. Eastern time Presenters: Mike Sherwin, University of Pittsburgh and Jon Carmona, The Poirier Group Sponsored by Xcentric Mold & Engineering


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