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Posted on December 12th, 2016 by Stephen Toton in Chemical R&D
Many corporations continue to organize their business units into global organizations to meet the needs of growing economies in many regions. Continue reading “Organizing R&D Organizations for Success” »
Posted on October 31st, 2016 by Chris Walker in Chemical R&D
It’s not difficult to notice the gender imbalance in the chemical engineering industry, nor in fact, in the engineering industry in general. While studying at University, and in every company I’ve come into contact with since, the female engineers I’ve worked with have definitely been in the minority. Continue reading “Flexibility to Address Imbalance in The Workplace” »
Posted on October 24th, 2016 by Chris Walker in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
Over the last couple of articles, we’ve been delving into what motivates us in the workplace. According to Dan Pink, intrinsic motivators can be much more powerful than extrinsic factors like financial rewards. Continue reading “Mastery as a Motivator” »