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Automation Provides Opportunities for Skilled Workers
Before I discuss automation benefits, let me clarify that I understand automation will change and eliminate jobs in all industry segments. Those jobs are held by people who take pride in what they do. Those jobs pay the bills, allowing people to raise their families and make a living. And now automation is threatening some of those jobs. It's not surprising that people fear automation.
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Understanding how people process feedback can help managers deliver their comments in a more constructive way. The SARAH acronym, which describes the emotional stages one goes through when receiving negative feedback, can be a useful tool.
One concern I often hear when talking to our customers is how they can better work preventative maintenance (PM) and predictive maintenance (PdM) into their operations without creating a lot of machine downtime. Normally, I have a pretty simple answer for that—schedule your PdM and PM into your everyday operating procedures.
Managing a manufacturing business on a day-to-day basis can be taxing, and it's easy to become consumed with daily hands-on items, forgetting the big picture. Here are some tips to help your manufacturing company evolve and grow.

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