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Welcome to IPC Global Insight Executive Briefing
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This monthly e-newsletter provides business leaders like yourself quick access to information that will help in "furthering the competitive excellence and financial success" of your organization.
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IPC study finds evidence of labor shortage in North American electronics industry
IPC
According to the study, 72 percent of manufacturers believe there is a labor shortage, and two-thirds had difficulty in recruiting production workers and engineers in the past two years.
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IPC International Technology Roadmap — An essential resource for executives, technologists and strategic planners
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IPC’s International Technology Roadmap is a necessity for any organization striving for longevity in the marketplace. The Roadmap focuses on operations, staffing, equipment and training.
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Validation Services prepares for new certification programs
IPC
Validation Services is a growing sector of what IPC offers to the electronics industry. As this service grows, IPC will continue to create more opportunities for organizations to earn certifications.
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2015 Global Policy Framework paves way for IPC IMPACT 2015
IPC
IPC’s Global Policy Framework and IMPACT 2015 events are aimed at promoting an advanced manufacturing economy that supports the entire electronics supply chain.
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Why don't things get done around here?
By Anne Rose
Is this a familiar lament in your office? These "things" can range from the mundane, like cleaning the dishes in the break room, to more strategic things, like a website overhaul or marketing campaign. Here are some reasons why "things" are left undone, along with some suggestions on how to fix them.
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Empathy is key to a great meeting
Harvard Business Review
Yes, we all hate meetings. Yes, they are usually a waste of time. And yes, they’re here to stay. So it’s your responsibility as a leader to make them better. This doesn’t mean just make them shorter, more efficient, more organized. People need to enjoy them and, dare I say it, have fun.
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4 business decision-making mistakes are holding you back
Fast Company
Throughout history, how many of the most innovative companies have won by playing it safe, never taking risks and never adapting? The answer is none. Yet in the business world, many companies continue to operate as they have for decades, playing it safe by ignoring changes in technology and expecting to achieve victory.
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How new leaders can keep their nerve and avoid distractions
Forbes
Countless books and articles have been written about what might be termed “the grander aspects” of leadership — the need to have a vision, the ability to decide on and execute a strategy, the importance of communication, the crucial role of motivation and such like — but rather less attention is paid to the “nuts and bolts” of being a leader.
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4 tips on how to grow leaders within an organization
By Betty Boyd
Growing leaders within an organization is a great opportunity, but leadership is not developed overnight. It takes a long, steady process of coaching, mentoring and giving people a chance to excel. Current leaders must step up and mold the future of the organization. Here are four tips to better help grow leaders within your organization.
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Are your managers having the right conversations?
CEO
Wishing your employees were a little more engaged, energized and productive? The good news is you may not have to spend a lot of additional time or money to improve these results. Research suggests you simply need to start paying more attention to the conversations your managers are having with your employees.
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Innovating through collaboration, not competition
Inc.
In my last post about preparing for leadership in the year 2020, I talked about shifting your culture's mindset from "jobs" to "callings" and tapping into purpose to energize, fuel and bring out the best thinking and intrinsic motivation in your employees. I also mentioned that part of the secret sauce to building a meaningful highly energized team and organization is to tap into the mindset of collaboration vs. competition.
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