Just as Covid-19 jolted supply chains, it also disrupted how we communicate.
We must retain our new agility even after the pandemic ends.
Nothing makes you flexible like a crisis. Yet, as rough as it can be for a person to quickly shift gears, it is significantly more daunting for a corporation to do so.
It’s time to work with your employees toward reopening our doors to the world.
Working from home brings many Covid epiphanies.
Motivated by fear, businesses are valuing creativity as never before.
Over the past 60 to 90 days, I am sure I have heard the term “the new normal” at least a thousand times. Before Covid-19 has run its terrible course, I fully expect to hear it at least a zillion more. But what exactly is “the new normal?”
Valued IMI Customers
We are all experiencing unprecedented times dealing with the COVID-19 virus and the concerns and uncertainty that it presents. First and foremost, we hope that everyone is safe and remains virus free. To those who contract the virus your thoughts are with us.
HAVERHILL, Mass., March 18, 2020 – IMI, Inc., the Massachusetts based printed circuit board fabricator announced that after a comprehensive third-party audit, it has received a letter of assurance confirming it has satisfactory controls in place to meet the cybersecurity requirements of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204- 7012 and the National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication (NIST SP) 800-171A.
Disaster planning should be part and parcel of our business toolkit.
With only two months of the year behind us, it may be prudent to take any and all business plans you had and rip them up.
SAN DIEGO — IPC presented Committee Leadership, Special Recognition and Distinguished Committee Service Awards at IPC Apex Expo. The awards were presented to individuals who made significant contributions to IPC and the industry by lending their time and expertise through IPC committee service.
The technologies that succeed will likely be variations on our current ones.
A new year is always exciting. Thoughts of embarking on new initiatives provide opportunity and inspire everyone to dream big and make them happen. When the new year happens to coincide with a new decade – in this case, the ’20s, or as some of my business colleagues are calling it, “the roaring ’20s” – one can’t help but dream extra big and forecast events that should or could impact our industry in the decade ahead.