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Matthew Autterson Tries to Help CNS Bioscience

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Matthew Autterson knows a lot about the medical field and being a CEO in that type of environment. He knows there are things he’ll have to do to try and bring attention to different areas. Because of the right way to do things, Matthew Autterson knows what he’s going to… Read more »

Matthew Autterson Made Choices to Help Bring CNS Bioscience Back

Even though CNS Bioscience never really suffered because they were always trying to make sure they were catering to the customers they had, they knew there were some things they’d have to do if they were going to be successful in different areas. The company remained committed to trying to… Read more »

Greg Aziz: Improving Perfection

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Anyone who knows anything about engineering or manufacturing knows it’s a difficult industry. There’s always something new just around the corner that’s going to cause nothing but problems. Manufacturers don’t have to worry so much, but engineers have to solve those problems. Being an engineer requires someone that’s able to… Read more »

Robert Thinkoll’s Unique Lean-Thinking Leadership

Robert Thinkoll is the Vice President of Global Operational Excellence for Ingersoll Rand. Ingersoll Rand is an Irish global manufacturing company that has been in business since 1905 and is headquartered in Davidson, North Carolina. However, it got its true start in 1871 as a mining drill company named Ingersoll… Read more »

Siteline Cabinetry Is Helping to Transform Homes

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In 2015, Siteline Cabinetry was introduced into the market by Corsi Group. Since that time, they’ve managed to transform countless home specifically to their clients needs. This company is growing quickly and could soon become one of the largest cabinet companies in the US. Much of the success that Siteline… Read more »