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M3C Earns Annual ICC-ES Certification
November 16, 2023
M3 Components (M3C) has secured its annual International Code Council Evaluation Services (ICC-ES certification) for cold-formed steel products. This accolade underscores the company’s commitment to continuous optimization of manufacturing, meticulous supply chain management, and adherence to rigorous quality standards. The certification allows M3C to produce code compliant cold-formed steel (CFS) products utilizing the Howick FRAMA 7600 […]Continue Reading
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5 Ways to Inspire Continuous Improvement
Inspiring teams is a management skill that can be difficult to master, especially when you’re working with a diverse group of skill sets both in the field and off-site. A machine cannot run with just pistons, belts, or gears alone. For maximum effectiveness, an array of calibrated parts is needed.
Continuous improvement goes beyond simply implementing Lean tools such as vPlanner, A3’s, or Pull Planning. There must also be a culture shift from “the way we have always done things” to collective collaboration and dedication to innovation. Read on to learn five ways you can INSPIRE your teams to lead innovative change and continuous improvement.
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