Managing Director of DCMME and GSCMI
The DCMME Center
Dean Hummels with Steve Dunlop discuss the DCMME Center
What Works to Retain Staff: Purdue study finds commonalities in Indiana manufacturers with low turnover
For the past three years, DCMME (Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises) at Purdue University have been surveying human resources managers at manufacturing companies in the 10-county area around Purdue. Eighty-three percent of more than 100 surveyed companies reported staff turnover as their leading concern. The most common figure for staff turnover is 40% per year, with most in shop-floor, hourly paid jobs.
- Industry leaders to discuss pandemic supply chain issues at virtual conference
Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management will conduct a virtual conference February 19 titled “Supply Chain Resilience in the COVID Age.” Industry leaders, faculty, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend the conference, which is sponsored by the Global Supply Chain Management Initiative.
- WHIN, Purdue lead the way into the future of digital agriculture and next-generation manufacturing
Can you picture a Silicon Valley … in Indiana? Within the next five years, north-central Indiana is aiming to make its mark as a developing global epicenter, technologically revolutionizing agriculture and manufacturing. Community leaders and local economic developers are collaborating with Purdue University and the Krannert School to advance the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN), a consortium of 10 counties in north-central Indiana that already is leading the state in agriculture and manufacturing.
- Industry leaders to discuss ethical supply chain at global conference
Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management will bring industry leaders to campus Friday (Feb. 15) for the spring 2019 Global Supply Chain Management Initiative (GSCMI) Conference, to be held in the Purdue Memorial Union. The theme of this year’s conference is “Ethical Global Supply Chain.” Industry leaders, faculty, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend.
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