Part 1 & Part 2 Humility Leaders cannot lead from a tower.  They need to get down and put their boots on the ground. They need to get the best information possible to help them make decisions.  Good information can come from anybody.  If there is a problem with a manufacturing line and an engineer…

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Justin Grammens and his family

Co-founder Justin Grammens shares a little bit about himself for our featured employee: favorite books, role models, and exciting new technologies

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Game Theory

An Introductory Course on Game Theory After listening to enough Freakonomics and other podcasts I figured it would be interesting to learn a little more about Game Theory.  Plus I couldn’t find any free beer sommelier classes. Introduction to Game Theory or Never Go Against a Sicilian When DEATH is on the Line! After hearing…

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There are 168 hours in a week and you feel as though you’re always busy. Try as you may, you can’t add any hours to a week unless it’s daylight savings and even then you have to pay that back later in the year. What are your options to redeem the time? Quit your job…

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Currently, CWI’s rely on manual measurements and hand calculations – which is both time consuming and error-prone.

Our customer travels the world as a commercial welder and saw an opportunity to improve the reliability and efficiency of welding inspection – by automating the process.

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