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March 2016

By Automation Alley Staff | Automation Alley | 3/1/2016
Dr. Virinder Moudgil, president and CEO of Lawrence Technological University, explains the value of an Automation Alley membership. 
By Kenneth Meyer | Eastern Michigan University | 3/2/2016
Personality assessments are gaining popularity in the workplace as a way to help find the best role for employees within an organization and to improve communication among teams. Many such assessments are available, but the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, or MBTI, is among the most popular for business.
By Ed Potoczak | IQMS | 3/9/2016
When these three values are what your company is known for, it is easier to recruit and develop talent, win new customers, and keep the ones you want.
By Ken Rogers | Automation Alley | 3/16/2016
Successful businesses leaders know the value of building a great team — and keeping them happy. Here, Automation Alley’s Executive Director Ken Rogers serves up 10 tips for assembling, motivating and empowering employees. “On a day-to-day basis, the goal is always ‘team,’” he says. “A quality team will allow your business to flourish.”
By Karol Friedman | Automation Alley | 3/23/2016
Michigan’s workforce has time and time again proven its ability to innovate and adapt. Filling the manufacturing skills gap is no easy task, but by working together, we can get that much closer.
By Tom Kelly | Automation Alley | 3/30/2016
Starting a business is no easy feat. It’s a costly and time consuming endeavor that requires entrepreneurs to be deliberate about how they manage their time and money. Here are five easy time hacks to help you increase your productivity at little to no cost. 

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