By Jane Sutter Did you know that there is a worldwide shortage of workers for the optics industry? Monroe Community College is helping to fill that gap with its training programs. At its March luncheon meeting at El Sauza restaurant, members of the Rochester Hispanic Business Association learned about what MCC offers from Alexis Vogt, endowed chair and associate professor … [Read more...] about Optics is hot topic at March 2018 business luncheon
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The association wanted a venue where its members could interact frequently with business leaders and politicians, and at the same time increase the visibility of Hispanic-owned business. After discussing a number of ideas, the Monthly Business Lunch Series was born: A meeting on the third Tuesday of the month, except on September and December, at a Hispanic owned restaurant … [Read more...] about RHBA Monthly Business Lunches
Watkins Glen, NY – Juan Pablo Montoya is one of many South American racing greats who have made their presence known in South America, Europe, Asia and in the USA. … [Read more...] about Interview With Colombian Racing Champion Juan Pablo Montoya
Guest Writer: Grace Tillinghast Much has been written about people that accomplish goals and stay motivated. People who start with an idea and create a business. Small businesses that turn into big enterprises. They are the ones who succeed because they share certain traits not common to others. Robert Sternberg, a psychologist, studied the way people get things done when … [Read more...] about Traits of the “Get It Done” Personality
By guest writer Carlos Pérez - Galica LLC A term coined by MIT researchers in the 1980’s to describe the way the Toyota Motor Company operated, Lean has become synonymous with a set of process improvement tools modeled after the Toyota Production System (TPS). Sometimes Lean is also referred to as Lean Six Sigma; it is commonly defined as a set of tools and techniques … [Read more...] about What is Lean?