Posted By Jeff Moad, November 26, 2013 at 11:45 AM, in Category: Manufacturing Advocacy
As reshoring gains momentum and manufacturing employment slowly recovers, industry and policy leaders are asking, “What next steps should be taken to ensure that manufacturing continues to thrive as an engine of economic recovery and growth?”
In March, the Manufacturing Leadership Journal will address this question with an issue focusing on Manufacturing Advocacy. Manufacturing executives, leaders, experts, and academics are invited to contribute articles that explore what important steps that should be taken—from education reform to tax-policy changes—to enable manufacturing to thrive into the future.
Articles should be about 2,500 words, and the first-draft deadline is January 21.
The bi-monthly Manufacturing Leadership Journal is the print and online publication of the Manufacturing Leadership Community, a global group of manufacturing executives that promotes and enables bold ideas, powerful connections, and winning strategies.
Manufacturing leaders interested in contributing to the March issue of the Manufacturing Leadership Journal may send a brief abstract of their proposed article to email@example.com
Written by Jeff Moad
Jeff Moad is Research Director and Executive Editor with the Manufacturing Leadership Community. He also directs the Manufacturing Leadership Awards Program. Follow our LinkedIn Groups: Manufacturing Leadership Council and Manufacturing Leadership Summit