We’re thrilled to introduce Yogi Rana, the latest addition to the Covalent team. In his role as Director of Product Strategy, he oversees the research and development of net new opportunities to expand our platform and add more value to customers.Read More
A collection of insights, interviews and analyses related to managing an industrial workforce, combatting the skills gap, and the future of work.
We’re thrilled to introduce Yogi Rana, the latest addition to the Covalent team. In his role as Director of Product Strategy, he oversees the research and development of net new opportunities to expand our platform and add more value to customers.
Take a look at our newest feature, My Actions, which helps users prioritize the most pressing training actions and accelerates time to productivity.
A well constructed manufacturing training matrix can provide benefits ranging from minimizing downtime to improving quality outcomes, but requires some important consideration during design, implementation and maintenance.
Turmoil in the market and rising inflation have the potential to impact manufacturing unit economics across the board. It’s at times like these where understanding business operations and the efficient use of assets can make a big difference. As it relates to managing a manufacturing workforce, plant leaders can get leverage out of better quantifying and then maximizing skill coverage. In this blog post, we discuss coverage optimization as a source of cost-savings : improved overtime management and decreased costs of poor quality (COPQ).
Building a well-structured and comprehensive training program is a challenging yet critical component of achieving operational success on the shop floor. No role is more central to the construction and execution of these programs than a manufacturing training manager. We've recently sat down with Mandy Björkland Galaxia, current Customer Success Manager at Covalent, who has extensive experience as a manufacturing training coordinator . We discussed how vital the training process is and the steps organizations can take to improve it.
Work experience is a key metric to consider when determining worker proficiency. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to incorporate this data into today's systems, if it is even considered at all. This matters more now than before because many manufacturing sites have a shortage of qualified workers and are constantly moving workers around the floor based on demand and what skills are available for that shift. In this blog post we discuss how Covalent can help your organization leverage work experience into the qualification process at your organization.