October 16, 2015

In recent pieces, we’ve focused on driving continuous improvement and developing outside the box thinking across your organization. Both are rooted in great ideas, the best of which tend to flow when you encourage creative thought.

That can be easier said than done. Not everyone is able to channel or express their great ideas as easily as others, even though every member of your team has something valuable to contribute. That doesn’t mean that they don’t want to contribute and feel like a part of the process, though. That comes down to your company management, training, and creating an atmosphere that motivates everyone to offer their opinion.

Even when you feel like you have a lot of creative individuals in your midst, it’s worth taking the time to expand the idea pool as wide as you can take it. A few simple ideas can help you to do that, as well as giving a broader perspective on ways to improve an organization. Continue reading 3 Quick Tips to Encourage Creative Thought

June 4, 2014

Capacity LLC’s Director of Assembly Emily Siegert talks about how assembly is the key to a smoothly functioning supply chain and logistics system.

Emily explains how her team’s function is “greasing the wheels” of the operation, as well as some of the key elements of maintaining an efficient assembly line. These include:

  • cello wrapping,
  • shrink wrapping and shrink banding,
  • kitting and gift boxes,
  • component assembly,
  • custom order assembly,
  • inventory coordination,
  • over-labeling and product relabeling,
  • allocating suitable staff resources.,
  • and implementing employee efficiency suggestions.

Learn more about our company and team experience here.