From MIT Sloan Management Review

Companies will effectively navigate the challenges posed by digital disruption if they look at them as organizational and managerial problems, rather than technical ones. READ MORE

From Fast Company

Being a good facilitator isn’t the same as knowing how to manage people or run a meeting. It all comes down to understanding the tools–and structure–that help people collaborate. READ MORE


Advanced Cable Ties is proud to announce the release of a comprehensive full-line catalog to support our distributor growth efforts. This 35-page product bulletin highlights updated, easy-to-read product specifications and recent new product introductions including:

Nylon 12 Solar products
Heavy Duty Screw Mounts
Patented Cable Tie Removal Tools

Also featured in the new catalog is an updated color selection including 14 different colors in 7 different sizes. Advanced Cable Ties is known globally for the vibrancy and consistency of all available colors.
  
While we are pleased to present this update, we are committed to continued product expansion to support the growing demand for Advanced Cable Ties products. Our new product introduction schedule is filling in quickly. In the coming weeks, you will receive additional announcements of product innovations.

2017 was an extraordinary success for Advanced Cable Ties and 2018 is already shaping up to be another record-setting year. We appreciate your continued support and we value our long-standing partnerships and the new friends we make along the way.

To receive your copy of our new catalog, please contact customer service or your local sales representative.

Established in 1994, Advanced Cable Ties, Inc. is a privately owned, leading, full-line manufacturer of cable ties and wiring accessories proudly made in the USA.

From Inc.

To grow your business exponentially, take a step back to devise a strategy to make a bigger impact more quickly. READ MORE

From Business.com

Own a small business and manage your own finances? The process can be daunting and complicated, but there are ways you can make it easier. READ MORE

From Harvard Business Review

Despite the billions of dollars companies spend on employee training, research shows that workers are unconsciously incompetent in 20% to 40% of areas critical to their performance. How can you teach people skills and knowledge they don’t know they lack? By redesigning corporate learning programs so they are adaptive and force users to admit when they’re guessing, and by encouraging a culture of continuous improvement, in which mistakes or lack of confidence is acknowledged and openly discussed. READ MORE

From Entrepreneur

To succeed, a small business has to leverage every resource it has available. READ MORE

As 2017 winds down, interest and activity related to the annual SEC conflict minerals filings is heating up. Here is a short reality check for what you should be thinking and doing. READ MORE

A Message From Beacon Fasteners

Beacon Fasteners and Components is excited to announce that they have successfully completed the transition from the ISO 9001:2008 to the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System. Beacon’s drive and support from management and their operational staff paved the way to this achievement one year before the deadline.

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From Entrepreneur

It's a good time to reflect on your business' progress and plan how you want to grow your business in the new year. READ MORE

From Harvard Business Review

Overwork and burnout are rampant problems, and companies don’t really have solutions for them. That means it’s up to all of us to figure out how to take care of ourselves while still doing great work. READ MORE

From Business 2 Community

What is it like starting and growing a business in a time of technological disruption, changing social conditions, and shifting economic priorities? Exciting, vital, dynamic, and thrilling, in one perspective. Others take a bleaker view of the prospect. READ MORE

A Message From the California Metals Coalition

Tis the season for the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to show its impatience and propose another overreaching new rule.

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SPIROL is pleased to introduce a high performance line of Molded-in Inserts for Plastics manufactured from aluminum. The robust design of the Series 60 Blind-End and Series 61 Through-Hole Inserts consists of axial grooves to maximize torque

resistance, balanced with radial undercuts to achieve high-pull out force. These Molded-in Inserts are designed to be placed in the mold cavity prior to plastic injection, and offer exceptional performance due to unrestricted plastic flow into the retention features on the outside diameter of the Inserts.


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A Message From Sherex

We are pleased to announce that we have received QSLM approval (Qualified Suppliers List for Manufacturers) from the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency for our NAS/MS rivet nuts produced in our Akron, OH facility. Manufacturers who gain this approval must satisfy stringent quality requirements, including: having a documented quality control program, maintaining lot identity through the manufacturing process, and using Statistical Process Control (SPC) on an ongoing basis.

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A Message From EFC International

EFC International Continues To “Redefine The World Of Distribution” By Launching A New Website Focused On Providing An Unparalleled Customer Experience.

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From Inc.

Everyone wants to innovate, but they often get stuck finding a framework and toolset to innovate with. The secret? Focus on mindset first. READ MORE

From Harvard Business Review

Everyone wants innovation in their organization; it drives growth and revenues, promotes cultural change, and moves society forward. But getting a new innovation implemented can prove a challenge, especially with politics in play that encourage people to supporting the status quo over disruptive innovations. READ MORE

From Entrepreneur

The Rolls-Royce brand is synonymous with top-of-the-line engineering -- but that’s not the only secret to its success. Neil Crockett, chief digital officer at Rolls-Royce, recently revealed to U.K. newspaper The Telegraph that shared team goals are driving innovation at the company. READ MORE