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Smarter machines allow smarter manufacturing. An integrated Smart Safety solution provides all the data needed to create a comprehensive picture of the status of the machine or production line.

Smart manufacturing helps you: monitor machine health, increase uptime, improve manufacturing agility, increase safety and productivity and lower total cost of ownership.

Digital transformation acceleration is driving the demand for smart safety solutions, which are now an essential component of a manufacturer’s and processor’s operational resilience strategy, and a key enabler of achieving the productivity required to thrive in this new normal.

To meet this demand, Rockwell Automation has further enhanced its broad portfolio of smart safety solutions.

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Safety Automation Builder

The Safety Automation Builder software tool is now integrated with risk assessment software RASWin to help guide engineers through steps of the machinery safety lifecycle within one environment, providing documentation to show compliance with international standards.

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Five Steps to Improving Safety Maturity

Are you interested in improving your company's machine safety program? Whether your operations are based in one country or around the world, deploying an effective safety program that encompasses all of your plants, employees, machinery, standards and production goals is a substantial undertaking.

Even the most comprehensive safety program can experience head-scratching inconsistencies from plant to plant. Maybe one of your plants is consistently a top safety performer, but another is plagued with ongoing incidents. Perhaps your safety performance is strong across the board, but there are wild variations in safety-related machinery downtime.

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Safety and Risk Management in the Age of IIoT

The research presented in this eBook sheds new light on the business value of safety. It shows a clear association between the adoption of safety and risk management best practices and operational benefits. Key topics include:

  • Business drivers and strategic objectives of safety initiatives.
  • Adoption rates of safety and risk management people, process and technology capabilities in industrial organizations.
  • Safety and risk best practices most associated with operational benefits.
  • Action steps to help EHS business leaders communicate the strategic value of safety initiatives.

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2023 Digital Marketing Trends

Forget about business as usual. In 2023, marketers will need to decode the new rules of engagement brought on by groundbreaking new technologies and fresh platforms.

This free, bookmarkable report reveals:

  • The 10 biggest digital marketing trends that will impact marketers this year
  • Inspiration and a truckload of examples from real brands
  • Advice on how to tap into trends in a meaningful way that makes sense for your brand
  • Perspectives on when to jump on the bandwagon, and when not to blindly follow what’s trending
  • And much more

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The Marketer of 2023

Learn how marketing professionals from organizations like IKEA, Vela Software,, and Parents Plus are thinking about the tools, resources, and skills that will enable success in 2023.

You’ll learn about:

  • The current challenges marketers are facing
  • A look back at 2022: What worked? And what are the knowledge and resource gaps that need bridging?
  • The improvements organizations can make to ensure success in 2023

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Virtual Panel: Digital Marketing Trends 2023

What digital marketing trends should you look out for in 2023?

Watch this virtual panel where we discuss social media fatigue, ethical marketing, influencers and content creators, community engagement, and more!

We invited experienced marketing professionals from different organizations to discuss the hottest trends. Be ready to take notes as our panellists shared their thoughts, personal experiences, advice and predictions for the new year.

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Building a Culture of Recognition for a Distributed Team

One of the best tools to foster belonging and well-being is encouraging peer recognition. But recognition goes beyond acknowledging someone for a job well done; it involves building a culture where an individual’s value as a whole human is recognized.

Join us as we share insights and strategies that you can implement in your organization to build an impactful Culture of Recognition in a remote or distributed workplace.

What we will discuss:

  • What does an engaging Culture of Recognition look like? Why is it so important in a distributed workplace?
  • Recognizing the “Whole-Human” – moving beyond work-related recognitions
  • Tools and strategies for building a Culture of Recognition for a distributed team
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Employee Recognition and Rewards Playbook

Any business can improve recruitment and retention by utilizing the power of employee recognition and rewards.

In this playbook You’ll learn these crucial steps:

  • Understand the Importance of Employee Rewards and Recognition
  • Recognize the Link Between Employee Engagement and Company Profitability
  • Secure Support from Top Management
  • Learn from Companies with Successful Programs
  • Build a Rewards and Recognition Program Customized for Your Company’s Needs
  • Watch Your Employees Achieve their Goals as Productivity and Profits Increase
  • Track the Effectiveness of Your Program
  • Take Your Business to the Next Level of Success

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The Complete Guide to Company Core Values

Whether you’re on the HR team of a brand new company, have seen your organization go through a few evolutions since its inception or looking to build a rewards and recognition program, it might be time for you to go through the process of defining your company core values. Company core values can help to improve your company culture and result in stronger employee engagement.


  • Provide you with background information on core values and why they are so important to any and all organizations
  • Walk you through the process of defining your core values
  • Demonstrate how to successfully implement your core values to start seeing results

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The Complete 2023 PPM Software Buyers Guide for PMO’s

You may think that the best PPM software is the one that fulfills all 150 of your requirements. It’s not true; we have seen companies create a long list of requirements and select the solution that best fit those requirements only to go on to waste hundreds of thousands of dollars and scrapping it later because users did not like the solution. Usability and adoption are king.

In this guide we will give you some straight talk to help you consider the important factors when selecting portfolio management software including:

  • Organizational maturity
  • Usability (versus complexity)
  • Cost to implement (value gap)
  • Capabilities (to avoid unnecessary complexity)
  • Organizational change
  • Portfolio management expertise

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Project Management Software versus Project Portfolio Management Software

In terms of software, project management software is really focused on managing individual projects and can help communicate information about a specific project. Project management software is commonly used by Project Managers and the project team members. Portfolio management software though is focused on the entire portfolio of projects to give senior leaders holistic visibility of those projects. Portfolio management software helps senior leaders to make better strategic decisions.

Now that we have established the difference between project and portfolio management, let’s start looking at the differences between project management software and portfolio management software. Keep in mind that there are in fact some overlaps between project and portfolio management software.

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How to Effectively Prioritize Projects

Portfolio management is about maximizing organizational value delivery through programs and projects. In order to maximize value delivery, the governance teams that approve work and prioritize projects need to share a common view of “value” in order to select the most valuable work and assign the right resources to that work.

Understanding the relative “value” of each program and project in the portfolio is at the heart of portfolio management and determines what work is selected, how it is prioritized, where resources are allocated, etc. In order to select a winning portfolio, every governance team needs to share a common understanding of value; without it, you’ll fail to realize the full potential of your portfolio.

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Best Practices for Resource Capacity Planning

Resource capacity planning is one of the most commonly cited functions of project portfolio management. Senior leadership rightly wants to understand whether they have adequate resources to take on more project work and whether their existing work will get done on time. Most companies recognize the scarcity of resources to do project work and thereby look for portfolio capacity views to answer these two important questions:

  • When can we take on new projects?
  • Can we get our existing work done?

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Solutions at Work: Bechtel

Bechtel is a world-wide engineering and construction organization serving customers in a variety of industries from power, petroleum and chemical plants, to aviation services and the hotel industry. The equipment leasing arm of the company, Bechtel Equipment Operations Inc. (BEO), supplies all the tools and equipment needed to keep their global construction projects operating efficiently.

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