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ISA is Changing

ISA recently made some big news in automation training. One of ISA’s most important and popular courses—Fundamentals of Industrial Process Measurement & Control (FG05M)—is now available in a modular format. Instead of purchasing the entire course at once, you choose only the topic or “module” of online training content that meets your specific needs, budget, […]

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Shaping the Future of Our Profession and Association

In a few days, an event will take place in two American cities that will play an important role in encouraging high school students to pursue careers in engineering and automation. The 2017 FIRST® Championship – an annual celebration of young people’s passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) – will take place 19-22 […]

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ISA Needs to Change, but How?

As you’ll recall, I stated in my February post that ISA’s long-term value and success depend on our ability to embrace change and become:  more flexible, more adaptable, faster to market, and less reactive. So how do we move ahead and work to achieve these change goals? First of all, driving organizational changes begins at […]

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Building on ISA’s Financial and Operational Success

I’m honored to have the opportunity to serve as ISA President for 2017. ISA is an organization with a long and distinguished history of providing value to our members and to the automation community at large. I’ve benefitted greatly through my ISA membership and leadership experiences. In large part, that’s why I sought this opportunity. […]

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Putting the Pedal to the Metal

Since this will be my last column as Society President, I want to start by thanking you for all of your contributions to our profession and ISA as well as for your support over the past year. I also want to thank our volunteer leaders for their passion and dedication.  It is our volunteers who […]

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