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Failure, Swords and Big Mistakes: IndustryWeek's Weekly Reads

April 28, 2023
Also, Nucor, Alcoa and Steel Dynamics share upbeat outlooks.

You can learn a lot from success; you also can learn a lot from failure. This week, IndustryWeek content shared lessons learned from both ends of the spectrum, and the IW manufacturing community was taking note. 

Join us in reviewing the Top 10 most-consumed content on IndustryWeek.com over the past seven days, plus two editor's choice selections. 

6 Important Business Lessons I Learned from Failure: Success breeds arrogance. Failure is the gift that keeps on giving.

Making Swords and Smokers with GE Appliances: Betting on creative freedom and microfactories to drive innovation in small appliances manufacturing.

The Big Disconnect: Technology vs. the Real-Life Workforce: Manufacturing can’t find enough qualified workers now, let alone for the future.

Tupperware Troubles, Tax Credit Tally and a Quality KPI: Also, how is Ukraine faring one year later?

US Manufacturing History Quiz: How Much Do You Know About the Milestones? Our 10-question quiz covers a few centuries of U.S. production.

‘Incredibly Resilient’ Construction Market Buoys Nucor Outlook, Alcoa and Steel Dynamics Also Upbeat: Orders rooted in various pieces of stimulus legislation are starting to come in, executives said.

Career Advice: My Biggest Mistake and What I Learned from It (Part 1): IndustryWeek's Talent Advisory Board answers April's question: What’s the biggest mistake you made early in your career, and what did you learn from that experience? Part 1 of 2.

EV Winners and Losers, Tax Credits Edition: The latest Treasury Department rules are out. Which electrified vehicles qualified for the $7,500 incentive under the Inflation Reduction Act, and which fell short?

Cleveland-Cliffs Sees Pricing Gains Take Hold: CEO Goncalves says the steel supplier is now in ‘a true relationship type of thing’ with auto OEMs.

Building at the Speed of Now: Manufacturers want their factories up and operating faster than ever. That’s a challenge.

Editor's Choice

Production Pulse: What's New in Additive Manufacturing: Desktop Metal Chief Technology Officer Jonah Myerberg joined IndustryWeek editors Robert Schoenberger and Dennis Scimeca to discuss the latest trends in metal 3D printing.

Top 10 Most Corrupt Countries of 2022: Since 2017, 95% of countries have made little to no progress fighting corruption, according to the CPI.

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