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Great Leaders Impact Many Stories

 At DISHER, we love stories. We tell stories in recognition of team members living out our mission and demonstrating our culture characteristics. We share stories of our accomplishments and a job well done. We communicate stories from our proudest moments and personal career journeys. During a DISHER Culture Tour, we tell the story of our organization and listen to other’s... Read More

The Art of Rejuvenation: Life is a Marathon not a Sprint

Dusk along the coast of Santorini on the Mediterranean Sea.   My wife and I had the privilege to rejuvenate by taking a vacation to Europe this summer. Like many of you, we heard how awesome Europe is with all of its history, food, entertainment, night life, and more. We planned a two-week adventure down to the hour. After four... Read More

5 Ways to Improve Your Next VA/VE Initiative

For those who may be unfamiliar, Value Analysis and Value Engineering (VA/VE) is a problem-solving methodology that uses two effective processes for optimizing the value of a product or service. What differentiates them is the point when they are applied in the product life-cycle process. Value Engineering is conducted before any significant financial investments (i.e. tooling, plant, or... Read More

3 Tips for Effective Problem Solving

The team at DISHER loves to problem solve. We take on many roles with clients where we put our hours of problem-solving training and experience to work. Some of our favorite structured methods include: Six Sigma, Shainen, KT, Practical Problem Solving, A3 problem solving, and 8D problem Solving. However, the complete list of problem-solving tools is endless. Each... Read More

Who had the Better 2017 Bowl Season– the Big Ten or SEC?

College football is here! During the very first game I channel surfed on (WY@NMST), the announcers were already discussing which conference was better this year - the Big Ten or SEC. It is always a spirited discussion. This year has to play out, but to provide some fodder for the discussion— let’s reflect back to last year’s bowl... Read More

3 Ways to Innovate Smarter and Faster

The pace of innovation can make your head spin. Just a little over a decade ago no one owned a smart phone. Only forty years ago—no one owned a computer. Today, over 60% of Americans are glued to some type of screen. Even colleges struggle to put together curriculums for careers that are coming. It’s hard to keep... Read More