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Regardless of the focus of your Tennessee business, UT CIS offers relevant and informative consulting and networking services to benefit your bottom line.

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UT CIS courses are available throughout the state. View our course schedule to see which will be available near you over the next several months.

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Whether you want to improve productivity on the plant floor, comply with safety or environmental regulations, navigate the federal procurement process, introduce a new product, or improve your economic development potential, the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services has the expertise to help you succeed.

How Can Our Team Help?

The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services provides consulting solutions to help companies improve and grow. The UT CIS philosophy is to assess the company needs and provide only services that are value added. We utilize the most experienced consultants and most recent technologies. Resources with industry experience and University professors are available through the coordination of CIS Solutions Consultants as needed.

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Recent Posts

Make the Most of Your Relationships

In order to remain competitive in today’s global economy and prepare for the upcoming challenges from the increasingly complex marketplace, Tennessee manufacturers must not only pay attention to the demands of today, but must…

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Getting Your Share of the Labor Pool

UT CIS Workforce Status Review Shows You How By Tim Waldo, CIS workforce development specialist There are five challenges that virtually all manufacturers must deal with when it comes to finding the right workers: the skills…

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Wait...Have We Forgotten Someone?

Published originally on Tim Waldo's LinkedIn page By Tim Waldo, Workforce Development Specialist The Boomers are leaving! The Boomers are leaving! And, the Millennials are not coming to take their places! We hear these warnings…

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Lean for Success: Going Beyond the Tools

Achieve Sustainable Continuous Improvement in Your Organization By Dan Brown, independent consultant, UT CIS There are very few companies who have not dabbled in Lean since 1990, the year that “The Machine that Changed the…

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I See What You're Saying...Maybe

Originally posted on Workforce Development Specialist Tim Waldo's LinkedIn page. We can’t find people with basic soft skills! This seems to be among the top three challenges regularly reported by manufacturers everywhere. By…

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Economic Development Practitioners Complete UT Training Course

More than 50 economic development professionals from Tennessee and 10 other states graduated from the 12th annual Tennessee Basic Economic Development Course (TBEDC) on May 10 in Nashville. This week-long course is one of 10…

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