Why Change?

Why Change?

We all know that organizations these days face changes like never before. Globalization, breakneck technological innovation, ...

What Cost Safety?

We’ve all done it. Either in a rush, under pressure, or trying to save money, we’ve gambled with our safety. Opti...

Green is Good

It’s the week before Easter, but outside my window there are still patches of snow on the ground. To which I say, enoug...

Confident/Somewhat Confident

The good news from this year’s confidence report is that the laboratory industry, by and large, is moving in the right ...

More New Year's Resolutions

Perhaps you’ve made your usual New Year’s resolutions: Get to the gym more often, be a better friend, eat more fr...

Editor's Note : Boasting for Dollars

In many quarters, bragging about oneself or one’s accomplishments is considered bad form. Modesty and humility are the ...

Great Expectations

In this month’s cover story, author John Borchardt describes the changes that have taken place since 2008 in priorities...

If you can’t beat them, join them

While the need for trans-global collaboration was obvious in 1991, the reluctance of the scientific community to embrace the ...

Opposite Ends of the Earth

Last month we provided important and practical information about project management techniques and their usefulness in labora...

Managing Projects

According to PMI (the Project Management Institute), project management is the application of knowledge, skills and technique...

Yes, There Is an App for That

Some expect the mobile apps market to quadruple over the next four years, from $6.8 billion to $25 billion. Others forecast r...