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2020-2023 Editorial Advisory Board: Meet New Board Member Marion Wells

The 2020-2023 version of MoldMaking Technology's EAB features a new crew of 12 industry professionals. Here's one of them.
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MoldMaking Technology has always had an Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) comprising of people with expertise within their respective business, industry, technology and profession to help guide the direction of the brand’s content. We do this because you are the experts. The response to my call for new members for the 2020-2023 term was overwhelming but provided a stellar pool of candidates, from which I was able to put together a balanced board of moldmaking professionals across North America who represent various ages, genders, job functions, mold types and end markets. This column will introduce a new member each month.

Meet Marion Wells. Marion is a talent development consultant and partner in Human Asset Management (HAM), which offers services focused on talent development, organizational strategies, program management, and sales and marketing improvement for small to midsize manufacturers. HAM’s strategies result in manufacturing clients building and strengthening their talent pipeline, their organization and their customer relationships. Marion offers clients an incredible breadth and depth of experience using continuous improvement process tools to drive change in program management and sales and marketing.

Marion has been leading the charge in helping businesses future-proof their organizational culture to embrace the ongoing generational shift occurring in today's workforce, and that is why Marion is on MMT’s board. 

Marion works with companies that aspire to achieve significant organizational results through the development of their human capital. She has more than 20 years of business solution experience in manufacturing and the automotive industry, which gives her credibility, experience and understanding of how businesses function. She works with leaders who are committed to balancing the reality of industry and organizational challenges with the need to effectively lead others.

HAM addresses employees’ core competencies, current strengths and skill gaps to ensure they are better contributors, improve employee engagement and help organizations retain the best. All of this helps organizations understand who has what competencies and how to combine complementary strengths within a team to generate value. Marion also serves as a chair for West Michigan Tool & Die's Corporate Governance Committee and is a member of their Management team.

Marion has been leading the charge in helping businesses future-proof their organizational culture to embrace the ongoing generational shift occurring in today's workforce, and that is why Marion is on MMT’s board and that I continue to work with her workforce development projects, such as MMT’s informal mentorship pilot program.
 

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