Pictures of the refrigerator completed and in use.
Michigan State University Build Test Track for Plants
Refinery machinery is being fitted with new sensors that constantly monitor conditions like vibration, chemistry changes and temperature. This information is being fed into smart software running on GE's Predix platform, which can analyze it to tell
Technology in American Drama, 1920-1950
Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.
This study explores the relationship between humans and machines during an age when technology became increasingly domesticated and accepted as an index to the American dream. The marriage between dramatic art and dramatic technology stems from the physical realities of staging and from the intimate connection of technology with human labor inside and outside the household. This book examines how American dramatists of the 1920s drew upon European Expressionism and innovative staging techniques to develop their characters and themes, and how later playwrights, such as Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller, established the American dramatic canon when technology had become a conventional and integral component of domestic life. "Technology in American Drama, 1920-1950," explores the...
One, stop telling people HOW to do things. Instead, use intent. Spend time carefully crafting your intent (essentially the what and why, also known as task & purpose) and share it regularly with your team. Let them determine the HOW. This allows you to confirm they will get to the desired destination (i. e. achieve your intent) while empowering them to think for themselves and solve their own problems. Let me offer a few things to help understand this concept. One, click here to see the article on how GE ran circles around their competitors in their high-end refrigerator line. Note especially the very clear use of intent in the 4th paragraph from the GE Appliances CEO. The rest is left to the team to make it happen. Secondly, here is a blog on“intent” with a great military example on the importance of the leader’s role in providing intent for the team: “Imagine your instructions are to storm a building, clear it of hostiles, then go secure the roof to make... You storm the building and then head up to the roof. But you follow orders and put your team in danger. Now imagine the same scenario, but add the intent of the commander. You are told to set up on the roof so you can watch the north road to ensure that no one comes in on it. Knowing this and then seeing the roof with zero cover, you can make the decision to head down one floor to a room with the windows facing north. From this room you can watch the road (achieve the intent of the order) and keep your team out of obvious sight from everyone in the area. ” Some great examples on the importance of intent. Your team must hear and understand your intent very clearly, allowing them to make their own decisions and think for themselves, all based on their understanding of what exactly you expect from them. Clearly defining Purpose, End State, and any Key Tasks (the 3 elements of intent) will help give people enough clarity on the outcome, while still being broad enough guidance to allow them to figure things out on their own. Maybe it is time for you, or your team members, to put a few tools like this in their leader tool box. I’d like to help. You can see information on this intense 3-day program -- HERE. Beginning with our upcoming program in LA (Downey, CA) at the end of the month, for which we have only a few remaining seats, we have plenty of opportunities for leaders to go to the next level.
Sour Cream Refrigerator Mashed Potatoes (butter, cream cheese, chives, paprika, potato, salt, sour cream)
Easy Refrigerator Pineapple Graham Dessert Squares (butter, pineapple, eggs, sugar, heavy cream)
Easy Refrigerator Lemon Cookies (baking soda, butter, flour, sugar, lemon zest, salt)
Refrigerator Rolls (eggs, flour, salt, shortening, sugar, water)
1000+ ideas about Monitor Top Refrigerators on Pinterest ...
1935 GE Monitor Top Refrigerator vintage print ad, ephemera, decor, small model shown too. etsy.com
ge monitor refrigerator | eBay
ge monitor refrigerator 62 listings ... New listing Antique Monitor top GE refrigerator original door seal gasket. $65.00; 0 bids; $84.50; Buy It Now; Free shipping;
Monitor Top Refrigerators | Flickr
This is a group to celebrate the GE Monitor Top refrigerators of the 1920s and 1930s. Photos of Monitor Top fridges are welcome here. Also welcome are vintage Monitor ...
1271: 1935 General Electric "Monitor Top" Refrigerator : Lot 1271
Image by www.liveauctioneers.com
... MONITOR TOP REFRIGERATOR | GENERAL ELECTRIC MONITOR TOP REFRIGERATOR
Image by generalelectricmonitortoprefrigeratoreag.wordpress.com
GE Monitor Top Refrigerator | Melville Trading Company
Image by www.melvilletradingcompany.com