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Rockwell Automation
20 июня, 17:01

Rockwell Automation Hits 52-Week High on Solid Prospects

Rockwell Automation (ROK) crafted a 52-week high of $165.39 on Jun 19.

14 июня, 16:02

ManpowerGroup Collaborates with Rockwell to Train Veterans

ManpowerGroup Inc. (MAN) recently collaborated with Rockwell Automation Inc. (ROK) to train 1,000 military veterans for advanced manufacturing jobs.

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06 июня, 00:39

Top Analyst Reports for ExxonMobil, JPMorgan, Intel and MasterCard

Top Analyst Reports for ExxonMobil, JPMorgan, Intel and MasterCard

01 июня, 16:43

Rockwell Automation (ROK) to Deliver IoT Platform to Metso

Rockwell Automation Inc. (ROK) has been selected by Metso to deliver a global industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform.

30 мая, 15:21

Will Caterpillar (CAT) be Able to Sustain Positive Growth?

On May 29, we issued an updated research report on the mining and equipment behemoth, Caterpillar Inc. (CAT).

25 мая, 14:45

Apple Settles With Nokia As Qualcomm Dispute Escalates

Apple (AAPL) has agreed to pay Nokia (NOK) an undisclosed amount as back payment and license its standard essential patents for the future to settle all legal disputes between the two.

24 мая, 19:01

Rockwell posts strong sales gain

SALES of automation products provider Rockwell Automation have “surged by double-digit annual growth” in China since October as the company tapped the automation trend in the country’s food and beverage,

18 мая, 17:08

7 Reasons to Add Rockwell Automation to Your Portfolio Now

Rockwell Automation (ROK) is poised to gain from positive estimate revisions and outlook.

16 мая, 13:34

Bull of the Day: Rockwell Automation (ROK)

Bull of the Day: Rockwell Automation (ROK)

11 мая, 16:30

Zacks.com featured highlights: Teradyne, , Rockwell Automation, Raymond James Financial, Western Digital and Microchip Technology

Zacks.com featured highlights: Teradyne, , Rockwell Automation, Raymond James Financial, Western Digital and Microchip Technology

10 мая, 15:08

5 Stocks with Impressive Sales Growth Worth Buying Right Now

Sales growth is crucial to justify the fixed and variable expenses incurred to operate a business.

08 мая, 14:15

Industrial battle

Daniel Loeb may be spinning his Honeywell International story a bit too far. The activist investor wants the $100 billion conglomerate to hive off its aerospace unit. That could be

01 мая, 16:53

Is Rockwell Automation (ROK) Stock a Solid Choice Right Now?

Rockwell Automation (ROK) looks like an interesting choice for investors, as it is seeing solid estimate revisions and belongs to a great industry.

26 апреля, 17:47

Rockwell Automation (ROK) Beats on Q2 Earnings, View Up

Rockwell Automation, Inc.'s (ROK) second quarter fiscal 2017 adjusted earnings per share beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate.

26 апреля, 14:16

Rockwell Automation (ROK) Q2 Earnings, Sales Beat Estimates

Rockwell Automation Inc.'s (ROK) fiscal 2017 second quarter earnings, revenues both beat the respective Zacks Consensus Estimates.

25 апреля, 15:59

Machinery Stocks to Post Earnings on Apr 26: KMT, ROK & IR

Kennametal Inc. (KMT), Rockwell Automation Inc. (ROK) and Ingersoll-Rand Plc (IR) are slated to report quarterly earnings on Apr 26.

18 апреля, 16:30

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Kennametal, Rockwell Automation, Parker-Hannifin, Lincoln Electric Holdings and Hillenbrand

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Kennametal, Rockwell Automation, Parker-Hannifin, Lincoln Electric Holdings and Hillenbrand

17 апреля, 23:37

Industrial Machinery Stock Outlook - April 2017

Industrial Machinery Stock Outlook - April 2017

24 марта, 03:21

The Three Things Best-In-Class Companies Are Doing Today To Advance Women

During the past month, I have been fortunate to attend a number of events focused on breakthrough initiatives companies are implementing to advance women. The first was the 2017 Colloquium on Global Diversity with 50 major multinational companies, the second was the 2017 Catalyst Awards Conference and Dinner where 3M and Rockwell Automation were honored for their work in advancing women; the third was a gathering of 1200 women and men at a major pharma company with the CEO kicking off International Women’s Day to an additional global audience of 22,000, and the fourth was with 700 amazing women in the wine and spirits industry in Napa Valley for the Annual Women of the Vine and Spirits Global Symposium. From these events, three major themes kept recurring as critical to accelerating their women’s leadership advancement strategy. The three things are: 1) Treat your women’s leadership initiative as a change initiative rather than a program or policy change policy. This means total enterprise engagement. Women’s leadership advancement is owned by operations, sales, and marketing with HR playing a critical support role with the necessary progressive policies and programs. As with any change initiative, rigorous work is done to identify choke points and barriers. One company identified 13 basic root causes that were holding women back and they are now working to solve each of those issues. 2) Visible vocal senior leadership holding people accountable to true measures, metrics, and scorecards for advancing women. Senior leaders are out in front leading the initiative. They are talking about it and more importantly, they are holding people accountable for success. In most cases, measure, metrics, and scorecards are in place and compensation is tied to the active advancement and development of talented women. Senior leaders need to ask three simple questions of every direct report. What was the turnover rate in your division of women and men and what are you doing to address it (hint, women’s turnover in most companies is higher than men). What is your plan for next year to recruit, develop and advance women. How are you pushing this down into the organization including middle management. 3) The active engagement and critical need to create male champions to help drive women’s leadership advancement. Great companies realize that men are critical if companies are to be successful. Best in class companies have increased male engagement from 38% to 49%. This is over a 20% increase. Many men want to help but do not know how to start or what it looks like to actually help and support women. This is where the need to train and develop male champions occurs. Every company I meet had an active male champion development program. The final closing thought is each of these companies took a long hard look at the current state. If you examine women’s advancement at all levels of the organization, you will see women are congregated in middle tier staff roles and no real advancement (think 20 to 30% increases) has taken place to move women into senior roles. Are you satisfied with status quo regarding women’s advancement in your company? What do your numbers look like over the last 10 years? If you’re doing it well are you satisfied or do you want to go even higher? Best in class companies are never satisfied with status quo and it’s time to raise the bar, regardless of where your company is. Jeffery Tobias Halter is a corporate gender strategist. The country’s leading expert on engaging men to advance women, Jeffery is the President of YWomen, a strategic consulting company. If you would like to access where your company is, download Jeffery’s 30-point Readiness Assessment. A highly sought-after speaker and thought-leader, Jeffery is a two-time TEDx speaker and frequently talks at industry and corporate events. Tweets by YWomen -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.