By Phil Bice, Technical Applications Supervisor Success will not fall into your lap; you need to pursue it. Since starting with CNUC, I have identified that one of the best career plans is to take advantage of the opportunities that are available to you. These opportunities take many forms, but all contribute to your personal […]
The 2017 spring issue of our quarterly e-newsletter, Powerful Knowledge, is now available. The e-newsletter includes updates on the UVM industry and CNUC. Powerful Knowledge articles include: Everyday Encounter, Impactful Experience Elevating Training to a New Level New CNUC Recruitment Video Venturing into Gas Pipeline VM Click here to view the winter issue of Powerful Knowledge.
The 2017 winter issue of our quarterly e-newsletter, Powerful Knowledge, is now available. The e-newsletter includes updates on the UVM industry and CNUC. Powerful Knowledge articles include: Utilizing ATVs to Expedite Inspection Process Hurricane Matthew Emergency Response Why is UVM Research and Education so Important Now? Click here to view the winter issue of Powerful Knowledge.
By William Porter, Director of Research, Development and Industry Intelligence On October 19, 2016, 15 forestry professionals attended a panel discussion on utility vegetation management (UVM) at the Illinois Arborist Association Annual Conference & Trade Show. During this session, the attendees filled out a written survey and answered questions raised during the discussion. 60% of […]
By Josh Beaver, Regional Manager For the latest article in our series on effective employee communication, we’re focusing on Generation Z, commonly referred to as iGen, or the post-millennial generation. It is the next generational wave that will be joining the workforce. These employees will bear similarities to the millennials, but there will certainly be differences, […]
by Will Porter, Director of Research, Development and Industry Intelligence CN Utility Consulting (CNUC) Director of Research, Development and Industry Intelligence Will Porter wrote an article titled “Data Driven Methodologies: Is Reliability-Centered UVM a Standard of Care?” that will be published in the upcoming issue of Transmission and Distribution World Magazine. This article focuses on three […]