Reskilling helps Stanley future-proof its factories

Industrial manufacturers are training up their employees to work with machines controlled by sensors and software, a necessity in a sector disrupted by automation. As CEO of Stanley Black & Decker, Jim Loree is leading the reskilling revolution, which he views as critical for growth at the $14 billion maker of Black & Decker and Craftsman power tools.

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