A Publication of Koch Companies
Volume 27 | Issue 2 | April
Koch companies remained committed to improving products and processes in 2020 despite changing demands.
Efforts to evolve Koch’s IT infrastructure in the past five years made it possible for employees to work remotely on short notice.
After prioritizing employees’ health and safety, Molex focused on serving customers remotely as COVID-19 began to spread.
Augmented-reality tools help employees at Koch companies to train and virtually visit facilities.
By driving creative destruction and embracing new technology, Georgia-Pacific's Building Products group was able to respond to a dramatic increase in demand.
When toilet paper became a scarce commodity last year, Georgia-Pacific found new ways to keep rolls on store shelves.
With more employees working remotely, Flint Hills Resources is using 3D facility scans and monitoring technology to manage operations.
Thanks to capability-wide transformation, members of Koch's legal capability across Koch companies are working together more efficiently.
With help from KES and several Koch capabilities, imaging company DarkVision opened its first U.S. location during the global pandemic.
Charles Koch offers five suggestions for self-actualizing and succeeding in a rapidly changing world.
Discover knowledge and expertise with Koch's new enterprisewide search platform.