Sudhi Bangalore, VP of Industry 4.0 at Stanley Black & Decker, believes that scaling manufacturing transformation to the point of enterprise excellence is essential to the future of the industry.
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In the past few years, large food manufacturers such as General Mills have gone from dominant to disrupted. Rapidly changing consumer tastes and expectations mean that these producers must become more agile and responsive, getting new products to market faster in order to fend off a rising tide of new competitors.
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PPG Senior Vice President of Automotive Coatings, Rebecca Liebert, believes that achieving data-driven productivity across the industry will require leaders who learn continuously and are open to a host of new digital opportunities.
The only U.S. company to be awarded the World Economic Forum’s Manufacturing Lighthouse status so...
Mazak Corp. President Dan Janka believes industry leaders need both digital aptitude and an...
Rolls-Royce’s Caroline Gorski believes AI analytics and open collaboration will be essential...
Ron Castro, IBM’s Chief Supply Chain Officer, believes the manufacturing industry is at an inflection point in its history where the opportunities for disruption are enormous.