Successful autonomous manufacturing depends on a fundamental relationship between humans and machines, says Lodovico Camozzi, Camozzi Group CEO.
Digital Leadership Playbook Still Work in Progress
In manufacturing’s new digital era, the requirements for leadership are evolving just as rapidly as the technology that is underpinning the change.
Manufacturers are facing pressing talent issues today. But they shouldn’t forget to plan for tomorrow.
Workforce planning should be part of every manufacturer’s supply chain strategy, helping to maximize digital opportunities and drive industrial growth.
In a difficult hiring environment, investing in staff and fostering employee-focused cultures are essential.
Understanding the differences between how employees and employers are reimagining work helps leaders build better future workforce strategies.
“As we imagine future autonomous enterprises and smart factories, we have to keep in mind that innovation always springs from human ideas, creativity, and talent.”
Dialogue: Lodovico Camozzi, Camozzi Group S.p.A.
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