Wednesday, June 2nd 2021
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Manufacturing engineering 5.0: the next step?
This week’s must read
As the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered the global business landscape, using Lean in combination with new tools and technologies can help companies solve problems and adapt to keep pace with change. Is Lean Manufacturing more essential today than ever before?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Four Principle about the benefits of Lean Manufacturing .
As new manufacturing jobs will be necessary for the future, those new workers will need safe, high-quality facilities to do their work, and relocation can be a long, frustrating, and expensive process. Here are all some critical things to consider for a facility relocation project.
Support functions interact with the manufacturing workforce and contribute to continuous improvement in modern factories, reducing their costs and increasing the value of the support functions by leveraging agile ways of working. Does agile suit every manufacturing company or situation?
As digital transformation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution continue to redefine manufacturing jobs of the future, understanding how work might change can help the industry as a whole prepare for a transformative future. What are the skills that will become must-haves in the future workplace?
COVID-19 has changed the world and the manufacturing industry. Manufacturers that intend to survive in this new era must fully embrace Industry 5.0 and reimagine the future of their companies.
This week’s Consulting News
This week’s media
Concurrent Engineering is a method of designing and developing in which the different stages run simultaneously rather than consecutively.
Consulting sourcing tips
There are several markers that define the “Consulting DNA” of a company: the obvious capability & industry experience, but also the footprint, culture, and delivery model. On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast, I tell you how to qualify a consulting...
The first question is not "do I need a consultant?" Instead ask yourself: do I have an urgent problem? If yes, find your best understanding of the issue and why it needs a solution. Then ask yourself: what kind of consultant can solve this issue? Another way to put it...
As an executive, you're probably used to making quick decisions. Given the amount of work that you have to do, you can't afford to dither. Is it worth your time to organize a competition when choosing your consultants? On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast,...
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