Rank #1: Manufacturing of the Future: The Central Role of Sustainability, AI and Ethics
As industrial manufacturers begin or continue to embrace innovative technologies, important challenges emerge. What role does a commitment to sustainability play in their business decisions, especially in the current business climate? If they decide to contribute to the circular economy, how can they do it meaningfully? And how do they ensure they are using Artificial Intelligence applications ethically?
Our panel will discuss these questions from multiple perspectives to discover the business case for embracing and embedding sustainable and ethical practices into the manufacturing process.
We’ll ask Lian Jye Su at ABI Research, and Georg Kube and Elvira Wallis at SAP for their take on Manufacturing of the Future: The Central Role of Sustainability, AI and Ethics.
Sep 01 2020
Rank #2: Automotive Suppliers: The Next Five Years
Aug 04 2020
Rank #3: Servitization: Driving Growth for Industrial Manufacturers
Jul 07 2020
Rank #4: Customer-Centric Manufacturing: Making It A Reality
Jun 09 2020
Rank #5: Smart Cities and Mobility in the Age of Covid-19 and Beyond
May 12 2020
Rank #6: Manufacturers Moving to the Cloud: Sharing Risk During Disruptions
Manufacturers and component suppliers have myriad options when looking to move their IT systems to the cloud. Why? Software companies, hyper-scalers, and system integrators are changing their partnerships and collaboration models to provide a more holistic approach. Today, as we find ourselves in a time of extreme global disruption and business uncertainty, has this new approach of shared risk helped – or not?
We’ll ask Dave Breaugh, Americas Manufacturing Lead at Microsoft, and Sayan Bose, Global Vice President of IMC for SAP, to share their insights on the good, the bad and the ugly.
Join us for Manufacturers Moving to the Cloud: Sharing Risk During Disruptions.
Apr 14 2020
Rank #7: From Fossil Fuels to Electrons: Future Trends in the Mobility Industry
Mar 17 2020
Rank #8: The Future of Talent and Diversity for Mobility and Manufacturing
Despite stunning progress in factory-floor automation, men make up 71% of the manufacturing workforce, while their labor force participation rate is 53%. What steps must these companies take to entice the best and the brightest to work in Industry 4.0-enabled factories while diversifying their workforce? The experts speak.
Ellen Sasson, SAP: “Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are” (Marianne Williamson). Gary Nelson, SAP: “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present” (Bil Keane). Join us for The Future of Talent and Diversity for Mobility and Manufacturing.
Feb 18 2020
Rank #9: The Future of Mobility Unplugged
Dec 10 2019
Rank #10: Encore: The Key to Automotive Industry Disruption: Become Customer-Obsessed
The non-nimble auto industry is facing unprecedented challenges from ride- and car-sharing, electrification, autonomy, climate change regulation, new ownership and distribution models. What will it take to turn customers into fanatics, products into obsessions, employees into ambassadors, brands into religions? The experts speak. David Mingle, Qualtrics: “I've learned that people will forget what you said … [but] never forget how you made them feel” (Maya Angelou). Jordan Katz, Qualtrics: “How would you like a job where, every time you make a mistake, a big red light goes on and 18,000 people boo?” (Jacques Plante). Moncombu Raju, SAP: “The key to good decision making is not knowledge. It is understanding. We are swimming in the former. We are desperately lacking in the latter” (Malcolm Gladwell). Join us for The Key to Automotive Industry Disruption: Become Customer-Obsessed.
Nov 19 2019