Manufacturing today is undergoing a major transformation. From advanced robotics and machine learning to soft.pet">software-as-a-service and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), these changes enable powerful new ways of organizing global operations and creating value. But how should executives lead this change within their own organizations to meet customer needs – continuously innovate and improve – and generate new value?
If you are a leader in manufacturing or operations who is deploying Industrial Internet of Things (IIotT) technologies, you need to diagnose the states of your systems, measure activities appropriately, and overcome cultural obstacles to ensure successful deployment of productive technologies.
During this complimentary hour-long event from MIT, moderated by Senior Director of Executive Programs Eric Bergemann, you’ll join MIT Senior Lecturer John Carrier and Omar Thorpe, Director of Global Asset Health at Stanley Black & Decker, for a live conversation on the value of implementing Industry 4.0.
Join us as we explore:
• Using IIoT to generate new business value by making problems observable and therefore faster and easier to solve
• Innovative deployment of industrial technology in real world settings
• Engaging people in Industry 4.0 implementation
• Understanding the role of the company’s front line leaders in accelerating the Digital Transformation
Interested in learning more? Join John Carrier for his upcoming courses, Implementing Industry 4.0 (executive.mit.edu/ind).