“The combination of automation and information is the next wave of productivity.”
Welcome to the New Industrial Revolution—a wave of technologies and ideas that are creating a computer-driven manufacturing environment that bears little resemblance to the gritty and grimy shop floors of the past.
Will your city be home to the next hub of manufacturing innovation?
More than 70 percent of manufacturing leaders are optimistic about their company’s future. Now, they’re trying to get the rest of the world to feel the same way.
Manufacturing matters. That sums up the strong belief of the third group of attitudes toward manufacturing, and they believe we need to get the environment right for productivity and innovation. This third camp outside the Washington D.C. beltway believes that…
Last time, we discussed the first camp of opinions toward manufacturing, which dismiss it as inconsequential to the modern day economy. The second camp takes a more forward-facing view. In this group, people believe manufacturing does matter, and we must…
Today, there are three major attitudes toward manufacturing in this country, and those opinions need to evolve as manufacturing changes. In the next three blogs we will delve into each point of view, beginning with today’s first in the series….
When many people think of manufacturing, they undoubtedly think of employing a vast, unskilled workforce of interchangeable workers. That’s not the manufacturing of the future. Meet Trent Carlson, who epitomizes the type of worker that will help make up tomorrow’s…
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