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Agenda

Context

An immersive experience giving delegates access to exclusive learning and coaching from some of the industry’s best change experts and business owners that will share their Industry 4.0 Leadership journey.

Objectives

  • Gain an understanding as to why Industry 4.0 requires a mindset shift in leadership at every level of the organisation.
  • Learn new skills, tools and techniques to help you develop the mindset to lead your organisation to increased Industry 4.0 success
  • Gain insight and support from leading entrepreneurs and business leaders enabling you to develop your Industry 4.0 leadership capability and apply practical ideas to your business

Key Coverage

Scene setting – what is industry 4.0? Opportunities, importance of leadership and mindset

Re-igniting your Entrepreneurial Spark

Leadership capabilities for Industry 4.0

  • Disrupt or be disrupted
  • Defining what is required to lead Industry 4.0

Manufacturing Masterclass delivered by Entrepreneurial Leaders

  • The need to work effectively in ‘VUCA’ (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) world, making rapid decisions effectively, constructively disrupting the organisation, creativity and innovation

Rapid coaching – adapting your mindset to lead effectively in an Industry 4.0 environment

  • Techniques to make decisions more quickly and effectively
  • Reflective practices to unlock creativity

Plenary

Context

A practical, hands-on innovation day where senior technical staff from across all sectors and professions can experience Industry 4.0.

Objectives

  • Gain an understanding of industrial digital technologies.
  • Discover how best to introduce innovative technology into your business.
  • Learn from those who have achieved success in doing so.

Key Coverage

  • Manufacturing Masterclasses – Disrupt or be disrupted:
    • Lessons from a Manufacturing Leader in how Industry 4.0 has changed their business and what you can learn and apply from this
  • An Industry 4.0 technology simulation, demonstration and discussions covering areas such as Additive Manufacturing, Virtual Reality, Robotics, IOT and Big Data.
  • Clinic – your opportunity to get first hand advice and guidance from our experts on the most pressing Industry 4.0 challenges you face.

Context

Industry 4.0 is reshaping customer expectations and changing the face of customer relationships.

Customers now expect you to understand them and their requirements better. To compete in today’s connected and ‘always on’ environment, manufacturers must be able meet customer demand 24/7. For small and medium sized manufacturers,  Industry 4.0 technology now provides you with new business opportunities, flexibility  improved customer experiences as well as lower production costs. It can also give your business access to the same tools that have previously only been accessible to large enterprises. 

 

Objectives

  • Understand the new landscape of customer expectations in today’s Industry 4.0 environment.
  • Discover how you can use data and technologies to understand your customers’ needs and expectations and drive better/more informed product development and customer experiences.
  • Discover how you can leverage Industry 4.0 technologies to gain a competitive advantage, meet customer demand and improve productivity and profitability.
  • Gain insight and support from leading experts, entrepreneurs and business leaders enabling you to understand how you can leverage Industry 4.0 technology to re-imagine operating a smarter, faster and more customer oriented business.

 

Key Coverage

How Industry 4.0 is driving new customer expectations and needs, the opportunities, possibilities and benefits of 4IR in this context.

The role of Industry 4.0 technologies to understand customer needs and drive better/more informed product development, customer experiences and more intelligent manufacturing.

Manufacturing Masterclass delivered by manufacturing leaders in areas such as:

  • Delivering smart production systems to deliver flexibility and capacity.
  • Mass customisation.
  • Using digital supply chains to monitor the factory’s supply of materials and product demand in real time (or even in advance).
  • Using data to provide customers with end to end traceability and transparency during the product journey.

Rapid coaching – applying core techniques to enhance your organisation.

Context

A practical, hands-on innovation day where senior technical staff from across all sectors and professions can experience Industry 4.0

Objectives

  • Gain an understanding of industrial digital technologies.
  • Discover how best to introduce innovative technology into your business.
  • Learn from those who have achieved success in doing so.

Key Coverage

  • Manufacturing Masterclasses – Disrupt or be disrupted:
    • Lessons from a Manufacturing Leader in how Industry 4.0 has changed their business and what you can learn and apply from this
    • How additive manufacturing is being used for new product and process development
  • An Industry 4.0 Technology simulation, demonstration and discussions covering areas such as Additive Manufacturing, Virtual Reality, Robotics, IOT and Big Data.
  • Clinic – your opportunity to get first hand advice and guidance from our experts on the most pressing Industry 4.0 challenges you face.

Context

One of the most significant impacts of Industry 4.0 is on the people, skills and talent required to thrive and succeed.

This will require a new breed of skills and the ability for your workforce to embrace, adapt and change.  The immersive day tackles these issues and gives you some practical strategies you can take back to your organisation plus the opportunity to hear from industry leaders about what and how they’ve been nurturing and developing talent and managing the changes in their organisations.

Objectives

  • Understand the implications that Industry 4.0 has on your workforce, the new skills you’ll need and how to prepare.
  • Gain insight into strategies which will help you engage your workforce, overcome resistance and manage change.
  • Learn from those who have re-defined their employment base and reaped the rewards.
  • Discover new ways to recruit, develop and nurture a pipeline line of future talent capable of maximising Industry 4.0.
  • Develop your employment strategy to deliver the results your organisation needs.

Key Coverage

Manufacturing Masterclasses – Industry 4.0 and the people agenda:

  • Redefining your people as strategic and creative agents.
  • Redefining your talent pool and its boundaries to develop the skills within and without your enterprise.
  • Managing effectively and keeping your spark.
  • Lessons from leaders in the challenges they’ve faced and overcome to maintain their entrepreneurial spark whilst managing a high functioning organisation.

Disruptive leadership – rapid coaching, tools and techniques to re-imagine your organisation, drawing on a range of approaches to disrupt the skills, capabilities and capacities of your people to deliver growth in Industry 4.0.

Plenary.

Context

A practical, hands-on innovation day where senior technical staff from across all sectors and professions can experience Industry 4.0.

Objectives

  • Gain an understanding of industrial digital technologies.
  • Discover how best to introduce innovative technology into your business.
  • Learn from those who have achieved success in doing so.

Key Coverage

  • Manufacturing Masterclasses – Disrupt or be disrupted:
    • Lessons from Manufacturing Leaders in how Robotics and Data is being used to enhance their business performance.
  • An Industry 4.0 Technology simulation, demonstration and discussions in Robotics and Data.
  • Clinic – your opportunity to get first hand advice and guidance from our experts on the most pressing Industry 4.0 challenges you face.

supported and delivered by

MO ISAP

CEO

During his career, Mo has successfully started and scaled several businesses. He is a Board Member of the Greater Manchester LEP leading on schools and future skills, and he chairs the Greater Manchester Careers and Employability Board.

Mo also has an MBA, is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and is the Founding Director and Vice Chair of STAR Academies, a Multi Academy and Free Schools Trust, operating some of the most successful schools in the country.

Jo Britton

ACCESS Manager

Jo has 25 years’ experience gained in the professional services, training, membership and manufacturing sectors where she has designed and delivered numerous high-profile manufacturing events, conferences and professional development programmes spanning everything from manufacturing to management, coaching and mentoring, marketing and leadership development. She has also led brand and digital transformation programmes and managed continuous change.

DANIELLE BROWN

MARKETING MANAGER

Danielle holds a first-class Marketing and Public Relations degree from the University of Central Lancashire. She’s also currently studying towards the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Digital Diploma in Professional Marketing.

Danielle has always been interested in technology and after graduating from university she worked for a computer software company for 3 years. She loves travelling and as part of her university degree she took part in a Chinese exchange programme to Beijing.

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