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2020.9.3 | How to transform processes and people for the factory of the future?
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2020.9.3 | GAMI Event "Smart Manufacturing - how to transform processes and people for the factory of the future?"
"Smart Manufacturing - how to transform processes and people for the factory of the future?"
 
 
14:00-16:00 p.m. Sep3, 2020, Tuesday | Online Session
In order to cope with the challenges resulting from uncertainty and dynamics and to react quickly to disruptions, such as volatile customer demands or increasing labor costs, smart manufacturing solutions are increasingly applied in companies. But companies should be aware, that only upgrading hardware or software is not sufficient. Operational processes must be designed changeable and the way of leadership adjusted accordingly, in order to develop manufacturing processes and corporate culture in a harmonic way.
 
Thereby the following question arise: What smart manufacturing capabilities are needed for the employees to coordinate the development of production in the future.
Technical professionals as a key role in the digital transformation process are usually advanced in hands-on experience and value creation, but weak process development or leadership. Therefore, a main task is to improve their influence, by developing cross-departmental communication and leadership competences as well as a systematic understanding of changeable processes.
 
On September 3, 2020 (Thursday), together with our partner Directions, GAMI will hold an event entitled " Smart Manufacturing - how to transform processes and people for the factory of the future?" We will share challenges faced by the enterprises in answering the above mentioned questions as well as common approaches and best-practices. Special focus will be put on the perspective of flexibility from process perspective as well as with respect to communication and leadership. The aim is to inspire the flexible creative thinking in order to enhance the influence of technical professionals, and to provide solutions for improving the operational efficiency companies in the transformation and upgrading process.
 
Welcome to join us!
 
Arrengements
 
Date: 14:00-16:00 p.m., THU, Sep3, 2020
Platform: ZOOM Online
Price: 100.00 rmb
40 seats limited
Language: English
Target group: technical professionals in companies, such as production engineers, quality engineers, R&D engineers and others who are interested in this topic
 
Agenda
 
14:00-14:50 How to establish flexible and changeable manufacturing processes
14:50-15:50 How to transform technical professionals into effective leaders
  1. Failure to Transform: Why people are resistant to changing the way they work?
  2. How to make people adopt new work practices to really implement Smart Manufacturing
  3. What kinds of new leadership skills and styles will be needed in a Smart Manufacturing organization
15:50-16:00 Q & A
 
Speakers
 
Dr. Tobias Arndt
Completed his industrial engineering studies at RWTH Aachen University (Germany) in 2012 and also received his Master of Science at Tsinghua University in Beijing. He was working as a research associate and project manager at KIT for more than four years. Dr. Arndt conducted several research and consulting projects with industry related to production, logistics, and quality optimization. Since 2017, Dr. Arndt serves as the General Manager of GAMI, conducting projects in the fields of Industry 4.0 Roadmap Development, Digital Shopfloor Management, Intelligent Quality Assurance as well as Smart and Scalable Automation.
 
Mr. C.J. Ng
C.J. is the chief consultant in Directions Consulting, he is also the Master Trainer for Leadership IQ in Asia, he also accredited Belbin Team Role Facilitator and certified COA cross-culture consultant.
So far, C.J. is the 1st and ONLY Asian sales, innovation and leadership expert to have been invited to speak at the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) International Convention.
C.J. is a bilingual facilitator and consultant in English and Mandarin, and has conducted Mandarin training, coaching and consulting projects for audiences in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the People’s Republic of China. His diverse experience in different functional roles, from sales and marketing to human resources, to senior management, as well in different corporate cultures allows him to provide otherwise hidden insights to his clients. He has helped international companies achieve quantum improvements in performance in China and beyond.
 
 
How to apply

If you are interested in this topic, please contact Ms. Yin via 0512-62967377, and send your contact info include name/company/title/mail/cellphone NO.via mail training@silu.asia, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
also you can scan the barcode for application, we will come back to you for more details once we receive your information.
 
Tel:0512/62967377
Deadline: 3 days prior to the Training Course
 
 
Contact

GAMI – Global Advanced Manufacturing Institute
KIT China Branch
 
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