ASCI Webinar | Operational Excellence in Industry 4.0 | 1 CPD
WHAT TO DO TODAY TO GET THE BEST OF INDUSTRY 4.0 TOMORROW
While it’s too early to reflect on how you could have minimised the impact of COVID-19 on your supply chain, you can be rest assured that your CEO will want the answer pretty soon. Are you ready for that conversation?
As we plough through some of the toughest days that supply chains have experienced, we urge you to take an hour out of your busy schedule to attend this webinar which scaffolds Industry 4.0 into bite sized chunks allowing you to start your journey to future proofing your operations without it costing the earth.
Manufacturing is undergoing a transformation across the industrialised world. Manufacturing companies in NSW increasingly focus on high-value and high-skill services, particularly in pre- and post-production processes, such as research and development and design.
However, for many, reducing manufacturing costs seems like fighting a losing battle. With the cost of introducing advanced technologies and automation solutions reducing significantly, how ready is your business to embrace these concepts? Are you looking to reduce costs in desperation? What can you do today to make the most of tomorrow’s Industry 4.0 technology?
Join us as Operational Excellence workshop facilitator Ishan Galapathy leads a valuable Industry 4.0 discussion. This is a must attend webinar for operations managers of manufacturing companies!
What ASCI Members will walk away with:
An understanding of what Industry 4.0 means
An understanding of six areas that a business needs to work on to get the best of technology
A map of your current state and a clear idea of what you need to do next
Julie Lockyer from NSW Treasury will also present the NSW Advanced Manufacturing Industry Development Strategy to demonstrate how manufacturing will be supported on the journey of transformation.
About the facilitators
Ishan has a wealth of knowledge in the field of Organisational Productivity, working across six countries for over two decades, for multi-nationals such as Kellogg’s and Arnotts.
In his last corporate role, Ishan was responsible for Operational Excellence in Asia Pacific for Kellogg’s and was part of the globalteam that developed its global Manufacturing Excellence program.
An industry expert in collective productivity, speaker and author, Ishan has appeared on several media platforms sharing his knowledge on all things organisational productivity.
Renowned for his simplified techniques, Ishan helps businesses and teams to move from chaos to excellence through productivity improvement programs and frontline leadership development programs.
When he’s not working, you can find him playing backyard cricketwith his sons or sipping a cup of coffee with his wife.
Julie is working within Industry Development in the NSW Department of Treasury. Key responsibilities of the team include driving the implementation of the NSW advanced manufacturing industry development strategy focusing on increasing collaboration and research by facilitating development of advanced knowledge; supporting skill development by driving the adoption of advanced processes; supporting implementation of advanced service-oriented business models; and growing export and attracting investment.
Ana Costa, Senior Consultant, Michael Page
is a recruitment professional who specialises in technical disciplines. With clients and candidates across diverse industries including FMCG, Healthcare and Industrial, she has been working in Michael Page for more than three years, where she was recently relocated from Brazil to Australia to look after Supply Chain space for NSW. Being passionate about changing people’s life, Ana has a strong focus on stakeholder’s satisfaction and build long-standing relationships.
Brendan O'Keefe, ASCI NSW Chapter President
Brendan is responsible for member programs and delivering value to corporates across the state. He has20 years of search & executive recruitment experience across supply chain, operations, and related technical functions.
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This webinar is awarded with one Continuous Professional Development point upon attendance. Points are allocated after the webinar and will appear in your Member Portal under CPD Diary.