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The challenge for CEOs in embracing what McKinsey calls “Industry 4.0” is that while there are pockets of world class excellence, many small and mid-size manufacturers need to accelerate their progress in key areas if they are to remain competitive.
U.S. manufacturing leaders are keenly aware of the importance of digitizing their enterprises, and also of how far many of them have to go. According to a survey of 180 leading U.S. manufacturers by the Digital Manufacturing & Design Innovation Institute, four fifths said that digital operations are a “critical driver of every organization’s manufacturing competitiveness.” And 61 percent said digital is “a senior leadership priority.” But only 13 percent said their organization has “digital manufacturing capability today.”
This event will help leaders focus on what needs to be done –and how to achieve it.
Join peer CEOs at Chief Executive’s 4th annual Smart Manufacturing Summit, April 6-7 2016, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Manufacturing CEOs will discuss the key strategies, tactics and opportunities in 21st century manufacturing.
Co-hosted by Harley-Davidson, CEO Matthew S. Levatich will be a featured speaker. Participants will also enjoy a tour of Harley Davidson’s Pilgrim Road engine production facility.