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The Industrial sector spans multiple sub-categories. While these are differentiated by technology, applications and products, and industry 4.0 will continue to be of importance for the sector, main focus is now turned towards industry 5.0. Industry 5.0 is about combining humans and machine, with main focus on collaboration and emphasising on synergies. While machines operate efficiently, humans add personal value to the process or product.
To maximize the implementation of any technology, companies will need to employ talented individuals that can ask the right questions.
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Relentlessly context driven, our understanding of the specific needs and goals of each client enables us to identify and attract and develop high-performing leaders, offering our clients a spectrum of executive staffing and leadership development solutions.
COVID-19 | An Industrial Evolution?
As the COVID-19 lockdown in China was the first to ease, the world watched keenly for lessons learned. Meanwhile, a new balance between executive role experience and competency is emerging. When everything is difficult, when wicked dilemmas accumulate and decisions are needed quickly, past experience in an industry vertical matters less than agility.
Covid 19 | An Industrial Evolution?
An Interview with Arndt Kirchhoff: In a new world marked by COVID-19, industry is facing unprecedented pressure from all sides to maintain production, job stability and wealth creation. Politically and socially that pressure often takes on a protectionist, national focus. But for some leaders this is the moment to reinforce the progress made by globalization in recent decades.
3D Printing: Is Germany in Need of a Re-boot?
Despite Germany’s pioneering role in developing 3D additive production techniques, and their adoption by the country’s larger players, top management in many of the companies who supply those organizations is still concerned about the risks associated with these new technologies. They are potentially losing sight of major opportunities to earn money and secure competitiveness for the future.