Competition is heating up as a result of too few skilled graduates, retiring Baby Boomers, and increasing technology and innovation requirements across a wide swath of industries. Solving the talent shortage will require focusing on long-term strategic talent development and paying more attention to a shifting work culture – both of which are new challenges for manufacturers.
RT @CaroleBou25: On my way to #ParisAirForum @LaTribune @OliverWyman ! Looking forward to hearing #Aerospace experts from around the globe!
RT @aammour: "Despite all the buzz, over 75% of branded apparel purchases are still made in stores today but Online is critically important…
RT @c1bean: Great to hear inspiring refugee entrepreneurship stories and informed debate at yesterday’s session. @OliverWyman @TERNrefugee…
RT @FinanceMagazin: Informatiker löst Bankexpertin ab: @OliverWyman sendet mit dem Chefwechsel ein deutliches Signal. https://t.co/6w4gyQaD…
The question is no longer if a #cyberattack will happen but when. What’s your response plan?… https://t.co/IK5iV90b9p
The more source code governments disclose, the more tools #cyber criminals will have at their disposal… https://t.co/F5064ELD1w
The automotive #FactoryoftheFuture will likely be paved with human invention, and while robots and automation will… https://t.co/r0yUXUlRrc
A 2018 Oliver Wyman survey of the #MRO industry revealed potential holes in #aviation’s #cyber preparedness… https://t.co/F750ssqoyS
#Manufacturing firms will be investing hundreds of billions of euros in the Internet of Things (#IoT) and digital a… https://t.co/QYwdSGw8Ql
Jérôme Bouchard interviewé par La Tribune à l'occasion du #ParisAirForum ! https://t.co/hJkclDr7pb