In this interactive roundtable discussion facilitated by Avanade, industry experts will have the opportunity to share input and ask questions about how manufacturers ensure a safe return to work. Topics will include (1) using digital tools to monitor work environments; (2) capturing, documenting, and transferring the knowledge of senior staff; (3) utilizing mixed-reality solutions to train, re-skill, and up-skill workers; and (4) providing people with immediate access to the tools and information that they need to do their jobs and collaborate with others.
This event is part of a special “Café Series,” which delivers an engaging discussion on hard-hitting topics and provides a complimentary metal coffee tumbler, artisan coffee, and virtual entertainment.
Delivering exceptional worker experiences for manufacturers
A safe return to work is only the first step toward creating a more robust, engaging model for employees that will allow companies to not only survive but to thrive while driving efficiency and effectiveness to new levels. Manufacturers now have numerous opportunities to empower their shop floor and frontline workers, managers and supervisors, and business operations teams, improving their ability to attract and retain top talent.
The past 18 months have shown that the need to pivot resources to critical areas, quickly train and upskill existing and new resources, and facilitate new levels of remote work and cross facility or partner collaboration is only growing. The good news is that companies can build on some of the very investments that they have already made to create more agile, adaptable, and resilient operations.
- What digital tools are most effective at monitoring work environments?
- How can companies leverage the knowledge of their senior staff better?
- How will greater access to tools and information improve company collaboration and overall performance?
The Manufacturing Café Series is tailored to senior leaders responsible for operations, human resources, and manufacturing services.
Job titles include but are not limited to: COOs, VPs, Heads, Directors, and General Managers responsible for Operations, Manufacturing, Engineering, Quality and the like.
Attendance is by invitation only and is of course, complimentary for those invited.