When we think about innovation in manufacturing, it’s easy to point to the newest cutting-edge tech. But the fact is that innovation starts with people.
We’ll be deep diving into some case studies around some of the technologies that have revolutionized manufacturing, and examining the role of company culture in supporting sustainable and successful innovations.
Join Sean Culey to find out more about the manufacturing innovators leading the way, and what they have in common.
We’ll be asking:
- Who are the innovators?
- What are they doing?
- How have they created a culture of innovation?
Sean Culey is an award-winning keynote speaker and advisor on supply chain transformation and disruptive technologies. He is also the author of ‘Transition Point: From Steam to the Singularity’, an in-depth examination of the causes of technological progress and how the current wave of change will disrupt our business models, economy and society at large. He has 25 years of experience in supply chain and business transformation, including 10 years as the Design Authority on a $600m global SAP implementation, 6 years as CEO of a boutique business consultancy and VP of Marketing for a supply chain analytics company. He has worked with a diverse range of organisations across multiple industry verticals, including BAE Systems, Cadbury Schweppes, the United Nations, Amgen, Saint Gobain and Warburtons. Sean is a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT), and a Transformation Advisor for the Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM). He is also the UK’s only certified SCOR Master Instructor.
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