The digital transformation of manufacturing promises to revolutionize business activities, processes, competencies, and models. The companies that are innovative and creative, and that embrace the new opportunities presented by digitalization, will win in their markets.
Globalization, along with rapid innovation in production technologies, has laid the foundation for the current period of accelerated disruption in U.S. manufacturing processes.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) era has arrived, and it promises new avenues of growth and profitability. IIoT adoption is becoming mainstream and companies are opening new paths to stand out from their competition.
In recent years, U.S. manufacturing growth has been virtually stagnant. Are things finally on the rebound? While the manufacturing picture is modestly improving, a range of issues and risks stand in the way of a return to full factory-sector health.
Expectations are high. The industrial and B2B product management landscape continues to evolve as companies look for ways to drive growth and gain competitive advantage in their markets.
What can you learn about product management and innovation from some of the world’s most progressive manufacturers?
Manufacturing is getting smarter. From big data to robots to artificial intelligence, this transformation presents both an incredible opportunity for growth and enormous disruption. Most manufacturers have just started exploring the possibilities.
As manufacturing executives struggle to assess the impact of two disastrous hurricanes on their business outlooks, the MAPI Foundation is here to help.
Global economic growth is accelerating beyond its sluggish performance of the long post-Great Recession adjustment period.
MAPI is excited to once again bring together manufacturing executives and industry leaders to discuss ideas and challenges facing the industry. The 2017 Executive Summit will focus on how to thrive through uncertainty.