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Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali
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Smarter Training for Smart Manufacturing Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution - Fabrizio Cardinali

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Fabrizio Cardinali is SVP Global Business Development at sedApta Group in Italy. …

Fabrizio Cardinali is SVP Global Business Development at sedApta Group in Italy.

This presentation was delivered during his keynote speech at the 2014 EDEN Annual Conference in Zagreb.

http://www.eden-online.org

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  • 1. Smarter Training for Smarter Manufacturing Empowering Europe’s workforce towards the 4° industrial revolution Fabrizio Cardinali CSMO, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer sedApta Group f.cardinali@sedApta.com@CardinaliFFabrizio Cardinali
  • 2. The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see. Winston Churchill 0..0 hour = year 1 C.E. 24.0 hour = year 2020 C.E. The Industrial Revolution Clock 5.30-6-30 PM Renaissance (1450-1550) 9-10 PM First Industrial Revolution (1760-1850) 10-11.45 PM Second Industrial Revolution (1870-1990) ...15 minutes to midnight Third Industry Revolution At the stroke of midnight Venice 90.000 Genoa 50.000 Florence 40.000 Rome 35.000 Vinci – Florence (40 km) 2 walking days Rome- Amboise (1500 km) 3 months donkey ride HUMANSOCIALDEVELOPMENTNDEX MILLIONSOFPEOPLE HSD Index • Energy Capture • Organizational Ability • Information Processing • War Making capacity WATT STEAM ENGINE INTRODUCED, 1775 20 july 19694 october 1957 12 September 1962 WATT STEAM ENGINE INTRODUCED, 1775 #learningsputnik
  • 3. 3 Internet of Things •Smart Machines •Industrial Internet •Embedded Sensors •Advanced Robotics Digital Marketplaces •Crowd sourcing •Engineer to Order •Configure to Order •Produce on Demand •Make to individual 3d printing •New materials •Additive/subtractive •Produce on demand At midnight stroke..
  • 4. FACTS TODAY • It is 20% more expensive to manufacture in the U.S. than it is in its nine largest trading partners (excluding cost of labor) • Taken alone, manufacturing in the United States would be the 10th largest economy in the world • Manufacturing represents 67% of private-sector R&D spending as well as 30% of the country’s productivity growth • For every $1.00 spent in manufacturing, another $1.48 is added to the economy, the highest multiplier effect of any economic sector. • 500.000 jobs created during last 3 years and 600.000 unfilled jobs 2020 GOALS • The United States will be the best place in the world to manufacture and attract foreign direct investment. • Manufacturers in the United States will be the world’s leading innovators. • The United States will expand access to global markets to enable manufacturers to reach the 95 percent of consumers who live outside our borders. • Manufacturers in the United States will have access to the workforce that the 21st-century economy demands. Made in the USA
  • 5. From 2020 more than 60% of Europe’s workforce will be powered by the Millennials. …our new makers…A New World for…Mary the Surgeon... Peter the Fashion Designer… And what about Europe?
  • 6. React to change (Europe will need a Renaissance 2.0) Recognize Genius (Talent may not be enough) House Creativity (Innovation will not be sufficient) Advance Education (We can’t afford leaving any kid behind) Specialize skills (We will not excel everywhere) Vote leaders (Change reaction will need them) Give trust (It will be the only thing faster than Internet) Take risk (Small will be better than Big) GO local (Near will be better than Far) But… …Do it fast. ..Before it’s too late! (Your Industry Sputnik has been launched) 1 2 3 4 10 5 10 suggestions for taking Europe’s Manufacturing Industry to the Moon (and back safe) through the stormy waves of digital disruption. Before its too late… How to create a Learning Sputnik Effect for Europe 2020 #learningsputnik 7 6 8 9
  • 7. 1. React to change (Europe needs a ground zero reaction towards a Renaissance 2.0)
  • 8. 2. Recognise Genius (Talent might not be enough)
  • 9. 1. An insatiable quest for knowledge and continuous improvement (Curiosità) 2. Learning from experience (Dimostrazione) 3. Sharpening the senses (Sensazione) 4. Managing ambiguity and change (Sfumato) 5. Whole-brain thinking (Arte/Scienza) 6. Body-mind fitness (Corporalità ) 7. Systems thinking (Connessione) The 7 habits of creative genius 2. Recognise Genius (Talent may not be enough)
  • 10. 3. House Creativity (Innovation will not be sufficient) Gujarat Plant •47 Mil $ investment •Plant MES •Accepts customer orders from dealer •Customises production to customer request •Captures data across entire process •Smart Grid enabled
  • 11. Recreating the Perfect Knowledge Storm Directional Innovation Directional directionalIntersectional Creativity Discipline B Discipline C Discipline A A R C H I T E C T U R E . A R T Renaissance 1.0 E n g i n e e r i n g S p o r t F a s h I o n Ferrari FI N A N C E C o m p u t e r s D e s i g n 3 G T E L C O iPhone ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? The Next Big Thing Intersectional Creativity .vs. Mondirectional Innovation 3. House Creativity (Innovation might not be enough)
  • 12. 4. Advance Education (We can’t afford leaving any kid behind)
  • 13. Its Not going to be the smartest knwoledge worker that will survive, its the one most adaptable to new markets, jobs, competences and skills Its Not the strongest or most intelligent species that survives, its the one most adaptable to change Towards a Darwinian Specialization for knowledge workers Surviving global competition 5. Specialize Skills (we will not excel everywhere)
  • 14. Public Leadership .vs. State Driven Austerity •Government R&D Spending in New Economies has risen 3.5% annually since 2000 •In 2020 in China, Science and Technology innovation will rise to 60 per cent in Economic Growth contribution •By 2020 China’s reliance on key foreign technology will decline to below 30% from more than 50% now (Source China Daily on new RD spending Boost in New Economies ) 6. Vote Leaders (change reaction will need them)
  • 15. The waves of trust Every kind of peaceful cooperation among men is primarily based on mutual trust and only secondarily on institutions such as justice and police Albert Einstein The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is today Chinese Proverb Self Trust Credibiliy Relationship Trust Behavior Organizational Trust Alignment Market Trust Reputation Societal Trust Contribution Misstrust – Smart Trust – Blind Trust 7. Give Trust (it will be the only thing that faster than Internet)
  • 16. New Entrepreneurial Risk .vs. Old Banks Bailouts 8. Take Risk (Small will be better than Big)
  • 17. Venice 90.000 Genoa 50.000 Florence 40.000 Rome 35.000 Vinci – Florence (40 km) 2 walking days Rome- Amboise (1500 km) 3 months on a donkey ride: …New Startups in any possible nice village in Portugal, Italy, Greece, Spain or Croatia… Redefining Space &Time in the Internet World Local diversity .vs. Global normalization Bangalore, India Add a little “dolce” to your vita Michael Gelb 9. Go Local (Near will be better than Far)
  • 18. ..15 minutes to midnight…… 10. But do it fast... .... Your Sputnik Industry has been launched! Courtesy of Jailbreaking the degree
  • 19. Thanks! Fabrizio Cardinali CSMO, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer Fabrizio.cardinali@sedApta.com f.cardinali@sedApta.com@CardinaliFFabrizio Cardinali E… 0 2 4 6 TrainingOurtcomes TrainingMaturity Training Processes #laceproject Session E2 h 14.oo: Promoting Learning Analytics @ the Manufacturing Workplace

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