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Bob Paton delivered the presentation at the 2014 Skilling Australia Summit.

The 8th Annual Skilling Australia Summit considered the current policy framework and examined state and national challenges for skilling the Australian economy at this time. Current skilled shortages within industry groups were addressed and debated.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/skillingoz14

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Bob Paton - Manufacturing Skills Australia - Developing a strategic framework for skills development - A manufacturing perspective

  1. 1. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. Developing a strategic framework for skills development! A manufacturing perspective! Bob  Paton   CEO  –  Manufacturing  Skills  Australia   30th  June  2014  
  2. 2. Manufacturing in Australia
 !  Manufacturing  in  Australia  and  the  world  is   changing  rapidly  and  Australia  needs  to  re-­‐ posiFon  its  manufacturing  industry   !  Tomorrow's  workforce  will  need  some  quite   different  skills,  and  not  just  about  technology   !  We  need  to  change  our  educaFon  at  school,  in   VET  and  higher  educaFon   !  We  need  a  change  of  mindset  about   manufacturing  to  match  the  reality  of  future  work   2  
  3. 3. 3   0   2   4   6   8   10   12   14   1985  1987  1989  1991  1993  1995  1997  1999  2001  2003  2005  2007  2009  2011  2013   Employment  in  Australia  1985-­‐2013   Total  employed  in  Australia  (millions)   Total  employed  in  manufacturing,   Australia  (millions)   0.0     500.0     1000.0     1500.0     2000.0     1985   1987   1989   1991   1993   1995   1997   1999   2001   2003   2005   2007   2009   2011   2013   Contribu;on  to  economy  1985-­‐2013   GDP  Manufacturing;  billions   GDP  Australia  ;  billions  
  4. 4. 5   1948  Holden  48-­‐215  cost  £733     Approximately  92  weeks  of  average  weekly  earnings   2014  Holden  Commodore  Interna;onal  cost  $36,990     Approximately  26  weeks  of  average  weekly  earnings  
  5. 5. What future for manufacturing in Australia?
 !  Compared  to  many  others,  we  enjoy:   – high  standards  of  living   – readily  available  and  reliable  energy  and  water   supplies   – poliFcal  stability  and  homeland  security   – organised  social  infrastructure  (health,  educaFon  etc)   !  We  cannot  compete  with  low  labour  cost  economies   !  We  must  find  our  new  manufacturing  ‘place’   !   We  must  have  a  manufacturing  workforce  that  is   capable  of  delivering!   6  
  6. 6. Manufacturing Skills Australia symposium
 7   Experts  shared,  collaborated  and  tackled  some   of  the  naFon’s  most  pressing  challenges.     Key  parFcipants  included:   •  Dr  Karl  Kruszelnicki   •  Prof  Göran  Roos     •  Dr  Swee  Mak  (CSIRO)   •  Prof  John  Buchannan  (Sydney  University)   •  Prof  Sam  Bucolo  (Uni  of  Technology  Sydney)     •  Prof  Andy  Smith  (FederaFon  University)  
  7. 7. Expected changes in the future! 8   !  impact  of  servi&sa&on   !  revised  business  structures   !  transformaFve  use  of  technology   !  a  new  approach  to  meeFng  customer  demands   !  an  increasing  need  for  STEM  skills,  for  all  workers   (Science,  Technology,  Engineering,  MathemaFcs)  
  8. 8. Servitisation (or servitization)! Moving  to  products  and  services   9   (Andy  Smith  –  FederaFon  University)  
  9. 9. Revised business structures 
 10   !  Management  skills,  management  for  and  of   change,  new  products,  new  markets   !  Benchmarking,  adopFng  new  pracFces,   processes,  lean  thinking  and  operaFons   !  People  management,  workforce  development   !  PromoFng  innovaFon  
  10. 10. Design thinking
 11   (Sam  Bucolo  –  University  of  Technology  Sydney)  
  11. 11. Transformative use of technology
 12   !  AdapFng  exisFng  technology   !  AdopFng  new  technology  –  3D  prinFng  –  4D  prinFng,   roboFcs,  new  materials,  new  processes   !  DigiFsaFon,  bringing  the  customer  closer     !  Exploring  new  horizons  –  innovaFon  –  risk-­‐taking     $625.00  !!!  
  12. 12. A new approach to meeting customer demands! 13   !  Personalise  or  customise  products  and   services  –  mass  customisaFon?   !  Understand  and  respond  to  customer  insights   and  needs  more  rapidly   !  Create  knowledge  and  sell  experiences   !  Be  aware  of  increasing  customer  expectaFons  in   terms  of  business  operaFons  and  social  impacts  
  13. 13. An increasing need for STEM skills! 14   !  Current  and  future  work  demands  increases   in  science,  technology,  engineering  and   mathemaFcs  skills   !  Current  situaFon  is  not  dealing  with  the   present  demand  for  STEM  skills   !  Making  value  vs  making  things  requires  “design   thinking”   !  problem-­‐solving,  insight,  innovaFon,   integraFon    
  14. 14. 15   !  To  maximise  producFvity,  a  “system  of   system”  soluFons  that  not  only   leverage  materials,  processing,  and   informaFon  sciences  but  also   seamlessly  integrate  into  the   producFon  and  business  flows  of  the   firm  is  required  to  enable  the  more   efficient  transformaFon  of     •   LABOUR  –  Ensuring  all  labour  is   supporFng  value  add  acFviFes   •   KNOWLEDGE  –  Ensuring  informaFon  is   used  to  opFmize  decisions   •   RESOURCES  –  Ensuring  waste  (Fme  and   materials)  is  minimized     (Swee  Mak  –  CSIRO)   Addressing systems productivity!
  15. 15. What does this all mean for skills?! 16   !  Manufacturing  jobs  are  changing  –  some  will   be  lost,  others  will  grow   !  Need  for  beqer  management  skills  at  all   levels   !  New  skills  for  exisFng  jobs   !  Build  capabiliFes  and  adapFve  capacity   across  the  whole  workforce  
  16. 16. The meandering path of life, work and skills! 17   (John  Buchanan  –  Sydney  University)  
  17. 17. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. Level    3,  104  Mount  Street   North  Sydney  NSW  2060   (PO  BOX  289  North  Sydney  NSW  2059)   AUSTRALIA   phone  +61  2  9955  5500   email        info@mskills.com.au     web    hp://www.mskills.com.au  
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