The Future of Manufacturing with Joe Barkai


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  • Goal: Profitable growth
  • Priorities to achieve profitable growth: (not much changes past 2 years – uncertainty!)mfg/sourcingInnovationServiceSupply chain
  • “next wave of innovation”
  • New materials and new processes, such as additive manufacturing, offer new opportunities in products differentiation and supply chain/postponement improvements. However, industry needs to make progress in “industrializing” some (e.g. 3D printing) and bringing R&D and experimentation, especially in new materials under a structured PLM environment
  • Traceability = serialization
  • Service process, service information
  • The Future of Manufacturing with Joe Barkai

    1. 1. The Future of ManufacturingJoe BarkaiACE 2013April 30, 2013
    2. 2. Out of the Recession (?)Sources: Markit Group Holdings Ltd., 2013ISM, 2013Joe Barkai23035404550556065PMIJan 2000 - Mar 2013
    3. 3. Out of the Recession (?)Sources: Markit Group Holdings Ltd., 2013ISM, 2013Joe Barkai3
    4. 4.  Optimism? Uncertainty!Joe Barkai4
    5. 5. Rethinking Priorities0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%Manufacturing footprint and sourcingstrategiesManufacturing process innovationNew product innovationNew/enhanced customer servicesSupply chain collaboration and transparencyTransactions/joint venture to acquire access to newmarkets, technology or talentNext1-2 yearsPast 1-2 yearsWhich of the following elements of your operations will contribute significantly tooverall profitability?Source: Economist Intelligence Survey, 2012Joe Barkai5
    6. 6. Let’s Innovate Innovation is expensive Innovation is risky Innovation takes time to make a difference Innovation may not solve the problem anywayWasteDifferentiationNeutralizationProductivitySource: Geoffrey Moore, Dealing with DarwinJoe Barkai6
    7. 7. 020406080100120140160180200Jul-01Oct-01Jan-02Apr-02Jul-02Oct-02Jan-03Apr-03Jul-03Oct-03Jan-04Apr-04Jul-04Oct-04Jan-05Apr-05Jul-05Oct-05Jan-06Apr-06Jul-06Oct-06Jan-07Apr-07Jul-07Oct-07The Tipping PointSource: Adapted from Sketching User Experience(Buxton, 2007),, Yahoo! FinanceJoe Barkai7
    8. 8.  “From image to implant” “Zero spare part inventories” “Minimal” supply chainsManufacturing Renaissance?Joe Barkai8
    9. 9. The Wonderful World of 3DPrinting
    10. 10. The Wonderful World of 3DPrinting
    11. 11.  Quality Reliability Safety Regulations IP protection TraceabilityThe Path to IndustrializationJoe Barkai20
    12. 12.  Global markets “Design anywhere / build anywhere / sell & supportanywhere” Global supply chainsGlobal Manufacturing ImperativesJoe Barkai21
    13. 13. Not Much Has Changed In A 100 YearsLeverage Economies of ScaleAutomationCraftsmanshipMassProductionLean, TPSFlexibleManufacturingJoe Barkai22
    14. 14.  Harmonize different manufacturing plants: products,processes, resources Design for capabilitiesThe Global Virtual Plant FloorDemandForecastingDesign forCapabilitiesPlan forCapacityJoe Barkai23
    15. 15. Modularity and PlatformsJoe Barkai24
    16. 16. Collaborating on Innovation0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%Competitors (e.g. to reduce costs, benefit from…Academic institutionsGovernment/Public-sector organizationsTechnology providers (e.g. IT or plant specialist)Productcompanies (e.g. to provide a combined …Supplier (e.g. to cooperate on product design)Key Customers(e.g. for bespoke productdevelopment)Much greater/ greater collaboration Same level ofcollaborationMuch less/lesscollaborationNo collaborationSource: Economist Intelligence Survey, 2012Do you intend to collaborate in innovation more or less with the following externalgroups over the next 12 to 24 months?Joe Barkai25
    17. 17.  The „ME‟ economy From products to performance Dynamic innovation-networksEvolution of New Business ModelsJoe Barkai26
    18. 18. Joe Barkai27 The „ME‟ economy From products to performance Dynamic innovation-networksEvolution of New Business Models
    19. 19. Design DeliverMakeInnovateCustomer asDesignerMfg. SupplierDesignSuppliersManufacturerLocal Plant3rd PartyServiceProviderSales(Products &ServiceCustomerCustomer asManufacturerSuppliercollaborationPredictive MaintenanceEverything and Everyone is ConnectedServiceCustomer IntimacyJoe Barkai28
    20. 20. The Digital Thread Enterprise PLM/PDM strategy Foundation for data quality and analytics Multidisciplinary optimization Leverage emerging IT models Cloud Mobility Social business Big data and analyticsJoe Barkai29
    21. 21. • Multiple datastores• Fragmented processes• “Localized” / domain specificanalyticsConnect, Analyze, Predict andAct• Outsourcing design• Collaborative designIncrease ValueReduce Waste• Limited visualization• Cloud• Mobile-enabledReduceComplexity(&Complication)Strategy for Success• Single virtual data model• End-to-end multidisciplinary visibility• Predictive analysis• Context sensitive, smart action• Design for performance• Customer centric• Modular & reusable design &processes• “Glocal” manufacturing• User /context aware decision making• Context sensitive, smarter action• Visual decision making• Social-embeddedFROM TOJoe Barkai30
    22. 22. Stay In Touch(and request presentation slides)