Reshaping the Manufacturing Workforce

Evolving manufacturing skills to meet employers’ shifting expectations

Digital trends, automation and pandemic-related change put factory work in a constant state of change and flux. Since manufacturing workforce change is driven by job enhancement, new skills and capabilities are required to meet employer’s shifting expectations for future factory workers.

Seventy-four percent of manufacturers that believe smart manufacturing will increase competitiveness are redesigning their manufacturing organizations. 

Download the infographic to understand new talent expectations from manufacturing leaders and explore three distinct actions for workforce development, behavioral shifts and integrated continuous improvement. 

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    Supply chain leaders are increasingly required to lead teams with diverse sets of responsibilities while they strive to develop organizations and processes that look at supply chain value from end to end. Gartner supports supply chain leaders in prioritizing the development of talent strategy so they can build and invest where the largest supply chain skills gap exists.