Manufacturing leaders are commonly challenged with the persistent need to manage the internal pressures of growing revenues, reducing costs, and building the right teams. But that’s not the only task they must address. They’re also challenged by the dynamic forces of the market and unpredictability of customer preferences, skills shortages, and emerging technologies that can alter the way products are developed.
Read the Oxford Economics report to learn about your peer’s greatest challenges and priorities.
In a recent survey conducted by the Manufacturing Leadership Council, over 200 Senior-level manufacturing executives were asked how they see their role and their company changing over the years ahead. In addition to managing the internal pressures of growing revenues, managing costs, and building the right teams, executives see a new set of challenges on the horizon.
Read the Executive Insight Report to learn how adopting a collaborative business model is at the forefront of these changes
Shifting realities are reshaping the competitive landscape for the world’s leading manufacturers. What most concerns them in the years ahead? Oxford Economics conducted an extensive quantitative and qualitative survey to manufacturing executives, representing engineering, manufacturing, and service to best understand their priorities.
Learn which business initiatives manufacturing executives believe will create the most value for their companies and support their transformation, as well as other key insights
The global manufacturing industry is in the midst of a fundamental transformation. Major external forces are challenging traditional concepts about how and where value is created – across engineering, production, supply chain and service organizations. Simultaneously, these same trends present a massive opportunity for manufacturers that adapt their product offerings, and even their business models – leveraging technology to tap into new sources of competitive advantage.
Read how PTC’s CEO believes manufacturing leaders should greet the current wave of transformation with optimism, but must have a clear understanding of how the key ingredients for their future success are being redefined.