A new deal plan for manufacturing – where we went wrong and the things that work by Tim McLean

The Australian Manufacturing Forum and @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal manufacturing policy for Australia is now in its second week. Today Tim McLean details how we got to where we are today, and the approaches that work for industry. Send your ideas or make a submission to [email protected] The need for Australia…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – innovation and bi-partisanship by Tom Kenyon

Innovation is featuring in submissions so far in our campaign to crowd source a continues @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal manufacturing policy with eight keys to unlocking our manufacturing future. Send your ideas or make a submission to [email protected]”>new deal plan for manufacturing. Today Tom Kenyon looks at how to kickstart new…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – eight keys to the future by Danny Samson

Professor Danny Samson continues @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing with eight keys to unlocking our manufacturing future. Send your ideas or make a submission to [email protected] Australia’s manufacturing sector has shrunk significantly over the past 30 years, in terms of share of GDP, and absolute employment numbers. But we…

A new deal for manufacturing – a rallying cry to get involved by Grant Anderson

Grant Anderson joins @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing in Australia with this powerful call to action. Send your submission to [email protected] Never waste a good crisis ! Why is it that we need a crisis to bring about change to policy around manufacturing? Why is it that most countries…

A new deal for manufacturing – five building blocks for a new plan by Roy Green

Professor Roy Green kicks off @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing in Australia with this industry policy scene setter. Send your submission to [email protected] Every crisis provides an opportunity and Covid-19 is no exception. Not only has it exposed the gaps in Australia’s manufacturing supply chains, but it has also…

Productivity Commission sidelined in Canberra’s focus on manufacturing

Comment by Peter Roberts In a move which will be welcomed by most in the manufacturing sector the Productivity Commission has been sidelined in the federal government’s programme to map out a future for the sector post Covid-19. As reported by @AuManufacturing on Friday, former Dow chemical CEO Andrew Liveris has been called up by…