A new deal plan for manufacturing – what we have learned from readers by Jon Hayward-Wright

The Australian Manufacturing Forum and @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing post Covid-19 has been overwhelmed with submissions. Jon Hayward-Wright reveals key themes from readers as he leads the task of distilling ideas into a new deal plan. Plus, Jon wants to hear from readers interested to join a small…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – clever ideas to rebirth the sector by Dr John Blakemore

Engineer Dr John Blakemore adds to @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing post Covid-19 with lean, agile policy ideas. The covid-19 pandemic has exposed Australian supply chains and our lack of independent manufacturing capability to a significant extent and clearly demonstrated that the policies of the past need to change.…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – creating opportunity and capability by Narelle Kennedy

We can’t repeat the mistakes of the past as we develop policy to create opportunity for businesses and boost their capabilities. Here Narelle Kennedy joins @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing post Covid-19 with thinking based on objective research. It is no surprise that Australian manufacturers are strong early responders…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – skills and how Australia can get them by Kerrie Clarke

Leadership and workplace skills are crucial to manufacturing success and Australia’s economic future. Kerrie Clarke has the keys to a skills revival in today’s contribution to @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing post Covid-19. A future for manufacturing will be built on skills – starting with the ones we already…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – a call for Urgency, Collaboration and Diversity by Sarah Pearson

@AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing now in its third week takes on greater urgency with this contribution by Dr Sarah Pearson. A leader in academia and government, she appeals for greater urgency and greater collaboration in this personal opinion. “Future Industries” – actually not future – is alive and…