Innovation can be defined as the creation of value through implementing new or enhanced products, services, processes, technologies, or organisational methods and business models.
There is no shortage of Aussie manufacturers applying great ideas. However, I would argue they could do a better job of putting their cleverness forward.
Apart from leadership itself perhaps, the most important thing for any organisation to get right is its overall business strategy.
It is moonwalk month. On July 20, everybody except the moon landing truthers can celebrate 50 years since Aldrin said those immortal words to Armstrong, “After you, Neil…” *)
Last month I learned a lot about manufacturing and Industry 4.0 in Australia. I thought I would use this opportunity to share my observations around National Manufacturing Week.
With all the talk in business and government about innovation, entrepreneurship and start-ups these days, what about quality?
WhyWayDo is a simple framework for deliberately designing a manufacturing culture in such a way that it contributes to achieving your strategic goals. It helps everyone in the company focus on “what matters most”.
Forum member Anna Reid, General Manager of Manufacturing of Asahi Beverages, explains building a smart value chain is key to success. She spoke at National Manufacturing Week today. Undoubtedly, there are numerous factors that contribute to a manufacturing company being a leader. The fundamental attributes that have contributed to our business success, include having a…
A privilege of this role is that we at the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) get to see Australian ideas of all kinds evolve into high-value products and jobs.
Forum member Dennis Rutzou delivers some sage advice on how manufacturers can tell their stories to the world Every business has a unique story to tell. Success, mediocrity, or even failure can depend upon it, and getting your message out should be a basic operating principal of any business. But it is much more than…