The ongoing pandemic will have a major impact on the manufacturing industry, globally. Things will not be the same, some temporarily and others permanently.
For starters, the social distancing norms will also force organisations to re-arrange their manufacturing processes, which may also require new skills. Significant preparations have to be done by companies to be able to resume operations in a manner that’s leaner and more efficient. An organisation’s team, across the board, have to labour hard to come up with new ideas to do the same old things, in a better way.
This World Labour Day (1 May), Autocar Professional will host a webinar at 11:00 am where industry leaders across segments will delve on the changes that manufacturing and skilling in the automotive sector are likely to see in the coming months, and how one can prepare for them.
To register and attend the webinar, click on: https://bit.ly/3eXrVwa
Speakers in the webinar are:
– Vijay Kalra, Head, Mahindra Institute of Quality and Ex-Chief of Manufacturing Operations- Automotive Division, M&M,
Nikunj Sanghi, chairman, ASDC,
Ramashankar Pandey, MD, Hella India Lighting,
Rohan Rathod, MD, Delux Bearings,
Ashim Sharma, Partner & Group Head - Business Performance Improvement (Auto, Engineering & Logistics), Nomura Research Institute.
The professionals will provide broad-ranging viewpoints and perspectives which we are quite sure will be beneficial for all attendees as they prepare to resume operations, gradually.
A senior healthcare professional will also join in the discussion to share healthcare related inputs, incorporating which could also enhance well-being and productivity.