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Industry 4.0 is now gathering momentum globally. According to the 2016 Industry 4.0 global survey conducted by PwC, nearly three-quarters of respondents foresaw a high level of digitalization in their companies over the next five years. However, in McKinsey’s 2017 digital manufacturing global expert survey, companies also pointed out that the lack of a clear vision, strategy, and a systematic roadmap were the most significant challenges hindering Industry 4.0 adoption. Based on a 2017 study conducted in partnership with Accenture, seven out of ten manufacturers from the energy, chemicals, and utility sectors plan to deploy Industry 4.0 solutions by 2020. Companies also regard Industry 4.0 as a lever to boost both organizational efficiency and business productivity. However, the pace of Industry 4.0 adoption is uneven across different industries and companies. Companies both globally and locally are grappling with the concept of Industry 4.0 and the value it could bring. For these companies, questions such as What is Industry 4.0, and how can it benefit my company? Where should I start? What are my gaps today and where are the opportunities tomorrow? Remain unanswered. Industry 4.0 will create digital networks and ecosystems that in many cases, will span the globe but still retain distinct regional footprints. Both developed and developing markets stand to gain dramatically. Industry 4.0 offers a variety of solutions to optimize, from optimized asset usage and smoother manufacturing processes to better logistics and inventory management. Industry 4.0, smart factories, supply chains, connected customers, real-time alignment, etc., everything is about data, from actual operations to delivering a product to an end customer and beyond. Building an organizational culture that facilitates the ongoing creation of new value is not rocket science. But it requires a fundamental change in perspective on the part of the organization’s leadership and management, a move that will challenge current management practices, including how a manager’s performance is measured and evaluated. To be successful in a 4.0 World, organizations will now need to evaluate their managers and leaders not only based on what they have delivered but also by the readiness of their teams to perform in an unknown future. Contrary to popular belief, winning in the Fourth Industrial Revolution is not about speed but it’s about non-stop strategic change that continually advances the organization toward its stated goals.
Learn the basic framework of the new Industry 4.0 transformation versus the previous three phases.
Learn the advanced technology which enables the new revolution towards Smart Factory concepts.
Learn about the transformation framework and key challenges for the change process
Learn the overview of the various field of core technology such as IoT, Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, Cybersecurity, Additive Manufacturing, Autonomous COBOT, Artificial Intelligence, and Augmented Reality.
Executive and above
Come with open-minded and ready to embrace change
Welcome From Our Coach
Our Training Rules
We Are In A Digital Age-New Era
Overview Of The Training Modules
Overview Of the Key Objectives and Key Takeaways
Discussion # 1
Four Phases Of The Industrial Revolution
The 3 Levels of Cyber-Physical System (CPS)
Cyber-Physical System Assignment
Overview of The Current GAP Within Supply versus Demand
Why the Industry 4.0 transformation must happen now?
What are the common pain points in Manufacturing sectors?
Benchmarking with Malaysia’s Industry4WRD policy
Discussion # 2
Understanding The Concepts of Real-Time Connectivity and Internet
Key Industry 4.0 Technology and Design Principles
Discussion # 3
Autonomous Robot Pillar
Additive Manufacturing Pillar
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Pillar
Cloud Computing Pillar
Big Data Analytics Pillar
Cyber Security Pillar
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Pillar
Augmented Reality Pillar
New Business Model Pillar
Horizontal and Vertical Integration Pillar
Digital Supply Network (DSN) Pillar
Industry 4.0 Transformation Overall Key Challenges
Key Challenges Related to the ROI
Key Challenges Related To Talent Gap
What Are the Criterias For Smart People and Smart Factory?
Discussion # 4
Success Stories and Case Studies
6-Key Elements For a Complete Change Process
Change Cycle and Lead by Love Quadrant Approach
Recap, Conclusion and Final Quiz
Ts. Azhar Md Nayan has over 2 decades of experience and accomplishments in a Senior Management capacity in the Multinational Corporation (MNC) primarily accountable for Global Supply Chain Management, New Product/Process Development, Plant Management, Virtual Factory Management, Workforce/Industrial Transformation program and talent development program. Mr Azhar has managed and lead cross functional organization such as R&D, NPI and Supply Chain group across the globe on new product development and transfer in many countries within Asia, Europe and USA. Mr Azhar graduated from Bradley University, Peoria Illinois USA (1994) in Engineering and since then has served various sectors including heavy industries, Disk Drive Storage, Semiconductors products in Wireless Communication, Motion controller, Optoelectronics and Photomask engineering. Mr Azhar has also held different management roles in Multinational Corporations (MNCs) including Equipment Manager, Engineering Manager, New Product Introduction and Development Manager, Supply Chain Manager. He was the former General Manager and Managing Director of Hoya Electronics Sdn Bhd a Japanese MNCs, before leaving the industry to fully focus on providing training and consultancy services. He is now the founder of Smart Digital Network Sdn Bhd and Industry Fivedot Zero Consulting Sdn Bhd. Mr Azhar has spent substantial amount of time in providing training on technical problem solving tools, change management and personal self-development such as Critical Thinking, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) pillars, Problem Solving Tools such as 8D+1D, PDCA, FMEA, DMAIC, Lean Manufacturing Concepts and waste management and the latest on the fourth industrial revolution’s training development, problem solving, strategic program planning and talent development. Aside from being a Professional Trainer, Mr Azhar is also a Trained Coach by International Coaching Federation (ICF) and a member of USA and Malaysia Coaching Chapter. Mr Azhar is also the Master Trainer who has trained and certified the Industry4WRD Readiness Assessment assessors for Malaysia.