Lately, here at Propel, we’ve been talking a lot about the future of manufacturing. We’ve all been reflecting and looking forward as the pandemic continues to swell around the world.
From having to make the majority switch to remote work to finding new suppliers and manufacturing partners, the impacts of coronavirus will be felt for decades to come.
Black swan events like the pandemic, the Indian Ocean Tsunami, and the rapid rise of the internet all have similar things in common: they’re seemingly unpredictable yet, upon reflection, weren’t so random as once believed.
So… what’s the next black swan event?
We can only predict what’s next by analyzing what’s currently happening across manufacturing.
That’s why we’ve put together The 2021 Modern Manufacturing Report. We’ve outlined current trends, events, and ideas to predict what’s going to happen next across all sectors of the value chain.
From China’s Belt and Road Initiative to Industry 4.0, we go deep into the topics impacting manufacturing leaders around the world.