Back to the Future: Manufacturing Beyond Covid-19
Key Findings for a Resilient Sector in the New Normal
The World Manufacturing Foundation,
in collaboration with 13 different focus groups, each with a team of experts, has analysed the key impacts of the pandemic to the sector.
We looked into four key perspectives, to answer important questions:
How does the workplace in the “new normal”
What skills would workers need?
How does it impact the role of women?
Industrial Smart Working
Professor of People Management
and Organisation at School of Management, Politecnico di Milano
Women in Manufacturing
Director of Technology,
Innovation and Sustainability, SPRI – Business Development Agency of the Basque Government
Skills and Mindset
Professor of Advanced Manufacturing,
Tecnológico de Monterrey, (Mexico),
Ambassador for the Manufacturing
What are the policies to support companies
to help them respond to the ongoing pandemic?
What policies are needed to support global value chains?
How can policies be aligned in the regional,
national, and global levels?
Who wins and who loses
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Digital Advisor, Confindustria Delegation to the EU,
Member of the Steering Committee, World Manufacturing Foundation
From the pandemic to the New Normal Rethinking Policies: Fiscal and Monetary Responses to the Pandemic
Associate Professor of Economic Policy, Università LIUC – Carlo Cattaneo
Assistant Professor of Economic Policy, Università LIUC – Carlo Cattaneo
New Industrial Relations: How manufacturing will change in a post-Covid world
CSR/Social Sustainability Expert, Employment, Welfare & Human Capital Department, Confindustria
Rethinking Strategies and Public Support at Regional Level after the Pandemic
Shira Fano, Silvia Oliva, Gianluca Toschi
Researcher, Senior Researcher, Senior Researcher Fondazione Nord Est
How to build supply chains that are more resilient to pandemics in the future?
How to respond to changing demand?
What is the role of manufacturing clusters?
The future of manufacturing clusters
Fernando G. Alberti
Professor and Director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness, Università LIUC – Carlo Cattaneo Italy
Changing demand in a post Covid-19 world, how can manufacturers keep up?
General Director, DIH Lombardia
Sourcing and Procurement of supplies during disruptions
Executive Manager, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (South Africa), Ambassador for the World Manufacturing Foundation
Director of Strategies, IMSI – Intelligent Manufacturing Systems International (USA),
Member of the Board of Directors,
World Manufacturing Foundation
How digital technologies can be leveraged
upon to support manufacturing during times
and Manufacturing 4.0
Managing Director, Integris Software,
Ambassador and Member of the Steering Committee, World Manufacturing Foundation
President, ANIMP – Associazione Nazionale
di Impiantistica Industriale
(National Association for Industrial Plants) (Italy)