Global Future Council on Advanced Manufacturing and Production


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Global Future Council on Advanced Manufacturing and Production[1]SEE PAGE 9 – 11 http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GFC_Annual_Report_2019_2020.pdf

MANDATE AND OBJECTIVES

Technological advances and innovation in manufacturing are transforming factories and enabling a new generation of partnerships and business models to drive sustainable economic growth. The Global Future Council on Advanced Manufacturing and Production gathered the foremost experts from around the world to focus on critical business, societal and environmental issues related to the future of manufacturing. It acted as a sounding board that identifies future trends, challenges and related solutions to position leaders at the forefront of ongoing

COUNCIL OUTPUTS

– Launched a new effort on new business models enabled by advanced manufacturing, and published a white paper on Winning the Race for Survival: How New Manufacturing Technologies are Driving Business-Model Innovation

– Kicked off an initiative to drive speed and scale of implementation of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, where partners of the Forum’s Platform for Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production and members of its Global Lighthouse Network can share solutions, enablers and lessons learned through a digital common space

– Working on a white paper on Rebuilding from COVID: Transforming business and operating models in the manufacturing and production ecosystem to drive new value for all stakeholders (to be published in October 2020) 

PUBLISHED SIX WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM AGENDA BLOGS:

1.0 How supply chain transparency can help businesses make the right calls by Leanne Kemp, Chief Executive Officer, Everledger, United Kingdom

2.0 Here are 6 myths about the future of sustainable development; Here’s how a circular economy could change the world by 2030 by Leanne Kemp, Chief Executive Officer, Everledger, United Kingdom

3.0 A better answer to the ventilator shortage as the pandemic rages on by Torbjørn Netland, Chair of Production and Operations Management, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

4.0 How China can rebuild global supply chain resilience after COVID-19 by Francisco Betti, Head of Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production, World Economic Forum; and Jun Ni, Shien-Ming Wu Collegiate Professor of Manufacturing Science; Honorary Dean, UM-SJTU Joint Institute, University of Michigan, USA

5.0 Creating a better future for garment manufacturing in Bangladesh by Rubana Huq, Chairperson, Mohammadi Group, Bangladesh, et al.

6.0 Winning the Race for Survival: How New Manufacturing Technologies are Driving Business-Model Innovation

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References

1 SEE PAGE 9 – 11 http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GFC_Annual_Report_2019_2020.pdf

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