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Leadership in the Age of Digital Disruption

last modified Apr 11, 2017 11:23 AM
In an article for The Manufacturer, Professor Andy Neely takes a look at the five key issues manufacturing industry leaders should focus on if they want to survive in the age of digital disruption.

In this article written for The Manufacturer, Andy Neely discusses the five questions that organisations should focus on in this new manufacturing revolution. They are: 

  1. Get a new perspective
  2. Keep learning
  3. Keep innovating
  4. Keep collaborating
  5. Keep evolving

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