Virtual Masterclass

1st Annual

Workforce Management in Manufacturing 

November 17, 11:00am Eastern Standard Time, 2020

Ensuring business continuance in manufacturing during crisis situations

Understand how leading companies are successfully transitioning to remote workforces
What tools and technologies do you need to ensure your workforce is capable of thriving in this challenging enviornment
Exploring the long term impact on the manufacturing workforce

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November 17, 2020

11:00-11:10 AM est

Opening remarks

Jean Savage – Vice President, Surface Mining and Technology
11:10-11:40 Am est

State of the Union

Brian Dwyer – Vice President, Manufacturing Operations
Leadership and Manufacturing During COVID-19 and Beyond
  • Illustrating how leadership shapes the way manufacturing organizations address challenges and opportunities
  • Problem-solving and the role of leadership in creating a culture of problem-solvers
  • How have the day-to-day roles and responsibilities of senior leadership evolved in recent years? What is driving that change?
  • Discussing the importance of staying connected with the issues and people you need to understand to make informed decisions and grow as a leader
  • Creating leaders at all levels to build a bridge to the future, and what should we be doing right now to get there?
11:40AM-12:10 Pm est

Sponsor Case Study

Scott Gaddis – Vice President, Global Practice Leader – Safety and Health
COVID19 Plant Safety Improvements- Keeping Staff and Operations Safe
  • Understanding how Covid19 has changed the way manufacturers think about plant safety
  • Recognizing the human impact of unsafe working conditions
  • What tools and technologies can help you remain in operations during future health crises
  • Key techniques for engaging with your workforce to better understand their specific requirements
12:10-12:40 pm est

Focus Group Exercise 1

Unlocking the Value of Your Workforce with Better Data Management

FOCUS GROUP LEADERS:

Jean Savage Vice President, Surface Mining and Technology – Caterpillar
Simon KewSenior Vice President, Strategy and Operations – Magna
Simone Frazier Vice President, Manufacturing Development – Keurig Dr. Pepper Inc.
Morten Lundsgaard DegnVice President, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Technology – LEGO Group

Focus Group 1

Focus Group 2

Focus Group 3

Focus Group 4

12:40-1:10 pm est

Panel 1

Unlocking the Value of Your Workforce with Better Data Management

Jean Savage Vice President, Surface Mining and Technology – Caterpillar
Simon KewSenior Vice President, Strategy and Operations – Magna
Simone Frazier Vice President, Manufacturing Development – Keurig Dr. Pepper Inc.
Morten Lundsgaard DegnVice President, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Technology – LEGO Group
Scott Gaddis Vice President, Global Practice Leader – Safety and Health, Intelex

  • With an experienced and well-educated management team, anything is possible – or is it? 
  • Making the business case that without translating massive amounts of data into actionable information your best and brightest may be left in the dark
  • Unlocking the potential of your leadership team by arming them with the intelligence required to make the decisions that drive real cost savings, more engaged employees, and a culture of continuous improvement
  • Spend less time crunching data and more time analyzing useful information
1:10-1:40 pm est

Afternoon Masterclass

John Sekowski – Vice President, Danaher Business System
Sustaining and Evolving your Culture, Lessons Learned from Danaher
  • Danaher’s Culture (Danaher Business System or DBS) is who we are and how we do what we do 
  • Since 1988, Danaher’s Culture has been both consistent in purpose yet evolving as Danaher has become a Global Science & Technology company
  • From the early days doing kaizens with Shingijutsu to the more recent development of DBS Tools to support Organic Growth, Innovation and Leadership, DBS continues to evolve
  • What are some of the key lessons learned to help both sustain a high-performance culture and know when to evolve? • This pragmatic presentation will provide experienced-based knowledge, with a focus on Leadership
1:40-2:10 pm est

Sponsor Case Study

Adam Aguzzi – Vice President, Manufacturing and Value Advisory
Workforace Development Programs As An Engine For Positive Change
  • Building and operating a hands-on training system of use to every facet of your organization 
  • Creating opportunities for your workforce to learn and grow as individuals, as leaders, and as part of a team 
  • Educating your team to identify waste and impediments to productivity and value generation • Learning from your team to find the real KPIs that determine productivity, environmental performance, and cost savings 
  • Building capabilities that drive integrated improvements across quality, service, and cost outcomes
2:10-2:40 pm est

Focus Group Exercise 2

Generating High Productivity Through Training and Total Workforce Engagement

Jean Savage – Vice President, Surface Mining and Technology – Caterpillar
Simon Kew – Senior Vice President, Strategy and Operations – Magna
Simone Frazier – Vice President, Manufacturing Development – Keurig Dr. Pepper Inc.
Morten Lundsgaard Degn – Vice President, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Technology – LEGO Group

Focus Group 1

Focus Group 2

Focus Group 3

Focus Group 4

2:40-3:10 pm est

Panel 2

Generating High Productivity Through Training and Total Workforce Engagement

Jean Savage Vice President, Surface Mining and Technology – Caterpillar
Simon KewSenior Vice President, Strategy and Operations – Magna
Simone Frazier Vice President, Manufacturing Development – Keurig Dr. Pepper Inc.
Morten Lundsgaard DegnVice President, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Technology – LEGO Group
Adam AguzziVice President, Manufacturing and Value Advisory – Ceridian

  • What does investing in your people look like on a day-to-day ongoing basis?
  • How does the workforce contribute to steady cumulative improvements as the engine of long-term culture change and improved productivity?
  • Discussing motivational tools that solicit grassroots contributions: Competition, recognition, entertainment, and a sense of accomplishment
  • Offering examples where training, mentorship, job shadowing, and cycling through different job functions improves retention, job satisfaction, and contributes to improved performance
  • How far can a culture of continuous improvement and total workforce engagement permeate an organization?
3:10-3:20 pm est

Closing Remarks

Jean SavageVice President, Surface Mining and Technology
3:20 pm est

Open Networking