With 61 million members of Generation Z entering the workforce in the next decade, it is now more important than ever for manufacturers to adopt technology today. Read more from our Industrial Engineering Intern, Madeline LeFevour, about why Generation Z can help bring Industry 5.0 to manufacturing.
Automation can be scary, but implementing smart solutions that solve a pressing need and unleash the potential of people to improve productivity is a huge benefit to the manufacturing workforce. Read more from LineShift Communications and Marketing Lead, Kristen Johnson, about what Rosie the Riveter and Rosie the Robot have in common today.
Ultimately, manufactures that want to digitally transform their operations and stay competitive must cultivate a culture that promotes the ability to innovate new business models, experiment quickly, and collaborate – traits that come not from technology, but from people. Read more from LineShift Strategy & Systems Engineering Lead, Sruti Bharat, about how culture can determine how effective your tech can be.
If it can separate fact from fiction, manufacturers will be able to capitalize on opportunities to not only grow their workforce today, but to change, for the better, the way future generations see jobs in manufacturing. Read more from LineShift Communications and Marketing Lead, Kristen Johnson, about the factors contributing to the manufacturing industry’s image problem.
LineShift believes that the best time to invest in the future of your workforce was 20 years ago. The next best time is today. Read more from our co-founder and CEO, Don Meier, about how LineShift can help manufacturers solve their talent shortage.
It’s true that technology and AI are changing the manufacturing landscape. But as we dug into this problem, we found roles aren’t being removed as often as they are transformed. Read more from our co-founder, Bill Yost, about the inspiration behind LineShift.