Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

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Innovation in Manufacturing - there really IS a Future! But action needs to happen NOW!

Thursday 26 May 2011

The panel session at the National Manufacturing Week 2011 went well though with four of us on the panel, time was quite compressed. Some really good thoughts from Phillip Chindamo from AIG, Damon Cantwell from Deloitte and Erol Harvey from Minifab, delightfully chaired by Sandra George from SEBN at the City of Greater Dandenong. Rather than put everything I discussed on the web, the link below

will take you to a Mind-Map of my part of the session.  The link will take you to a new online mindmapping site called spiderwscribe which is still in beta form - you don't need to join to view the Mindmap.  Keep in mind that I'm still learning the software so no flashy diagrams in this one yet.  Link to Manufacturing Innovation Mind-Map  This panel was part of the National Manufacturing Week program


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