Aerospace | Defense | Automotive | Equipment | Construction
The business of manufacturing & industrial
With emerging technologies and new capabilities, manufacturers must adjust to the current realities of the marketplace. Companies that are able to take advantage of our new age of interconnectedness with customers, suppliers, partners and employees will emerge as the leaders of tomorrow.
But capitalizing on this new technology driven marketplace will take agility and speed. In our interviews with leaders in this space, the challenge is clear: companies must be able to balance this faster pace of innovation without risking their investments in plant and equipment.
The goal of training departments within the manufacturing industry should be focused on teaching employees how to utilize the right resources and set the right priorities that lead to profitability.
"[This training was] very helpful to understand basic financials, the perspective of executive leadership, and their priorities and how to impact those areas in my day-to-day work."
Sustainment Engineering Manager
Our manufacturing & industrial experience includes work with…
FORTUNE AND GLOBAL 500 MANUFACTURING CLIENTS
OF THE TOP 10 LARGEST MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN THE WORLD
OF THE TOP 10 AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE COMPANIES
Manufacturing & industrial leaders engage us to improve
Know the strategic direction of your organization in order to align your priorities accordingly to enable optimal impact.
Understand and effectively communicate where your organization is going and how it is doing to connect your employees’ roles to your organization’s success.
Increase your fluency of the metrics most vital to measure organizational and financial success and the key levers to pull to move the needle.
Make better, smarter, faster decisions that will drive impact and organizational success since every organization needs more employees at all levels to think like business people.
Drive better alignment and clarity of direction with the decisions you make with the organizations you lead or support. Do this by speaking the language of business and finance.
"Very informational, deep dive into the 5 Business Drivers of KIA. I enjoyed the group activities and brainstorming with my colleagues on the different group activities and seeing their opinions on where they thought KMA was excelling or needed improvement."