How will Robots Change our World – The Future of Automation in Manufacturing and Logistics, and the Impact on Employment and Investments.
Johannes Moenius, Ph.D., Professor of Global Business at the University of Redlands and a rising national name in economic transition to automation will speak on Thursday, June 24th, from 3:50-5:00 p.m. at the Manufacturers’ Council of the Inland Empire virtual “Happy Hour” event.
Manufacturers and their supporters will learn what to expect in the coming years as automation technologies arise across the world and how they can adapt to the changes.
Interested individuals from all industries are welcome to reserve their spot at https://mfgcouncilie.com/events/ at no cost.
Professor Moenius will discuss the changes in the workforce demands for the short, medium, and long term, training that will be needed to fill new occupations, the cost benefit from the strained effect of automation, the critical issue of retaining higher level and retirement age employees.
Not to be missed, this program will be a data-driven look into the future, with critical information for strategic planners in manufacturing occupations and related industries.
The Manufacturers’ Council, offers monthly “Happy Hour” Zoom conferences for attendees to learn valuable information about the industry and how to help their companies’ thrive, and is funded in major part by a grant from the California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC).
The Manufacturers’ Council of the Inland Empire (MCIE) supports education and workforce training on behalf of manufacturers throughout the region, offering expertise in a variety of topics including innovative workforce solutions. Resources and problem-solving strategies, that are provided through MCIE membership, generate positive economic impacts to employers, employees, students (from grade school through college), and the community at large. For more on events, or to register, visit MFGCouncilie.com.