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Digitization, automation and transformation are impacting every industry, disrupting skills and creating new jobs. Manufacturing has always been at the vanguard, with new roles appearing as fast as others become obsolete. ManpowerGroup and AmCham Ho Chi Minh City will join forces to organize webinar “The Future Factory” whereby leading experts will share their valuable insights on the future factories and how to prepare for this transformation.
Digital for organizations
Manufacturing has undergone many transformations, from dirty, dark and dangerous to advanced, digital and connected. We have mapped four technical generations of manufacturing.
Today we are on the cusp of the third generation, characterized by the transformational power of radical improvements in connected systems and machine learning.
The rate of change is accelerating rapidly. It took nearly three-quarters of a century to move on from Gen Zero, yet the next shift was achieved in half that time. Gen Two began in 2005 and by 2020, we expect to be fully immersed in Gen Three.
The Impact of Transformation on the Manufacturing organization
Almost half of all roles in manufacturing (49%) will need to change within the next three-to-five years as the industry transitions to become fully digital. Our workforce analysis identified 165 new and evolving roles across seven areas of technical expertise — what we refer to as “domains”.
Within the seven domains, specific roles can be mapped to the impact they make on the organizations and the way they connect. The evolution of roles is both diverse and significant – future roles are wide-ranging and varied.
65% of all jobs that Generation Z (born in 1996 and after) will do don’t exist yet.
Mapping the Skills that will Power Manufacturing
New technologies and automation are impacting the need for more advanced digital manufacturing jobs. The digitization of manufacturing is creating a need for people with more advanced skills. Roles requiring advanced digital skills such as automation, instrumentation and robotics are on the rise in the coming 3 years as a result of the disruption.
Who Should Attend
This webinar is ideal for VPs, CEOs, Division Heads, Senior Managers in Human Resources, Operations, Productions and Organizational Development. It is also useful for professionals dealing with change management, strategic planning, talent management, learning and development.
Mr. Simon Matthews – Country Manager, ManpowerGroup Vietnam, Thailand & Middle East
Mr. Kim Huat Ooi – Vice President, Manufacturing & Operations General Manager, Intel Products Vietnam
Mr. Todd Yates, Technical Director, Nestle Vietnam
Panel discussion hosted by Ms. Mary Tarnowka, Executive Director, AmCham Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh City
Reservations/cancellations must be received by 24 hours before the event, and must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.
Country Manager of ManpowerGroup Malaysia,
Director & Executive Sponsor, TAPFIN – Asia Pacific & Middle East
A Chemical Engineer by training; and over 20 years’ experience in the HR services industry in Europe, the Middle East and Asia; Sam has a wealth of experience in the implementation of HR solutions and best practices gained from working with a wide range of local and multinational organizations.Sam joined ManpowerGroup in 1999 and headed up the Manpower Singapore operation till March 2003. In 2003 Sam was appointed Regional Account Director with the Manpower Asia regional office and promoted to Field Development Director for Asia Pacific in 2007.In 2011, Sam was promoted to Managing Director of Experis, the ManpowerGroup’s professional services arm, for Asia Pacific and theMiddle East, whilst retaining responsibility for the ManpowerGroup operations in Malaysia. In 2014 Sam took over responsibility for ManpowerGroup’s Managed Services solutions including development and delivery of MSP solutions in Asia Pac & the Middle East. He is the regional sponsor forMSP and Sales. Sam joined the executive committee of the Call Centre Council of Singapore (CCCS) in 1999, became chairman in 2002 and led theformation of the Contact Centre Association of Singapore (CCAS) and remained as Chairman till 2009 when he relocated to Malaysia. Sam is a regular speaker on trends in the changing world of work including trends in talent attraction and retention, how to drive productivity of the workforce and re-skilling talent to meet the demands of rapidly changing work environment. Sam has advised government agencies on re-skilling workforces and establishing long term strategies to address skill shortages.
Kim Huat Ooi
Vice President, Manufacturing and Operations General Manager,
Intel Products Vietnam
Kim Huat (KH) Ooi is Vice President in Manufacturing and Operations and General Manager of Intel Products Vietnam (IPV). As the General Manager, KH sets the vision for Intel Products Vietnam and drives Intel’s long-term business interests in Vietnam. His responsibilities include overseeing factory operations and employee relations; enriching the Intel image and brand; building strategic relationships with communities, media, governments, and local authorities; and working with the industry ecosystem, government, and society. KH has 34 years of industry experience in semiconductor engineering and manufacturing operations, and most recently held the role of general manager of Penang (Malaysia) Assembly and Test Operations at Intel. Apart from Intel, KH has also worked briefly at Broadcom Inc. as VP of worldwide quality and as COO of Globetronics, Malaysia. Earlier in his Intel career, KH spent six years as a factory manager responsible for operational performance for Intel Atom SoC, networking and communications and chipset products. He also held various roles responsible for manufacturing quality and has earned two Intel Achievement Awards in his career, the first related to processor platform validation on the Intel Pentium® processor, and the second for his contributions to lead-free manufacturing systems.KH holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Technical Director, Nestle Vietnam
Leading the Ensuring Supply business stream in Nestlé Vietnam as Technical Director responsible for the Nestlé owned factory Operations and co-manufacturing networks, his role is to define the industrial strategy of the Market and encompass the areas of Quality, Safety health and environment, Capital Investment, Maintenance, Operational excellence, TPM, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, water resources, Packaging Sustainability, industrial relations, Innovation-Renovation / new products development.Todd has 25 years of experience in the FMCG industry with Nestlé businesses across a broad range of Technical Functions. Developing within Nestlé through many Technical roles in Engineering, Industrial Performance, Production Management & I&R roles, Todd has experienced product categories including Confectionery, Dairy, Ice Cream, Coffee and Health Science and worked across geographies firstly in Australia, Papua New Guinea & USA markets, and for the last 4 years in regional roles based out of Singapore, Switzerland and now in Nestle Vietnam.
AmCham Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh City
Prior to her time with AmCham Vietnam, Mary worked extensively to help U.S. businesses thrive in Asia. As U.S. Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City from August 2016 to July 2019, she oversaw a period of tremendous growth in the U.S. comprehensive partnership, including two unprecedented visits by a U.S. president to Vietnam in 18 months. Mary actively promoted mutual peace, prosperity, and people-to-people ties in central and southern Vietnam. She particularly focused on strengthening the bilateral trade and investment partnership in the dynamic southern region.Mary was a member of the senior Foreign Service, with decades of experience in Asia, including postings in Seoul, Delhi, Shanghai, and Taipei, as well as at the State Department’s China Desk and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. Prior to joining the State Department, Mary worked as a Certified Public Accountant and Manager at KPMG’s International and High Tech Tax Division in San Francisco.