Wednesday, 8 March 2017
6:30pm - 7:45pm
Cost: Free event
When we think of the word “manufacturing”, an image which might spring to mind is that of an endless platform of machines -- all whirring away as human robots in smocks and masks perform a repetitive series of movements, which end up with an unidentifiable auto part being spit out of a pipe.
But what surprises about manufacturing lie behind this stereotype? What, besides machines and assembly lines, are pivotal in defining the history of manufacturing? Certainly how bad management can bring a factory to its knees or how espionage and the fight for intellectual property can make or break a company; how human relationships are a huge factor in industry. These themes, including anecdotes and entertaining bits of information presented by our speaker will bring a new meaning to the word “manufacturing.”
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