Complex Discrete Manufacturers must be flexible to meet fluctuating demand, but also able to contain costs regardless of the immediate production environment. To combat these pressures, digital continuous improvement is more important than ever to the Industrial Transformation (IX) success of all complex discrete manufacturers. The Aerospace and Defense sector provides a great test market to show how IX efforts should be properly directed.
Attend this IndustryWeek-hosted webcast and learn how digital continuous improvement can empower your Industrial Transformation. LNS Research President and Principal Analyst Matthew Littlefield will examine Industrial Transformation (IX) within A&D and share key research insights on digital continuous improvement that apply to all complex discrete manufacturers.
Based on LNS Research’s recent studies on Digital Lean and Industrial Transformation (IX), in this webcast, you’ll discover:
Plus, all attendees will receive a complimentary copy of LNS Research’s latest report on digital continuous improvement in complex discrete manufacturing.
Matthew Littlefield, Co-Founder and President, LNS Research
Matthew Littlefield is co-founder and President of LNS Research; in this role, he leads the organization as it fulfills its mission of driving industrial transformation. He is also a principal analyst and contributes to research across the breadth of topics covered by the firm. Littlefield is a recognized industry expert, and an active speaker and contributing author across the breadth of industry publications, associations, and events. His passion, however, is advising manufacturing executives on Industrial Transformation and Operational Excellence. Prior to LNS, Matthew spent five years with Aberdeen Group leading its global manufacturing research practice. During that time, he authored hundreds of thought leadership reports and frequently spoke at industry events. Earlier in his career, he worked for several global manufacturing organizations in engineering and shop floor management roles. Littlefield graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Economics and an MS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.
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