Chances of 2 people in 70 having same birthday? Managing Risk in Banking and Financial Services

Compliance is Dead. How to build trust. Reputation of banks and financial services. Compliance Risks

Life's too short to do things you don't believe in! Why passionate belief in the true value of what you are selling or doing is the number one key to success. Secret of all leadership and marketing - keynote for 1100 people in Vilnius October 2021

Why you can't innovate on Zoom or Teams meetings - Innovation means breathing same air, in same room

Why the key to rapid innovation is team diversity - survey global CEOs. Innovation keynote speaker

Future Manufacturing 5.0. Lessons from personal life for all manufacturers. Manufacturing Keynote

Future of Manufacturing: diagnostics; predictive analytics, little data and cybersecurity. Keynote

Manufacturing 5 0: The truth about robots, robotics and automation. Future of Manufacturing Keynote

Manufacturing 5.0 - why Manufacturing 4.0 not enough. Agility and Innovation: Manufacturing Keynote

Future of Manufacturing 5.0 - hyperconnected, sustainable factories and supply chains + human beings

80% of sales are won or lost in 3 seconds - Future of Marketing Keynote Speaker - Pardavimu formule

Trust is the Most Important Thing You Sell. Reputational risk - leadership, health, retail keynote

Future of Manufacturing 5.0, replacing Manufacturing 4.0. Logistics / supply chains, Robotics, Automation, Industry 4.0

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Future of Manufacturing 5.0, replacing Manufacturing 4.0. The 5th Industrial Revolution, hyperconnected factories, logistics and supply chain management, robotics and automation - keynote speaker: articles / videos and keynote conference presentations. Patrick Dixon is one of the world's best-known Futurist keynote speakers, has worked with hundreds of the world's largest manufacturers and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today. Clients include Airbus, General Electric, Siemens, General Motors, Ford, Toshiba, Phillips, Nokia, GSK, Novartis, Sanofi, Unilever, Intel, Dassault Falcon, Fedex, DHL, Rexam, Tetrapak and Ikea. Patrick Dixon has given Futurist keynotes on manufacturing and related issues at events in North America, Central America, Latin America, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Baltic States, Scandinavia, Africa, Central Asia, South East Asia and Asia Pacific.

 

Carbon Zero Manufacturing: how global companies will race ahead of governments to deliver net zero carbon products. Factory strategies for Net Zero Emissions. Future of Manufacturing Keynote Speaker

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Get ready for the Net Zero Manufacturing Revolution which will run faster and stronger than Manufacturing 4.0 ever did.

Expect 100,000 manufacturing innovations to reduce energy consumption, reduce embodied carbon in manufacturers products, and drive sales by proving better environmental standards.  

These changes in manufacturing will happen much faster than government regulations, just like we saw in other sectors such as food safety, food labelling, animal welfare in farming and food traceability.

Expect massive pressures up and down supply chains from larger manufacturers who will be required to report on the carbon emissions per product manufactured.

Concerns about climate emergency has increased during the COVID pandemic, and this will be a very long term change.  It was just an acceleration of year on year growing concerns.

What would it take for concern about climate emergency to turn into a global "war" against climate change?

Extract from future of manufacturing 5.0 keynote for New Mexico Advanced Manufacturing Summit.

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Are robots really about to take over the world? Why sales of robots have grown slowly. Future of AI / Artificial intelligence. Impact of robots and automation on jobs / unemployment and economic growth - robotics and AI keynote speaker

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Despite all the talk of robots taking over most menial jobs and putting tens of millions out of work, the growth of robots in factories has been slow – up from 92,000 to a mere 387,000 a year from 2000 to 2017. A third of that increase was in 2017. Compare this to growth of smartphones, for instance, and the pace is still snail-like. Sales of such robots are likely to increase by around 10-15% a year – mostly confined to the auto industry, which owns most robots in America. Robots will become cheaper and more intelligent, but smaller models will still cost over $20,000 each in 2020.

Expect rapid growth in military robots – with tens of thousands of drones owned by the Pentagon alone, raising the prospect of swarms of small, semi-autonomous flying robots being thrown into the air above a major battle zone. “Suicide drones” will soon be available on the open market, able to fly 80 miles an hour, to detonate explosives at any target 40 miles away.

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Future of Global Trade, Logistics and Supply Chain Management- scandal of empty containers and boom in regional trade v global. Reducing supply chain risks and disruptions from more global events like the COVID pandemic - keynote speaker

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Manufacturing 4.0 is not enough, nor the hyper-connected world of Manufacturing 5.0. We need agility, rapid innovation and dynamic responses to disruptions.  Yet in many ways, the fundamentals of logistics and supply chain management are changing relatively slowly. 

For example, Moving a container 150km by lorry from Birmingham to Southampton costs the same as moving the same container 10,000km by sea from Southampton to Beijing. It is cheaper to transport melons from Istanbul to Naples than to drive melons from a village up in the Italian mountains, to the same market.  This overwhelmingly huge difference in freight costs will be one of the single greatest drivers of future global trade, despite increased energy costs. It is the primary reason why global trade has grown at twice the rate of global production over the last 30 years.

Look out for trade growth in Latin America and Africa – both of which have huge manufacturing potential close to the sea. Areas with major container ports will on average grow up to 40% faster over the next three decades than cities, regions or nations that are landlocked.

Expect over $28 trillion a year of global trade by 2030, up from more than $18 trillion in 2019. Global trade will continue to grow around 25-35% faster on average than the entire global economy. For two decades, the use of shipping containers grew twice as fast as international trade, as companies seized the opportunity to be more efficient. But the container revolution is now complete, and so the growth difference will ease.

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Impact of COVID on strategies for Manufacturing, Logistics and Supply Chains. Board strategy reviews for manufacturing. Coronavirus keynote speaker

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

What will be the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on manufacturing, logistics and supply chains? As a physician by first training and Futurist advisor / keynote speaker on manufacturing trends and logistics strategy to over 400 of the world's largest 2000 companies, across every industry and region, with a proven track record of longer term forecasting over the last 25+ years, here are some guiding principles to the future of manufacturing, logistics and supply chains as a result of Coronavirus / COVID-19.

I predicted many times future global threats from new pandemics

I have warned for over two decades about significant threats to manufacturing, logistics and supply chains from new mutant viruses which appear roughly once a year, usually emerging in Southern China (for reasons unclear), just one of many potential Wild Cards that could strike down successful global manufacturing business.  For example, when the SARS outbreak began to threaten our world in 2003, my media warnings about the threats from new mutant viruses reached an audience of over 300 million.

Read more: Impact of COVID on strategies for Manufacturing, Logistics and Supply Chains. Board strategy reviews for manufacturing. Coronavirus keynote speaker

   

Future of Industry 5.0, Manufacturing, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, managing risks, saving costs, seizing new markets - Futurist keynote video for NMMEP manufacturing conference

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Keynote on Future of Manufacturing and Industry 5.0 - for New Mexico MEP. Topics covered include the 4th Industrial Revolution, managing uncertainty Future of Manufacturing 4.0; Digital Enterprises 4.0. Future of robotics. Future of 3D printing. Impact of online and mobile e-commerce on retail supply chains and customer expectations. Impact of global scale on manufacturing. Future of niche manufacturing, self-diagnosing and self-healing factory assembly lines. Why supply chains are becoming more regionalised.  Why radical changes are coming to manufacturing in China. Impact of digital tracking on manufacturing, and supply chain management.  Why Little Data is even more important than Big Data.  Truth about cyber-risks. Future of green tech innovation and green tech impact on every aspect of manufacturing.  Simple ways to cut more than 50% of road haulage energy use.

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Future Manufacturing 4.0: personal guided tour of Toyota factory assembly line by Futurist Patrick Dixon - innovation, robotics, AI, Big Data, just-in-time, ultra lean efficiency - manufacturing / Industry 4.0 keynote speaker - VIDEO

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Manufacturing innovation trends - how manufacturing is changing. Lessons from Toyota assembly lines for fork lift trucks. How to optimise factory production with just-in-time and hundreds of small enhancements with huge total impact, using predictive analytics and Big Data. How to harness human genius in the workforce to make things faster and more reliably. Key manufacturing trends presented by Futurist keynote speaker Patrick Dixon - tour of Toyota factory site in Mjölby, Sweden.

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Future of Manufacturing 4.0 + Industry 4.0. Automation, robotics, AI, Big Data and Internet of Things. Impact on manufacturing, logistics and supply chain. Factory visit to Serge Ferrari (make roofing membranes) before Futurist keynote by Patrick Dixon

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Comment on visit to Serge Ferrari factory.

They make a stunning range of membranes for things like canopies over concert halls or football stadiums. It's easy to get swept along by a story about high-tech, digital controls. automation and robotics but the future of manufacturing is also about inspiring people to achieve new levels of excellence and performance, reliability and cost control. Yes we need all these digital tools, but you still need people to design, install, monitor and manage, and that means motivating high performance teams every day to make the difference.

"I always enjoy factory visits - the physicality of it all is exciting, with perfection the constant goal, every time, without interruption in a continuous process which is always astonishing to watch".

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Future Industry 4.0 - robotics, automation, AI, logistics, supply chains - manufacturing keynote by Futurist speaker - VIDEO

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Comment at BEMAS innovation / maintenance / asset management awards.

Celebrating improvements in reliability and efficiency, engineering, maintenance. Predictive maintenance schedules.

How to use artificial intelligence to predict factory failures. Industry examples in energy, book printing, telcos. Infosys predictive analytics - using microphones and analysing sound patterns to predict imminent catastrophe and risks on oil rigs.

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10 Truths about Brexit - cut through the media nonsense and political posturing. Why longer term impact will be less than many think. How border issues between UK and Ireland will be resolved - in event of a No Deal Brexit. ARTICLE

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Many of my previous predictions have turned out to be correct as of September 2018: for example no immediate economic meltdown, fall in currency leads to rise in exports and so on.  

Here is a common sense view of what is likely to happen in the event that the EU and UK fail to achieve an agreement before the UK leaves the EU.  

1. The pound will fall further against the Euro

This will make all exports of goods and services even more affordable for other nations to buy, and will make imports even more expensive.  If the pound falls a further 10% post Brexit, then the total fall since the vote to leave will be 25%.

2. EU import taxes will be almost irrelevant to UK exports

Let us take an average tax of 5% on any UK goods imported into the EU from the UK, and the other way round.  How much impact would that actually have when you take the new exchange rate into account?

British goods will be net 20% cheaper for French or German people to buy than before.  That's huge by any measure.

French and German goods will be net 30% more expensive for British people to buy.  Even more significant.

Net impact: far greater on companies exporting to the UK.  In any case, the rest of the world takes more UK goods than the EU, and the EU is rapidly falling as an export destination.

Read more: 10 Truths about Brexit - cut through the media nonsense and political posturing. Why longer term impact will be less than many think. How border issues between UK and Ireland will be resolved - in event of a No Deal Brexit. ARTICLE

   

Future of Manufacturing - key trends including logistics / supply chain and sustainable manufacturing - keynote speaker

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Future of manufacturing – articles, videos and presentations on the future of manufacturing by Futurist conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon, presentations for companies such as Siemens, Gillette, Nokia, Ford, Toshiba, HP, General Electric and Airbus. Issues for manufacturers: controlling risks and quality in outsourcing and offshoring, supply chain management, prices of raw materials – especially energy. Finding next generation efficiencies – perfection in process management. Future of engineering and robotics, 3D modeling, faster prototyping, speed to market and innovation. Sustainability: protecting the environment in a profitable way. Need a world-class manufacturing keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now

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Future of Logistics and Supply Chain Management globally / in Mexico - why supply chains are getting shorter, nearshoring, and impact on manufacturing

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Future of logistics and supply chain management for audience of Mexico corporate executives. Supply chain innovations, future of retail and e-commerce, future of wholesale, manufacturing trends, future of Mexican economy, US economy and future global economy. Innovation in supply chain management.

Why supply chain management is becoming more complex with growing numbers of risks of disruption of longer supply chains - and why near shoring of manufacturing will continue to grow. Regional manufacturing clusters, manufacturing hubs - examples in auto industry and computer manufacturing.Press link below to see slides of Mexican keynote on supply chain management and innovation and also video of a Q and A session. Need a world-class keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now

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Turn Green into Gold - Sustainable Business - how innovations in manufacturing and energy production are saving resources, and protecting our future

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

More than $40 trillion will be spent over the next 30 years as nations adapt to climate change and other environmental concerns. The future will be driven not by technology or innovation but by emotion – by the choices of ordinary men and women and the passion they feel about these things. They are already influencing companies and governments, who are changing at astonishing speed. Just 3 years ago it was hard to find a national leader who was talking about climate change. No it is hard to find one that does not. That’s today. Expect more tomorrow. So how can CIOs, software and hardware integrators, system analysts and others help turn Green into Gold?

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Future of Packaging Industry - 10 key packaging trends to improve marketing, cut material costs, save time, reduce waste and improve customer experience

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Future of packaging – articles, videos and presentations on the future of packaging by Futurist conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon. The packaging industry will continue to face relentless and growing pressures from manufacturers, wholesalers, logistics and supply chain companies, retailers, government regulators and above all from consumers, to look great, prevent damage, reduce cost, cut waste and reduce energy use. Expect: rapid innovation in packaging materials, production, smart tracking, recycling efficiency and energy reduction.

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Future of logistics, supply chain management, freight, manufacturing - keynote speaker on logistics and supply chain trends

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Future of logistics and supply chain management. Future of national post offices and postal service monopolies. DHL, Fedex and UPS global competition for just-in-time courier services. Growth of air freight, alternative delivery services. Deregulation of delivery services. Distribution and supplies of components, raw materials and finished products. Package and parcel RFID tracking technologies and RFID controversy. Road, rail, air and shipping comparative costs. Inflation and outsourcing. Overnight delivery and same day delivery services - growing demand. Pharmacies and garages lead way. Integration of EPOS data. Planning security of supplies and risk management. Online tracking and tracing of products. Integration into global supply chain, suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, warehouses, retail.

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Future of Global Trade, manufacturing, supply chain and containerisation. Why every global manufacturer will manage their supply chains differently in future and why many jobs will return to developed nations - keynote for Maersk

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

This keynote was presented on a vast, wide screen, hence the unusual format. Future of global trade, containers, containerisation, shipping, freight, supply chain management, manufacturing, wholesale, retail, white goods, consumer goods, e-commerce, future of retail. Keynote lecture by Patrick Dixon for Maersk outlining key trends including near shoring, outsourcing, offshoring, future of manufacturing in China, rest of Asia and Latin America. Economics of global trade and how regional trade will grow.  Clustering of supply chains.  South to South trade in components for assembly within same region.  Future impact of demographics on global trade.   Why nations without container ports will see 40% less economic growth than nations that are fully containerised, with excellent shipping routes.  Why growth in container usage as a proportion of global trade will fall. Impact of e-commerce on retail trade, logistics and supply chain management with rapid growth of home delivery as well as click and collect.  Impact of energy saving and green tech innovation on global trade, manufacturing and supply chains.  Better use of empty trucks and containers. Impact on manufacturing and supply chain of the Internet of Things.

Need a global trade keynote speaker? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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