Industry 4.0 creates an entirely different work environment, one where traditional leadership skills and capabilities will no longer be sufficient. A new type of leader needs to optimize organizational performance in the world of digitalization.
Steel makers are no strangers to technology and innovation, a reality that will prove instrumental as they work to meet the evolving needs within the energy market.
Further incentives would help with manufacturing mask filtration material, which requires deep materials-science and engineering expertise.
The Japanese automaker confirmed it would invest $210 million to add a third shift of engine production.
Their interactions in the global marketplace cut across international boundaries far more effectively than any single government’s policies.
The Defense Department formed a strategic agreement to source chips from GlobalFoundries' Malta, New York, semiconductor foundry.
Five of President Biden's first executive orders with implications for U.S. industry