In a raft of publications and various media, Industry 4.0 - the ever-increasing digitisation of products, services and value chains - is promising business value on a daily basis. All over the globe, Industry 4.0 has become an increasingly dominant topic of conversation, both at the workplace, and outside. Globalisation and as a result growing competition are placing pressure on companies to remain competitive and find a means of dealing with the challenges. Digitisation, big data, artificial intelligence, robotics and intelligent sensors would seem to suggest that Industry 4.0 is nothing more than a technological revolution and as a consequence, a question of financial investment in new technology equipment. We ask ourselves if that is truly the case.

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  • Does data connectivity really contribute to your results?
  • Why is connectivity within the value chain viewed as the Holy Grail for organisational success?
  • Why should organisations be focusing on data based decision-making?
  • Is it a general truth that more data creates more value?
  • Does business success correlate directly with the volume of data generated within a smart factory?
  • How can you successfully reap the benefits from the data flood?
  • Will digital tools do the job of creating that value?
  • Why stabilise your processes before even thinking about investing in smart tools? 
  • How to create the data analytics capabilities of tomorrow?

Download this whitepaper today and learn from the experts of R&G Global Consultants how Industry 4.0 is becoming an important ingredient in the implementation of business strategies.   

Industry 4.0: The huge data flood is on your doorstep 

Obviously, some executives find it easier to understand and embrace the wide range of techniques and tools, than others. We found this to be especially true of those executives who have lived and breathed Lean and Six Sigma in their daily operations.

You need to lead if you want action-driven change

Continuous Improvement methodologies like Lean and Six Sigma focus on business process improvement, team-based problem solving and broad employee engagement. Both have proven to be extremely effective, especially in large-scale manufacturing organisations. However, these management methodologies regularly appear to be hard to implement, and even harder to sustain. We can’t help wondering why.

In this white paper, we argue that CEOs and COOs would be more successful if they themselves experience Lean and Six Sigma and lead at least one project as a Black Belt. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

In this white paper, we argue that CEOs and COOs would be more successful if they themselves experience Lean and Six Sigma and lead at least one project as a Black Belt. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

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Your survival kit for staying afloat

In this white paper, we will address some of the common misconceptions about the expectations of what Industry 4.0 
will deliver. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

Industry 4.0: The huge data flood is on your doorstep  

In a raft of publications and various media, Industry 4.0 - the ever-increasing digitisation of products, services and value chains - is promising business value on a daily basis. All over the globe, Industry 4.0 has become an increasingly dominant topic of conversation, both at the workplace, and outside. Globalisation and as a result growing competition are placing pressure on companies to remain competitive and find a means of dealing with the challenges. Digitisation, big data, artificial intelligence, robotics and intelligent sensors would seem to suggest that Industry 4.0 is nothing more than a technological revolution and as a consequence, a question of financial investment in new technology equipment. We ask ourselves if that is truly the case.

Your survival kit for staying afloat

In this white paper, we will address some of the common misconceptions about the expectations of what Industry 4.0 will deliver. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

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