The factory of the future requires a flexible organisation that deploys its employees optimally and qualitatively and focuses on their well-being

General objectives

In our modern society we are faced with many challenges in the area of labour organisation. A growing export, continuous innovations and fast-changing situations have become completely normal. Add digitisation to this and it's clear that the people on the work floor have to deal with more and more impulses. What are the consequences of digitisation on those with a lower level of education, which competences are required on the work floor and in management? These are just two of the important questions a business manager must ask themselves in current times.

Expected results

  • Businesses approach labour organisation in new ways and share insights and experiences via learning networks
  • Employees are more autonomous in organising and carrying out tasks
  • Digital aids provide the necessary support
  • Businesses are aware of the impact digitisation has on the competences required of their employees and anticipate these
  • Manageable labour: adapted work circumstances so everyone can work with motivation, for longer periods of time

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Measuring is knowing, in all areas: the quality of the natural resources, the influence of the machines, etc. all have an impact on the end result

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From data to usable information - Automated, connected processes

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Optimal use of natural resources and valorisation of by-products