The digital technologies of Industrial Transformation (IX) have opened a new frontier: the digitally Connected Worker. Use cases in the initial wave of IX investment focused on using asset-related data and advanced analytics to drive improvement in areas such as asset reliability, energy management, and product quality. Now, there is a strong trend towards an integrated approach that incorporates workforce considerations into IX initiatives and using people-related data to drive improvement in the overall operational management system. The rise of the digitally Connected Worker reflects the conventional wisdom that improvement, whether incremental or step-change, calls for holistic alignment of the right people, process, and technology capabilities.
Access this ebook to learn:
- Why Connected Worker initiatives are strategic as well as their role in IX programs
- Frameworks for conceptualizing and formulating Connected Worker solutions
- The selection and implementation of Connected Worker use cases, and evidence of business value
- Actionable recommendations