The New Digital World of Work in Manufacturing

How can humans thrive in the digital era? What is our human competitive advantage?

Digital technologies are driving a profound transformation of advanced manufacturing and are advancing at a greater rate than ever before. For example, Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven technologies are becoming more sophisticated and are increasingly able to perform more complex cognitive tasks. Therefore, it is understandable that so much attention is being paid to understanding what these, and other technologies can do. But, we must remember that no matter how sophisticated technology is/becomes it is simply a tool for us to use.

This webinar focuses on four different human-centred dimensions of Industry 4.0: Mindset, Work, Learning, and Creating Value by discussing the following topics/insights

  • case studies
  • new research about Australian workplaces
  • the importance of a culture of collaboration
  • how to lead


The Centre for the New Workforce (a leading voice on the future of work), in partnership with the Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Hub at the Factory of the Future, are looking forward to sharing actionable advice with you.

The workshop is aimed at small and medium manufacturing business owners and/or senior leaders.

Businesses can use this time to find opportunities, test and explore new ways of working, keep people motivated and engaged to transform their business.



Webinar dates: 27/05/20 & 25/06/20; Starting time: 1:00 pm, duration 1hr

Places are limited.

Further details to access the webinar will be provided after registration.

This webinar is being delivered in partnership with the Victorian Government department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.


Wednesday 27 May 2020


1:00pm - 2:00pm



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Swinburne Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Hub


Swinburne Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Hub
0411 450 879

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