Consumer Products companies face an array of challenges as they race to serve an ever more demanding consumer base in a diverse and global landscape. As labor shortages, supply chain disruptions and economic uncertainty return to “normal,” scrutiny of company values as well as environmental and societal impacts continue to grow. Consumer products companies are facing crossroad decisions around capital expenditure, product development, digitized manufacturing, regulatory issues, sustainability and many more critical challenges that will define the next generation of leaders and losers.
The Food and Beverage industry continues to seek dynamic new ways to innovate, maximize profits and build market share within a highly competitive landscape. Pandemic-related supply chain challenges, health risks, and stay-at-home orders disrupted the industry and laid bare both its critical role in our highly interconnected world and the fluidity of consumer-driven demands.
The Power and Utilities Industry faces a politicized and rapidly changing regulatory landscape as it evolves with decarbonization, new digital technologies, alternative energy opportunities and many more evolving challenges. The road to a cleaner future is underway but risks are high and continuously accelerating change is assured.
The Semiconductor industry is unique in that the products are at the heart of every type of electronics, and they play a key role in virtually every other industry. The industry landscape is ever-changing and the value generation of innovation within it, is huge and volatile.
As the global economy struggles to meet the ongoing challenges including decarbonization and digitalization, Metals and Mining are on the forefront of change. In key global markets the metals and mining industry defines economic success, and its ability to thrive is critical to the region.
Certainly, the covid pandemic was an historic moment when the Pharmaceutical industry secured a preeminent place in global headlines. Disruption, restructuring, and transformation continue to be foundations of the industry’s future. Acceleration in the way vaccines are developed and delivered, increasing digitalization of manufacturing systems, AI, precision medicines, new cures, new demographic trends having access to medicine, and countless other issues are both risks and opportunities. While change is nothing new to an industry driven by R&D, change on this magnitude is complex to absorb within a highly regulated landscape, and the need for structured analytical processes has never been greater.
The Construction Industry is uniquely complex and dynamic—constantly addressing disruptions from a myriad of sources including labor, supply chain, resource scarcity, climate and weather issues, ongoing digitization, and many more complex challenges. Despite low financial interest rates and mounting economic recovery, change and disruption are constant obstacles to industry growth and development.
Growth and innovation are driving the Medical Device industry into becoming an increasingly global and competitive marketplace. Digitalization in manufacturing, new relationships through outsourcing, mergers, acquisitions, expanded geographic markets, and increased regulatory scrutiny add complexity to the way forward.
Packaging is a vital global industry which is poised for continued growth through integrated and synchronized supply chains, and a focus on the environment enables market leaders to gain a competitive advantage. The industry faces new technological challenges, demographic changes, and resource concerns, and there is a growing emphasis on accelerating transformation in preparing for the way forward.
The highly regulated Aerospace industry is driven by the highest levels of quality and reliability based on concerns for the safety of crew and passengers. Sustainable zero-defect quality is essential and costly. As passengers return to frequent travel schedules, and airlines upgrade their fleets, commercial aviation will grow substantially in the decade to come. Few industries have a greater visibility in demands for environmental and technical innovation within a landscape of safety and control.
Kepner-Tregoe workshops are held in many major cities throughout the world and are open for enrollment with the option to attend a public or a virtual class at a time that suits your schedule. You will learn KT concepts and practice realistic case studies with peers from many different industries. Also offered is self-paced eLearning for introduction courses or to reinforce past learning.
Bring training directly to your team. Training can be delivered on site at your company at the time and location of your choice. Classes include realistic examples, extensive case studies, application on real issues, and one-on-one coaching led by a highly trained KT facilitator. Learning can be tailored to address real issues and opportunities your company is facing right now. All classes come with the option to be delivered virtually.
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