Manufacturing

Which countries are best prepared for the future of production?

Grasping the future: The Fourth Industrial Revolution will change the nature of manufacturing Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Helena Leurent

Director-General, Consumers International

Johan C. Aurik

Partner and Chairman Emeritus, Kearney

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Figure 1: Readiness Diagnostic Model Framework
Figure 2: Readiness Archetypes

Figure 3: Global Map of the Readiness for the Future of Production Assessment Results

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