The Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity & Innovation will be holding their fifth executive summit between the 22nd and the 24th of May. At this event it is thought that a number of senior manufacturing leaders and other noted speakers will head to the summit.
The Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity & Innovation summit will be taking place in Chicago. This executive summit is a well-known event for the Manufacturers Alliance than allows a wide range of manufacturing executives to come together in order to address issues and challenges that they face in as a way to look share possible solutions.
This year the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity & Innovation fifth Executive Summit is proving popular because of the uncertainty that is prominent in todayâs market. Industrial Manufacturers have had to deal with an extended period of time where there has been slow and uneven growth. Alongside the global and political ambiguity that is rife in todayâs market, an event that investigates the industry wide challenges and offers suggestions for solutions is proving more popular than usual. The executives and others that attend the Summit will be able to gain information in order to manage the global risks and also look in to accelerating growth and innovation. There will also be advice on how to drive workforce agility that may be able to combat the slow inconsistent growth and other troubles faced by the market.
The event will take place at the Loews Chicago Hotel in May and notable speakers at the event include the Chief of Staff for George W. Bush The Honorable Andrew Card. Also speaking at the event is: Tom Carmazzi, the CEO OF Tuthill Corporation; Dr. Daniel Deirmeier of Provost University of Chicago; Randall J. Hogan the Chairman and CEO of Pentair and Neil Jacobstein, the Chairman at Singularity University of the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Track.