The Connected Systems Challenge is a deep dive into understanding the key concepts and growth opportunities that connected systems can offer your organization. This program will help you understand how to use emerging technologies to your company’s advantage as the digital transformation to Industry 4.0 evolves.
Learn from seasoned manufacturing professionals, practicing consultants, and expert faculty from UWM’s Lubar School of Business and College of Engineering & Applied Science to help you understand, plan, and implement today’s best digital transformation strategies — and the necessary leadership techniques for comprehensively managing change, both technical and talent.
Wednesday, May 15, Thursday, May 16, &
Tuesday, June 18 , Wednesday, June 19, 2019
8:00am – 5:00pm, Lubar Hall, S322
*Attendance on all four dates is required.
Ideally suited for Senior Managers and Directors
$3,100 program fee includes instruction, parking, meals, and access to all learning materials and the course management website.
Leadership in a Digital Age
Connected Systems and the Internet of Things
Connected Systems Linkages:
Enterprise Resource Planning
Manufacturing Execution Systems
Key Performance Indicators and ROI
Cybersecurity in Connected Systems
Leading the Transformation to Connected Systems
Creating a Business Plan to Execute Your Own Connected Systems Strategy
The Connected Systems Challenge is presented as part of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Connected Systems Institute, a partnership with Rockwell Automation, Microsoft, UWM’s College of Engineering & Applied Science and Lubar School of Business, and many other leading organizations. Access to the thought leaders on the digital transformation is what makes this program unique.
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