Paul Markillie believes a change of image is necessary for manufacturing in order to attract the next generation of talent.
At the Big Ideas Summit 2016, we challenged our thought leaders to share their Big Ideas for the future of procurement.
From ideas that have the potential to change the very nature of the procurement profession, to ones that got the assembled minds thinking about the profession’s impact outside of the organisation, the response we received was amazing.
The Next Generation
Paul Markillie, Innovation Editor at the Economist, shares his big idea to change the out-dated, and incorrect, image of manufacturing to attract the next generation of professionals into it.
Paul believes that one way to get new professionals interested in manufacturing-related jobs, such as procurement and supply chain, is to add it to the school curriculum. This gives students access to modern design software to make them aware of the possibilities in manufacturing as a career.
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