NEW Podcast: The Next Frontline
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The Next Frontline is a podcast for, and by, the people who are building the Future of Manufacturing.
Brief and rich conversations with Plant Managers, VPs of Operations, Digital Transformation leaders, Technologists, and Investors get intof what’s next for Operational Excellence, Lean, Smart Manufacturing, IoT, Industry 4.0, and, most importantly: the talent and skills of Frontline Workers.
The episodes pack a high amount of pragmatic and actionable advice in a small package. In 20 minutes or less, you will have a few ideas to apply so you can future-proof your operations while impacting today’s operational priorities: Safety, Quality, Productivity, Cost, Sustainability, Retention, Reskilling, etc.
About the host
Errette Dunn is the Co-Founder and CEO of Rever, the Frontline Excellence platform. Errette has worked in Toyota, Airbus, Eurocopter, leading Lean transformation efforts. For the last decade, he has personally helped CEOs and Operations Leaders in over 15 countries drive performance by developing a culture of non-stop improvement.
The First Episode
In the first episode, Errette sits down with Nigel Lenegan. Nigel is the Executive Director at Energy & Carbon Reduction Solutions. He has over 15 years of experience helping pharmaceutical companies to minimize their carbon footprint and executing other sustainability projects that reduce energy consumption.
Nigel shares how companies in all industries can and should accelerate their sustainability efforts by reducing energy consumption and their CO2 emissions before they invest in expensive solutions on the energy supply side. He talks about why Operations Leaders should act today on sustainability, rather than sometime in the future, and about the role of Frontline Workers in sustainability efforts.
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