Industry 4.0

Course Objectives

Industry 4.0 approaches the main strategic elements and best practices to understand the paradigm shift driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) toward the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the development of Industry 4.0 strategies. The course will guide the participants through the process of analysis, planning and implementation of innovative digital business and operation strategies from a practical business point of view. In this course, this students will:

  • Deal with strategic dimensions of digital business transformation by analyzing recent cases
  • Acquire the fundamentals to understand innovative digital business strategies and their impact on corporate decisions and on the company's growth/sustainability
  • Develop the skills and knowledge regarding concepts of strategic management and applications in the future global marketplace particularly in the field of IoT business transformation and new business models.

This course is intended for all students who aspire to acquire the strategic fundamentals and skills to be capable of analyzing digital business transformation issues. By the end of this course, students should be able to understand, discuss, and define business strategies and tactics toward The Fourth Industrial Revolution.

*Please note that the contents of this course differ from the Japanese course in Industry 4.0.

 

Theme/Reading Materials

Day 1
Session A
THEME Introduction to IoT, Industry 4.0
CASE Welcome to The Fourth Industrial Revolution
Session B
THEME Introduction to IoT, Industry 4.0
CASE Welcome to The Fourth Industrial Revolution
 
Day 2
Session A
THEME Digital Business Transformation, Strategic choices: Digital Enterprise, Smart Factory, Intelligent Robots, etc.
CASE Building the Digital Manufacturing Enterprise of the Future at Siemens
Session B
THEME Digital Business Transformation, Strategic choices: Digital Enterprise, Smart Factory, Intelligent Robots, etc.
CASE Building the Digital Manufacturing Enterprise of the Future at Siemens
 
Day 3
Session A
THEME Supply Chain Management 4.0
CASE The predominant role of IT as a competitive Global SCM strategy for Roland DG Corporation, a Japanese manufacturing company
Session B
THEME Supply Chain Management 4.0
CASE The predominant role of IT as a competitive Global SCM strategy for Roland DG Corporation, a Japanese manufacturing company
 
Day 4
Session A
THEME Group Presentation
CASE N/A
Session B
THEME Group Presentation
CASE N/A

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Tuition Fee: 101,000 yen
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Course Schedule

Faculty

Jorge Calvo
Jorge Calvo
Marketing and Strategy, Specialization
Under the new global paradigm of highly demanding customers, aggressive competitors and uncertainty reigning in many territories, being top of the class in one or two core company functions is not enough.