This week on the IpX #TrueNorth Podcast: Dr. Nathan Hartman, Purdue University, and IpX President Joseph Anderson meet up live at the Dauch Alumni Center to discuss the importance of considering both the technological and human elements of digital transformation. Dr. Hartman shares how the Indiana Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) is impacting workforce development and future employees with partnerships between industry and academia to address technological challenges and advance digital manufacturing and design.
Together they examine the importance of investing in both the incumbent workforce and the pipeline of new workers in order to realize the potential of new technologies starting with K-12 education. Dr. Hartman emphasizes the importance of helping workers understand the connections between their tasks and the larger system in which they operate, as well as the need for them to be adaptable and flexible in the face of changing technologies.
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