The Chinese version of the 2021 white paper of global lighthouse was officially released.
the Chinese version of the white paper "global Lighthouse: reconstructing the operation mode and promoting enterprise development" jointly written by McKinsey and the world economic forum was officially released recently, for example, when the water content of nylon 610 was 3%. The white paper reveals how lighthouse enterprises, advanced manufacturing leaders from all walks of life, facing the challenges brought by the COVID-19, can achieve win-win results such as productivity improvement, market share increase, customer-centric concept upgrading and environmental sustainability through the fourth industrial revolution and innovative technology
the global lighthouse project was jointly launched by the world economic forum and McKinsey in 2018. So far, it has increased to 69 lighthouse factories. As a platform for exploring, replicating and promoting innovation, the global beacon network aims to create opportunities for cross enterprise learning and collaboration, and set a new benchmark for the global manufacturing community. The white paper points out that despite the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19, 93% of the lighthouses have increased production or developed new sources of income through the large-scale use of innovative advanced manufacturing technologies. Not only that, 53% of lighthouses also witnessed significant environmental sustainability benefits. The achievements of Lighthouse enterprises before and after the outbreak of the epidemic are enough to prove that large-scale integration and innovation of the fourth industrial revolution are the core elements of the long-term development of enterprises, and the top priority for the successful realization of large-scale is to increase the current tariff of 25% and create an agile work model
5 of the 15 new lighthouses are from China Bosch (Suzhou), Foxconn (Chengdu), Midea (Shunde), Tsingtao beer (Qingdao) and Wistron (Kunshan). This is undoubtedly good news for China's manufacturing industry, which is still forging ahead in the post epidemic era, and also brings new ideas for the next stage of enterprise digital upgrading and transformation
Karel eloot, senior global managing partner of McKinsey and head of McKinsey's transformation business in China, said: these lighthouse enterprises are the leaders and guides of the fourth industrial revolution. In the face of the various impacts brought by the COVID-19 when steel succumbed to a certain level, they not only cut thorns and thorns, but also restart the recovery and achieve growth at an unprecedented speed. Their successful experience has proved that achieving sustainable and substantial growth does not necessarily require a lot of capital investment. Today, global enterprises have entered the next stage of digital transformation, and Chinese manufacturers are no exception. In a recent survey of global manufacturers, about 30% of Chinese respondents said that their organizations are scaling up digitization and systematically accelerating the deployment of the fourth industrial revolution use cases. The most effective way is to draw a strategic blueprint according to their digital goals, lock in oneortwo of the most important strategic goals, develop corresponding digital use cases, and deploy, improve In the process of large-scale expansion technology, we should pay close attention to speed and efficiency
Tan Yongchao, global managing partner of McKinsey and head of McKinsey's digital operation business in China, said: since 2004, China's carbon footprint has remained the world's first. The analysis of McKinsey Global Research Institute shows that domestic enterprises have not yet formed an industry in this regard. By 2030, extreme high temperatures and deadly heat waves may pose a double threat, affecting 10-45 million Chinese residents. Green development is increasingly seen as a necessary condition to promote growth. The lighthouse factory has changed the traditional cognition and achieved considerable development while protecting ecological benefits, which is particularly obvious in the process industry. Through the deployment of the fourth industrial revolution technology, 77% of the process industry lighthouses have achieved sustainable benefits directly or indirectly. Supervision is also keeping pace with the times: with the tightening of regulations, the funds pouring into energy-saving and emission reduction technologies are increasing day by day, which has promoted the upgrading of production lines
Hou Wenhao, a senior expert of McKinsey and head of Tsinghua McKinsey digital capability development center, said: Chinese lighthouse enterprises are becoming more warm. They do not forget their original intentions and push transformation and innovation to a new breadth and depth. These former labor-intensive enterprises, with the help of big data and artificial intelligence technology, have introduced new management and operation modes in the selection, training, use, retention and other links, enabling front-line employees to make their work more interesting, efficient and warm; More industries have joined the ranks of China's lighthouses. They actively embrace consumption interconnection and industrial interconnection, rely on digital technology to connect research and development, procurement, logistics and channels, and further expand the breadth of personalized products and services; Through artificial intelligence and 5g technology, Chinese lighthouse enterprises have innovated and interpreted a new digital scene that has never been seen before, with remarkable effectiveness, and strengthened the coupling depth between business needs and advanced technology
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