There is firstly digital technologies which make it possible to do without paper and to provide the operator with a wide range of information allowing him to monitor and optimise the process. Also, equipment will help him with, or even, free him of repetitive and hazardous movements. The operator will thus be able to mobilise all his availability to carry out cognitive tasks with high added value. The operator will be able to take part in continuous training and increase his versatility by means of augmented reality tools, for example. It should be noted that all this will have major consequences on organisations and management methods. The company will need significantly more organisers than leaders in the future.[vbcrlf][vbcrlf]
The industry of the future uses Man’s cognitive capacities: his intelligence, his capacity to interpret complex situations and to define the most appropriate response strategies. Henceforth, Man wil be more of a supervisor than an operator, he uses machines for tasks requiring force, repeatability and for long and arduous actions.[vbcrlf][vbcrlf]
He is assisted by mobile applications which inform him about the state of operation and the performance of equipment to guide him in his actions. He thus develops his autonomy and versatility.
These are all the applications and technologies which makes it possible to monitor and control events remotely. They also provide access to information, in all locations
QLW prioritises the well-being of the employees, the development of their skills and their collaboration in the company plan. It must attract talent and build up the expertise that it requires for its development, and maximise the potential of the human capital. Its organisation makes it possible to cultivate the efficiency and creativity of its employees, who are, moreover, encouraged to develop their talents and skill continually. Their involvement in and contribution to decision-making are encouraged. The lightening of certain tasks (more information relating to the process processed directly by machines) offers the opportunity for employees to use their individual and collective intelligence to process information of a strategic nature.
Physical assistance groups the ergonomic means which lighten the physical load during manufacturing and handling operations. It allow equality of the sexes in the work environment and facilitates the employment of disabled persons or age-related problems.
Cognitive assistance groups technologies which make it possible to access information as quickly as possible, by displaying it directly in the work place. They also allow the simulation of events or objects, before they exist physically, in order to plan actions to be put in place to maintain the flexibility of the production tool.
The strategy is implemented in 4 stages:
1 - Clarify the plan (Management) and identify the obstacles to its development (on the ground),
2 - Put in place managerial relays via a call for motivation to take over autonomous supervised work projects (decompartmentalisation and inverted pyramid),
3 - Implement identified work projects,
4 - Assist the players who take on new responsibilities. Greater autonomy given to operatives on the ground is essential to continually increase the company’s performance (building the ‘autonomous world&hellip: self-inspection, self-maintenance, self-scheduling, self-learning, self-problem resolution, …).
Increasing autonomy is aimed at developing interdependence between players. This strategy makes it possible to guide company growth (managing ddirector who would like to become an "athlete" who builds a company "gazelle" with a structure for the network of subcontractors that he calls upon).