From connected energy grids and networked thermostats to smart robotics and factories of the future - translating complexity into sustainable success.
Industry 4.0 require leaders with knowledge in several disciplines including supply chain, production and digitization. Amrop Sweden has closely followed and adapted recruitment for the challenges facing industrial organisations of today.
’Made in Sweden’ has always been associated with high quality and the industrial sector has for well over a century been a major driving force in the Swedish economy. Even though Sweden is a relatively small country, its industrial companies have been able to succeed globally. Several large companies were founded over a century ago and has grown from family-owned community organizations into important chains in the world economy.
At Amrop Sweden, we have experience of recruiting Senior Executives to industrial companies, general management and corporate functions including CEO, CFO, Head of Supply Chain, Business Area Managers, Lean Management, etc. Our vast experience within the industrial sector makes us confident to say that we are recruiting industrial leaders who are ready for What's Next!
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COVID-19 An Industrial Evolution?
As the COVID-19 lockdown in China was the first to ease, the rest of the world watched keenly for lessons learned. Meanwhile, a new balance between executive role experience and competency is emerging. When everything is difficult, when wicked dilemmas accumulate and decisions are needed quickly, past experience in an industry vertical matters less than agility. If agility, particularly in digital, was already a key leadership competence pre-Covid, many predict that it will take center stage in the aftermath.
What happens when the CEO and CHRO work hand-in-hand?
For a CEO, it is getting more and more critical to understand and build on the different perspectives that are central to success, whether from customers, competitors, partners or
employees. As the world is changing at an ever-increasing pace, one needs to act on this “diversity of thought”, moving swiftly, daring to make mistakes, all in the quest for winning