It’s been more than 100 years since Henry Ford initiated the era of mass production.
It’s been at least 30 years since lean and the Toyota Production System were popularized in the West.
And it’s been more than five years since the World Economic Forum declared that manufacturing has entered the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Despite all of this innovation and change, manufacturers are running blind to the greatest sources of value and variability inside the factory: manual activities.
This page will help you understand why.