Reimagining industrial operations

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Título: Reimagining industrial operations

Publicación: New York : McKinsey & Company, 2020

Descripción física: 19 p.

Notas: Resumen: Ever since the steam engine helped launch the Industrial Revolution, large-scale operations have boosted living standards, provided richer choices than our ancestors dreamed ofand generated unintended consequences, including pollution. The COVID-19 pandemic presents an unforeseen challenge to industrial operators as they face the immediate impact of plummeting demand for many products, as well as pressing needs to ensure the safety of employees. Yet even as industries grapple with structural changes, and as societies and economies pivot to the next normal, companies themselves have a window of opportunity to adapt their operations to help reduce the disruption that climate change will ultimately bring. In this compilation, McKinsey experts and corporate leaders describe emerging opportunities for industrial operators to help lead the way to a lower-carbon future.

Contiene: Hybrid equipment: A first step to industry electrification / Ken Somers, Eveline Speelman, Maaike Witteveen -- Meeting big oil's decarbonization challenge / Chantal Beck, Stephen Hall, Eveline Speelman -- Digital technology and sustainability at Henkel / Francisco Betti, Enno de Boer, Yves Giraud -- Tackling the mining sector's climate-risk challenge / Liesbet Grégoir, Kimberly Henderson, Jukka Maksimainen -- Spotlight on sustainable sourcing in fashion: [Interview to] Edwin Keh, David Savman, Teresa Yang, Cameron Bailey -- Reimagining the cement industry in a low-carbon world / Sebastian Reiter, Patrick Schulze, and Ken Somers

Otras clasificaciones: 832.1

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