Agenda Autumn 2018 | 9th Innovative Manufacturing Forum. IndustryTech

Agenda Autumn 2018

Agenda of the VI Innovative Manufacturing Forum

Day I – 24 October 2018

9:00- 9:15 Opening of the Conference Presentation of the Chairmen of the EuroPOWER Energy Conference and Innovative Manufacturing Forum Advisory Boards
  • Joanna Makowiecka-Gaca, CEO, Karmar
  • Leszek Juchniewicz, Co-chairman of the Advisory Board, EuroPOWER
9:15- 9:30 Speech of the Guest of Honour
  • Maciej Bando, President, Energy Regulatory Office
9:30- 10:45 "Rzeczpospolita" Inaugural Debate: Polish energy at the threshold of economy 4.0 - which source of processing should we focus on?
  • The current economic model is slowly depleting, huge factories are replacing smaller companies, based more on knowledge. How to adjust the generation units to this in view of the rising prices of CO2 emission allowances?
  • Industry 4.0 as a priority of Polish economy development
  • Development of electromobility – industry, production, infrastructure
  • Perspectives of RE development: wind in land or at sea? Are photovoltaics pro-consumer or multi-sector? Opportunities for biogas plants and biomass power plants? Will gas energy be a stabilizer for RE?
  • What's the current state of digital processes in customer service and payments in Polish companies distributing electric energy?
  • The mechanism of the energy market allows for an effective finance model for new investments - which source should we focus on?
  • Marcin Piasecki, Editor "Rzeczpospolita"
  • Dorota Dębińska- Pokorska, Power&Utilities Group Leader, PwC
  • Filip Grzegorczyk, President of the Board, TAURON Polska Energia *
  • Grzegorz Należyty, General Director Power Generation, Member of the Board, Siemens*
  • Tomasz Rogala, President of the Board, Grupa PGG
10:45- 11:00 Speech
  • Sebastian Jakubiak, VP Sales Director, DXC Technology
11:00- 11:45 Networking break
11:45- 12:10 Modern factory - friendly to employees and the environment
  • Wiesław Gorzelak, VP Operations, GM Poland, Dell
12:10- 13:00 Debate: Lack of human resources among specialists as the driving force behind transformation Moderator:
  • Urszula Zając-Pałdyna, Blogger, HR Project Manager, HR na obcasach
  • Jacek Siwiński, President of the Board, Velux Poland
  • Anna Socha, HR and Communication Director, Karmar S.A.
  • Krzysztof Kazoń, Development Director, Inż
  • Jacek Mikiewicz, Director of Strategy, W.P.I.P.
13:00- 13:20 Employees build the companies value - case study by W.P.I.P., awarded Best Employer 2016 and Best Employer 2017 in the AON Hewitt program
  • Jacek Mikiewicz, Director of Strategy, W.P.I.P.
13:20- 13:35 "About production" - beginning of debates at round tables - registration of participants **
13:35- 15:15 „In the production circle” – Round table debate pt. I Table I Areas of data monetization
  • Witold Sugalski, Director, PwC
Table II How to reach specialists in a difficult job market? Unconventional methods of acquiring employees in specialist recruitment processes.
  • Krzysztof Kazoń, Development Director, Inż
Table III Enterprise security management in the aspect of changes in data protection - chances and challenges
  • dr Maciej Karwas, Director of the Security Management Department, SEKA S.A.
Table IV How to engage employees in continuous improvement in times of staff shortage?
  • Ireneusz Biliński, Partner, Member of the Board, 4 RESULTS
13:35- 14:20 Round I
14:20- 14:30 Break- Participants change tables
14:30- 15:15 Round II

Day II – 25 October 2018

9:00-9:20 Introductory Presentation: Mental resilience as one of the main competence for the 21st century managers
  • Tomasz Pachoł, Coach, Practicing with production companies, Tomasz Pachoł Training and Counselling
9:20-10:20 Use-case session: How to make changes? Familiarize yourself with the Case Studies of manufacturing companies that carry out transformations. What technologies have been used in them? What business benefits have been achieved? Would this solution be implemented in your organization and get similar benefits? 9:20 – 9:40 The case of Sor – Drew S.A.
  • Marcin Jadczyk, President of the Board, Sor-Drew S.A.
9:40 – 10:00 Case study: topic during confirmation
  • Dominik Themerson, Regional Business Development Manager HCI Sales CEE, Dell EMC
10:00 – 10:20 Digitization of production at Faurecia
  • Marek Kamiński, CEO, QSG S.A.
10:20-10:40 Salesbook - your competition couldsurprise you with this. An innovative tool that increases the efficiency of traders in the production sector
  • Zbigniew Masłowski, Sales Director, Salesbook
10:40-11:00 Presentation: Industry 4.0 only for the largest? How small businesses are coping with changes. Key problems of SME sector companies
  • Dorota Dębińska-Pokorska, Partner, PwC
11:00-11:45 Debate: How to take on transformation The implementation of Industry 4.0 brings many benefits, however, it involves a number of challenges at the technological and organizational level. The debate presents the most common problems faced by the production plants and the ways of their elimination. Moderator:
  • Przemysław Ozga, Editor in Chief, Production Manager
  • Dorota Dębińska – Pokorska, Partner, PwC
  • Adam Holewa, Technical Managing Director, SITECH
  • Andrzej Sołdaty, Project Leader "Platform of Industry of the Future", Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
  • Marek Kamiński, CEO, QSG S.A.
  • Grzegorz Sobolewski, MDI Sector Director, DXT Technology
11:45- 12:15 Networking break
12:15-12:35 Use case: Symbiosis of production companies and start-ups. Implementation of new technologies in cooperation with start ups.
  • Łukasz Klimek, Expert, DGA S.A.
  • Bartłomiej Janowicz, Manager, Accelerator of Industrial Innovation INDUSTRY LAB
12:35-12:55 Use case: Automation, robotization – trends and perspectives.
  • Mateusz Amroziński, Senior Technical Specialist, FANUC Poland
12:55-13:30 Debate: Traditional factory vs. Factory 4.0 What technologies to invest would be profitable and bring real benefits. What are the chances and risks of investing in new technologies? How are traditional production plants presented against the background of modern factories. Can traditional production be as profitable as "technology-packed" plants? Differences in the approach to minor improvements in the company 4.0 vs in a traditional company - the weight of minor improvements vs the weight of innovation Moderator:
  • Radosław Buszan, Segment Lead and Board Member, MidMarket Globals & Acquisition, Dell EMC
  • Witold Sugalski, Director, PwC
  • Wojciech Klimek, Member of the Board, FAKRO
  • Artur Zawadzki, Director, Promotech
  • Stefan Życzkowski, President of the Board, ASTOR
13:30- 13:45 "About production" - beginning of debates at round tables - registration of participants **
13:45- 15:30 „In the production circle” – Round table debate pt. II Table I Methods to lower employee rotation - experience from a production company
  • Tomasz Pachoł, Coach, Practicing with production companies, Tomasz Pachoł Training and Counselling
Table II Robotization in small, medium and large enterprises - needs, solutions, advantages
  • Łukasz Wojtczak, Director's Plenipotentiary for Industrial Applications, PIAP
Table III Digitalization of production
  • Marek Kamiński, CEO, QSG S.A.
Table IV Factory 4.0 - a marketing ploy or an actual need for the market
  • Janusz Smok, Industry IoT Channel Manager for CEE Region, Advantech Europe BV
13:45- 14:30 Round I
14:30-14:40 Break- Participants change tables
14:40- 15:25 Round II I

*) Speakers during confirmation

**) The condition of participating during the round tables session is to register to the date set by the organizer
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