Ouverture de ‘The 4th Industrial Revolution. Business Model Innovation & Global Competition’
Keywords:Global Competition, Industry 4.0, New Global Players, Japan, South Corea, China, Industrial Revolution, Business Models.
The 4th Industrial Revolution is expected to lead to a paradigm shift in business, with strong effects on manufacturing and service processes, and consequent competitive advantages for firms, industries, and regional/national systems. Such effects will manifest in the disruption of traditional incumbents and the re-organization of production processes where information and communication technologies, artificial intelligence, and operational technologies enable smart, self-organizing distribution systems in factories
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