Brianna Keelan, Workforce Readiness Manager, Stanley Black & Decker
Rapid changes in technology, an aging workforce and a shortage of skilled workers pose major challenges to the manufacturing sector. In addition, younger generations of workers prefer a seamless day-to-day digital experience in their workplaces. How can you best upskill your current workforce and efficiently train the next generation? For manufacturers like Stanley Black & Decker, the use of video is a preferred method for documenting work procedures and delivering rich training. However, while many companies already understand video's value, they struggle with a costly and time-consuming video production process. This is where AI, or artificial intelligence, can help by lowering the barriers for content creation, management and distribution. Attend this session and learn from Stanley Black & Decker's own digital transformation journey using AI to go beyond traditional training. Presenters from DeepHow and Stanley Black & Decker, an early adopter of DeepHow, will detail how AI helped the manufacturer drive a 25% performance improvement, a 40% reduction in training resources, and is empowering a global workforce.