Enablers and Barriers for the Transformation of Manufacturing After the COVID-19 Global Crisis

Erdinç Koç (Bingol University, Turkey)
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 20
EISBN13: 9781668454084|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9140-6.ch001
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It is obvious that COVID-19, which is one of the main agenda items of humanity, has an effect on global production facilities. It has been tried to create a roadmap for producers to overcome existing and similar crises with proactive solutions. The reflections of the global crisis on production are carefully examined in the study. The epidemic is not limited to a single country, but affects all parts of the world, leaving supply chains and manufacturers in a difficult situation. Just as the concept of the new normal for consumers has come to the fore, the necessity of adapting to the new norm by implementing certain technologies that have been emphasized in recent years is now more clearly felt for manufacturers. The pandemic process experienced and the difficulties and enablers that producers face/will face afterwards are explained in detail under the headings of human resource management, flexibility, sourcing, technology level, logistics.
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