The automotive industry needs leaders with the skills to drive innovation
The global automotive industry is more competitive than ever, as resurgent western manufacturers are challenged by the strong growth of Asian producers.
Rising commodity prices, bloated legacy programs, astronomical development costs, and increasing competition all threaten the profitability of manufactures. Particularly, the path towards the development of connected and autonomous cars, cleaner fuels, and high-performance materials is a critical and expensive one.
To thrive in such a competitive market place, firms require agile leaders with the talent to solve these challenges, and define the future of automotive engineering.
The automotive sector is one of Brazil’s most labour intensive markets and is a key part of the economic development of the country. But rising labour costs and diminishing productivity require organisations to successfully adopt new technologies in order to grow.Odgers Berndtson’s Automotive Practice works with large multinational auto manufacturers, and first and second tier suppliers, to find
Odgers Berndtson’s Automotive Practice works with large multinational auto manufacturers, and first and second tier suppliers, to find high caliber executives to grow their businesses through the fostering of innovation.
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