Partnerships Electronic qualification Toolchain management SW licensing Ramp up

Partnerships electronic qualification toolchain

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Partnerships Electronic qualification Toolchain management SW licensing Ramp-up infrastructure & services Application & rollout manage- ment Optimization Operations Rollout services Incident & problem management Future organizations need a flexible and hybrid structure Shifting functional tech expertise and horizontal domain responsibility Source: Strategy& analysis 33 New capabilities required Based on existing capabilities EMS: electronics manufacturing services OMD: original design manufacturer SOLUTION: Hybrid organizational structure with horizontal and vertical business units for a flexible overarching coordination Mix of new and existing capabilities ensures integration and continuous improvement of skills, technology and portfolio SUCCESS FACTORS: End-to-end solutions Open interfaces Adaption flexibility Technology integration Talent for emerging skillsets SITUATION: Current R&D methods, tools & processes do not match the increasing complexity of e.g. supporting digital trust and AI New business models may include hardware, software and services (e.g. being an automated vehicle “platform provider”) and require realignment of processes Strategy& | PwC Ambidextrous organization
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Proportion of workforce affected: New skills required: • Innovation management • Open sourcing • Agile methodologies (Scrum) • Business analytics • Partnership management • Sustainability • Productivity • AI • Raw materials sourcing • Real-time data management • Footprint optimization • Lifetime CRM • Omni-channel • UX/CX • User interface/graphic design • Stakeholder management • Predictive maintenance • Ethics • Welfare • Work-life balance • Blockchain • Business development • Program management • Cyber (security) • Data analytic/-science/-mining • Software development • Machine learning • Cloud computing • Software-as-a-service In-demand roles and typical salaries: • Application architect ($132,000 4 ) • Software engineer ($121,000 4 ) • Product manager ($119,000 4 ) • Business intelligence developer ($104,000 4 ) • Scrum master ($103,000 3 ) • Product owner ($101,000 3 ) • ERP business analyst ($99,000 4 ) • Systems analyst ($91,000 4 ) • Research scientist ($86,776 5 ) • Machine learning engineer ($142,000) • Supply chain & logistics manager ($117,600 7 ) • AI specialist ($105,918 5 ) • Process automation specialist ($101,650 7 ) • Industrial mechanical engineer ($91,650 7 ) • Product designer ($121,500 3 ) • Product marketing manager ($90,000 6 ) • Customer success manager ($88,500 3 ) • Service and solution designer/ ($71,000 6 ) • Enterprise account executive (third most in-demand job, $182,000 3 ) • Engagement manager ($130,000 3 ) • Site reliability engineer (second most in-demand job, $200,000 3 ) • Solution architect ($139,000 3 ) • Data scientist (first most in- demand job, $130,000 3 ) • Information technology lead (121,000 3 ) • Cloud architect ($92,500 4 ) • Quality assurance engineer ($82,000 4 ) Top courses of study and universities : • Software engineering • Civil engineering • Technical engineering • Artificial intelligence (AI) • Mechanical engineering • System engineering • Electrical engineering • Industrial engineering • Digital media design • Virtual reality • Communication • Psychology • Business administration • International management • Information technology • Software/network engineering • Knowledge engineering • Computer science engineering The auto industry’s workforce will also be transformed
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  • Fall '20
  • Automobile, Electric vehicle

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