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In our previous article, we examined the third element—leveraging the strengths of ecosystem partnerships beyond traditional boundaries. In this article, we will examine the fourth of Deloitte’s five key elements: “developing a balanced approach across the global enterprise”.

In our previous article, we examined the second element—embracing advanced technologies. In this article, we will examine the third of Deloitte’s five key elements: “leveraging the strengths of ecosystem partnerships beyond traditional boundaries”.

In our previous article, we examined the first element of ensuring that talent is the top priority. With this article, we will examine the second key element, embracing advanced technologies.

In a previous article, we gave an overview of the United States’ position in the Deloitte study that predicts that the U.S. will be ranked number one by 2020. With this article, we begin our examination of each of the five key elements of focus starting with the first and most important element—ensuring talent is the top priority.

If it seems to you as if innovation and advanced technology manufacturing in the United States have been on a rapid rise in recent years, that’s because they have. Deloitte’s 2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index (GMCI) has verified your suspicions. This study, along with those Deloitte previously published on the subject in 2010 and 2013, have enabled them to confirm the steady upward trend of American manufacturing since the start of the decade.

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