In this article, three neurodiverse individuals talk about how difference can be a benefit to manufacturing.
We live in a rich world of diversity, and while many differences between people are visible, other sources of variation – such as our genetic code and the architecture of our brains – are knowable thanks only to advanced medical technology.
Since everything you know, sense, feel and think originates in the brain, differences in its structure and connections mean that our minds, memories, thoughts and perceptions are very different too. Tom Æ Hollands, Innovation and Technical Director at Raynor Foods, Dr Rachel Moseley, Department of Psychology at Bournemouth University, and Professor Steve Evans, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, discuss how neurodiversity can change manufacturing for the better.
Read more at: https://www.themanufacturer.com/articles/neurodiversity-the-untapped-asset/