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In this IpX #TrueNorth Podcast, experience the origin and mission of the IPX Global Congress, the benefit of learning from other industries, and the importance of CM2 from IpX Congress Chair, Mike McKinney, and VP of Services, Brandy Taylor. Mike shares his path into CM, how CM2 has defined his role, and how to get connected to the Congress. Together, they share their experiences improving themselves and their businesses through collaboration in the Congress. Connect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help you create your company’s DNA and how our True North service model empowers your organization to bring the most innovative products to market with true sustainability and scalability through our process experts. www.IpXhq.com Watch: https://youtu.be/PVckJwKw_C4Tags: #IpX #CM2 #ChangeManagement #ConfigurationManagement #CrossIndustry #Technology #IndustryCollaborations #IPXCongress 
The IpX #TrueNorth Podcast starts 2022 with a lesson in setting, achieving, and measuring realistic goals from IpX Chief of Transformation, Janeen Henning, and VP of Services, Brandy Taylor. Janeen shares her path to IpX, and together they share their expertise in project management. Follow along to hear:Janeen’s career path to cross-functional leadership through connections and learning new areas of business How CM2 was important in her previous roles following customer incidentsLessons learned from past organizational transformationsHow a common vision and perspective from team members at all levels is invaluable to successShaping your own program management skill set and setting short and long term goalsTips for progress and organization for a successful 2022Connect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help you create your company’s DNA and how our True North service model empowers your organization to bring the most innovative products to market with true sustainability and scalability through our process experts. www.IpXhq.com
In this week’s IpX True North Podcast episode, IpX's own Ray Wozny, CEO, and Brandy Taylor, VP of Services, go beyond engineering to discuss everyone’s role in enterprise change and configuration management. Key Points:1:30 - The common, somewhat confusing definition for traditional configuration management (CM) 4:04 - Ray dives into the evolution and transformation of CM from a subset within the company to an integrated part of an organization8:15 - Foundation of a robust digital thread12:40 - The down flow of configuration management across organizational functions14:27 - Understanding how complex a simple change can be and how a central change process can improve it17:54 - Everyone is responsible for quality22:00 - Focus on repeatability and accuracy of  processes24:00 - How CM applies to all functions including Marketing, HR, and Shipping, and those processes affect other functions.28:59 - The function or domain that suffers the most from not being as integrated intentionally into the process 32:50 - Recommendations on how individuals can start to change the culture of their organizationsConnect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help you create your company’s DNA and how our True North service model empowers your organization to bring the most innovative products to market with true sustainability and scalability through our process experts. 
In this week’s IpX True North Podcast episode we welcome Cindy Price, Director of Engineering Services, Yanfeng as she chats with IpX VP of Services Brandy Taylor. Brandy and Cindy highlight the importance of effective communication - both speaking and listening - to be a true change agent in an organization. Cindy shares:Her initial understanding of how to influence change began in high school when she was discouraged from an engineering career and learned the value of having stakeholders and advocates to support your initiativesAs a change agent, putting yourself in a position to listen to all positions and perspectives to encourage collaboration, gain trust, stay curious, and allow vulnerability to create an open space for sharing changing ideasUnderstanding what stakeholders can bring to the table and how to match their needs and yours for both sides to accomplish goalsChanging the perspective of the current shift of supply chain into an opportunity for companies to respond to change more effectively and more efficiently Contact Cindy at cynthia.price@yanfeng.com and visit the Yanfeng website for more information.Connect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help you create your company’s DNA and how our True North service model empowers your organization to bring the most innovative products to market with true sustainability and scalability through our process experts. https://ipxhq.com/
In this week’s IpX True North Podcast episode, Paul Powers, Founder/CEO of Physna, breaks down the inception of Physna, an advanced technology analyzing and actionizing 3D data, with IpX President Joseph Anderson. Paul and Joe discuss:The role of Physna as an enterprise solution that empowers other platforms by fully utilizing previously untouched intelligence and data within a company and creating a model’s physical DNA How the technology comprehensively, geometrically understands parts and 3D data to foresee issues in manufacturing and throughout the organization  Creating faster and more effective engineering by cutting down on cost of procurement, identifying parts in the field, optimizing inventory management, and maintenanceThe importance of speed and security when dealing with an organization’s CAD models, 3D data, intellectual property, and how Physna’s detection of changes physically in a model allow it to act as a data protector. Thangs, the free and fastest growing 3D community in history allow users to search, store, and collaborate, and its future with Thangs Workplace Learn more about Physna and the unique community of 3D collaboration at Thangs.com.Connect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help you create your company’s DNA and how our True North service model empowers your organization to bring the most innovative products to market with true sustainability and scalability through our process experts. https://ipxhq.com/
This week’s IpX True North Podcast episode features Eric Pettes, Director of QA/RA for Bose Health, as he shares with IpX President Joseph Anderson the Bose journey of expansion into the medical device industry with their development of the world’s first direct to consumer hearing aid. Eric and Joe discuss:Building a quality management system and Bose’s enterprise-wide commitment to quality as a  process-based approach Bose’s growth into Class 1 and Class 2 medical devices, the challenges of meeting regulatory states’ requirements, and receiving approval for a Class 2 deviceThe innovation from an over-the-counter hearing aid device that provides freedom, privacy, affordability and functionality for those in need with the support of a user-friendly application The dedication behind launching a new product with a 90-day implementation period and 15 workstream teams while simultaneously entering a new market with the support of Bose’s unique system for traceability and senior executivesThe Bose shared vision for the future and commitment to making a difference for its workforce and consumersLearn more about Bose and their products by visiting their website.Connect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help you create your company’s DNA and how our True North service model empowers your organization to bring the most innovative products to market with true sustainability and scalability through our process experts. https://ipxhq.com/
This week Envision RISE’s Staci Hegarty and Michael Benning, IpX Vice President of Organizational Change Management (OCM) illustrate how Envision RISE was born from IpX’s 30+ years of experience as a leading enterprise transformation company whose passion for people of the people, processes, and tools framework grew into its own practice. Michael and Staci describe:How weak OCM creates disconnect and disengagement between leadership and staff and what successful OCM looks likeHow Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) are less representation and more the celebration of backgrounds, ideas, and thoughts to drive problem-solving and innovation by making the workforce feel valued, heard, and respectedHow concepts and approaches within IpX translate to Envision RISE The financial, cultural, and resource impact of improving DE&I in an organization Connect with IpX to hear from more industry thought leaders and to learn about the True North service model for improving your organization. https://ipxhq.com/
Don’t miss this week’s IpX True North Podcast episode with Neil Olivier, NuScale Power’s Director of Corporate Services, as he and IpX President Joseph Anderson discuss Nuscale’s revolutionary nuclear technology and their journey to complete enterprise ecosystem traceability.Neil shares:Challenges experienced in design, certification requirements, and maintaining configuration management in an industry with thousands of requirements NuScale’s vision for defining, management tracking of, and associating requirements to the actual product components and the systems How training his team in and using the CM2 methodology as well as implementing a CM2-based PLM system laid the foundation for an integrated change control process with dynamic traceability of requirements to their highest levelHow communication of a change and regulatory requirement is made more visible to vendors, suppliers, and the operator owner using the CM2 change processThe future possibility of nuclear as a paperless industryLearn more about how NuScale Power is changing the nuclear industry: https://www.nuscalepower.com/.  Connect with IpX to hear from more industry thought leaders and to learn about the True North service model for improving your organization. https://ipxhq.com/ https://ipxhq.com/
In this second part episode of the True North Podcast, IpX Director of MBE, Max Gravel and Senior Technical Program Manager, ASML, Arnaud Hubaux continue their discussion on the challenges of maintaining the physics model in AI/ML with rapidly changing datasets. Arnaud describes the need for an enterprise-level AI/ML framework that considers the complete lifecycle change to expand beyond niche use-cases and realize the dream of a fully automated product line. Max and Arnaud discuss where to start when implementing AI and the role of CM in maturing the adoption of AI in a manufacturing environment. Hear more on:The need for the impact analysis to stretch beyond the walls of the company into the environment where it will be running.The perceived unpredictability of AI/ML and the reluctance to deploy in a manufacturing environment.The importance of building in safety mechanisms to prevent financial loss in case of AI/ML failure.How CM establishes gates and checks when releasing a change to make sure the proper qualifications are implemented.AI/ML sustainability and the need to look beyond short-term benefits into the complete lifecycle of a product.Connect with IpX to hear from more industry thought leaders and to learn about the True North service model for improving your organization. https://ipxhq.com/
In this episode of the True North Podcast, IpX Director of MBE, Max Gravel and Senior Technical Program Manager, ASML, Arnaud Hubaux discuss the challenges of maintaining the physics model in AI/ML with rapidly changing datasets. Arnaud gives a detailed review of how ASML uses AI to deliver greater value through new products for their customers and to accelerate manufacturing processes by qualifying high performing parts. Max and Arnaud discuss ASML’s unique approach to machine learning solutions with customers and how AI optimizes production and performance. Hear Arnaud break down:The challenges and necessity of explainability in AI/ML — where a causal clarification is needed between the observed effects and what is really happening physically in order to improve future designEnsuring continual guaranteed performance upon installation and after deployment of their machines to manage drift and ensure dataset accuracy The challenge and criticality of safety for people and materials first Defining and maintaining baselines consisting of thousands of parameters between both design and production Understanding the change impact to physics models: how to perform validation and verifications activities on the physics models before changes are applied to the customer product in order to mitigate risks with machine behavior.Connect with IpX to hear from more industry thought leaders and to learn about the True North service model for improving your organization. https://ipxhq.com/
In this episode of the True North podcast, IpX Director of Program Management, Brandy Taylor, and Chief CM2 Architect, Eddie Kolesar, discuss export compliance and why it’s a crucial implementation for reducing risk that all businesses, big and small, need to consider. Brandy and Eddie identify the key factors of a good Export Compliance Plan and share their experience and knowledge including: What export compliance is and why It should be considered in your change processThe difference between export compliance regulating agencies, ITAR and EARGuidance for small businesses starting with the importance of correctly classifying your products and technologyThe importance of routine internal audits to hold people accountable and uncover inconsistencies, risks, and deficiencies in your Export Compliance PlanConnect with IpX to learn more about our Service opportunities to assess, support, and/or build your Export Compliance Plan and processes. https://ipxhq.com/
In Part 2 of this podcast series, IpX Director of Model Based Enterprise, Max Gravel, and Vertex Product Marketing Manager, John Heller, continue tearing down misconceptions and myths to starting a digital twin journey with further exploration into:- How open access to 3D data encourages collaboration and reward that collaboration to improve company culture - Creating a customer-centric organization with direct product feedback and improvements to engineering - A focus on downstream users and the ability for faster decision making without internal conflict- How and why to jumpstart model based definition initiatives to move to a model based enterprise- How to jumpstart model based definition inside an organization by leveraging data across the enterprise and looking for solutions that free that data in a secure way- Finding solutions that allow you to free 3D data and augment innovative business applications that accelerate digital transformationRead the referenced blog, “Connect Your Enterprise: How To Overcome Challenges in Change Management & 3D Visualization” coauthored by Max and John from November 2020
In this 2-part podcast series, IpX Director of Model Based Enterprise, Max Gravel, and Vertex Product Marketing Manager, John Heller, dive into the model based world to tear down misconceptions and myths to starting a digital twin journey. They illustrate how data visibility throughout an enterprise accelerates business goals and unifies departments. Throughout the series, hear John and Max discuss:How digital twins go beyond engineering and support the overall user experience when representing 3D data with full traceabilityHow 3D data acts as a company’s universal language spanning departments, company culture and locationsThe immediate value from breaking down silos in change and increasing cross-functional collaboration Ways for your organization to begin breaking down silos to share 3D data and adopt a digital mindsetHow and why to jumpstart model based definition initiatives to move to a model based enterpriseRead the referenced blog, “Connect Your Enterprise: How To Overcome Challenges in Change Management & 3D Visualization” coauthored by Max and John from November 2020. 
In this episode, Ken Black, Chief of IpX Workforce Academy, and Michael Benning, Executive Director, True North Enterprise Calibration discuss with host Chris Anderson the true cost of Corrective Action for an organization. Ken and Michael define what Corrective Action is, how to measure it and offer their experience and knowledge surrounding:“Intervention resource expenditures” and initiatives on how to eliminate wasteHow corrective action creates a culture of “firefighting”The immeasurable costs of corrective action including impact to culture and deferring of innovationHow to reduce and overcome corrective action mode with proper processes that provide predictable outputHow CM2 reduces process failure by ensuring you start with the right requirements that are clear, concise, and validHow to use your change process as a competitive advantageLearn more about why CM2 is the global enterprise standard for change and configuration management. https://go.ipxhq.com/AboutCM2
In this episode, Staci Hegarty, IpX’s Global Director of Equity & Inclusion, takes on questions from listeners and our community on issues surrounding diversity, equity, racism, inclusion, biases, and invisible diversity. Staci addresses questions concerning:·     The true meaning of privilege as an unearned advantage that removes obstacles others face·     The difference between equality and equity·     The importance of inclusion in diversity efforts·     The reality of the “American Dream” for many·     The notion of colorblindness and the need to acknowledge ones’ different experiences·     How to acknowledge you own biases and intentionally change your way of thinking·     The need to recognize and accommodate invisible disabilitiesConnect with IpX to learn more about how our RISE platform helps companies make a commitment to promote diversity, inclusion, equity and create an environment where your people are empowered to driving change and innovation. https://ipxhq.com/Reference: “Beware the Echo Chamber” Blog Post by Michael Benning https://ipxhq.com/blog/beware-the-echo-chamber-id-28
In this episode, Brandy Taylor, IpX Director of Program Management, and Michael Benning, Executive Director, True North Enterprise Calibration, share with host Chris Anderson what happens when Organizational Change Management (OCM) isn't considered through the constant stream of changes in organizations of all sizes. Brandy and Michael share their experiences, knowledge and tools and discuss:Creating true adoption of changeWhat OCM done well looks likeWhy leadership must show up and be emotionally intelligentTreating OCM as a parallel project to all projectsThe necessity to communicate and make OCM part of everydayIdentifying the right person to navigate your OCM and considering a third party perspectiveConnect with IpX to learn more about our True North Services opportunities to support and build your OCM projects, and how our RISE platform enables OCM in your organization to create an environment where your people are empowered to driving change and innovation. https://ipxhq.com/IpX on Linked
In this episode, host Christ Anderson talks with Todd Egan, IpX VP of Field Operations, and Scott Wertel, IpX Chief of Engineering Excellence, on how CM2 achieves the requirements of the EIA-649 standard for CM. Learn the history of #configurationmanagement and EIA-649 and the benefits to implementing CM into your organization.Hear Todd and Scott discuss:Resistance to implementing CM inside an organization and overcoming objectivesHow EIA-649 acts as the pillars of CM and a foundational element to CM2How CM2 expands the focus of traditional CM to the enterprise with traceability across the entire product lifecycle and is industry agnosticRecommendations on how companies are able to enhance their CM programs to prevent recallsTraining opportunities to start learning about EIA-649 and CM2Learn more about how IpX offers EIA-649 Courses at https://go.ipxhq.com/eia649online. 
In the first episode of the IpX True North Podcast, host Chris Anderson talks with IpX Global Director, Equity & Inclusion, Staci Hegarty and Executive Director, TN Enterprise Calibration, Michael Benning on why a third party should lead your organization's DEI program. Michael and Staci cover tackling objectives to creating cultural change such as budget, a lack of company commitment, and difficult conversations. Listen in as they explore how an outside perspective gathers data your team can trust, provides transparency among the workforce, and sends the message that leadership sees DEI as a priority and critical growth factor. Learn more about IpX's DEI program RISE at https://bit.ly/riseIpX.www.ipxhq.com
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