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IpX - Institute for Process Excellence is the global industrial resource for configuration & change management, systems engineering, operational excellence, digital transformation, model based enterprise, and high-performance culture training. Hear from thought leaders and experts inside and out of IpX as we share and discuss organizational strategies that effectively integrate the people, processes, systems, and data of your organization.
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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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