The IpX True North Podcast is a global industry resource for all things people, processes, systems, and technology created to share conversations with our network of thought leaders, innovators, and founders changing the shape of the digital future. Here we share their stories, impact, vision and tools for success in the areas of process optimization, engineering, the model based enterprise, operational excellence, and digital transformation.
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 co...
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.
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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.
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 o...
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:
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:
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:
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:
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.
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 f...
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 A...
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:?
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...
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:
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:
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
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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:
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.
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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.
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.