What does it take to run a successful AM business? In conversation with Neil Mantle
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by Seth Adler
11M ago
Success in Additive Manufacturing goes beyond technology. It encourages new ways to think about business governance. Sponsored by Siemens Energy, Marcus Seibold and Dr Mohsen Seifi invite experts to discuss the economics, operational constraints, and the role of culture in creating a successful AM business. Their first guest is Neil Mantle, Director of Manufacturing at Rolls-Royce, with whom we shall delve into the issues around AM with his banker concept and his views on how to build trust and confidence ..read more
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Jett Oristaglio, DataRobot
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
Data Scientist Jett Oristaglio joins us to talk about Humble AI. Trusted AI and asks, What is everything you need to trust in AI for your life? He goes on to share that trust is not binary- it’s multi -dimensional - and so, there are a number of criteria that should be evaluated. Performance- or, does the model predict the problem being solving for well- otherwise known as accuracy. Operations- or, how reliable is the system that the model is deployed in. And Ethics- or, how well does the model align with the values of the organization. Of course, most talked about is accuracy in that the mode ..read more
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Tom Kartanowicz, Financial Services Cyber Security
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
Tom Kartanowicz joins us and shares his thoughts on CISO Reporting, Prioritization and the evolution of the CISO journey ..read more
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CX: David Campos, SertaSimmons
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
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AIIA: AI BFSI Panel
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
This BFSI Panel features key industry experts who share their strategies around pushing their organization into the future. They note that the technology available is user-friendly and rarely the barrier to entry. It is the mapping, the process, and post-implementation that makes or breaks a digital transformation. Agile development and change management are both initiatives that work. Automation has the potential to save time, money, and improve the customer experience, but if it isn’t applied in a purposeful way, it is useless. The panelists share their personal journey through transformatio ..read more
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CX: Fred Reichheld (Employee Engagement)
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
Fred Reichheld joins us again, this time to discuss employee engagement. The business benefit to ensuring a positive employee experience is because that translates to a positive customer experience. As Fred discussed last time, a good customer experience means an increase in profit. However, Fred is careful to clearly define what make a good employee experience. Is it lots of vacation time, the ability to shirk difficult customers, and taking on only the best shifts? Of course not, as this would lead to a bad customer experience. Fred instead focuses on “helping your employees lead great lives ..read more
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PEX: Kristen Workman, Schneider Electric
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
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AIIA: Roland Haefs, Henkel
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
Roland Haefs, with Henkel, discusses enterprise evolution and the shift from having purely transactional relationships to becoming a true business solutions provider. It takes strong leadership and an entrepreneurial spirit to pull off such a transformation, which Roland details. In order to demonstrate his point, Roland lays out Henkel’s approach to the shared services process of master data management. Next, the conversation turns to RPA and AI more specifically, including its role in shared services and how to make sure it is being deployed effectively. Further, Roland discusses Henkel’s fo ..read more
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CX: Deena John, McDonalds
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
McDonald’s senior director of innovation, Deena John, joins us to talk about digital transformation. While definitions vary, Deena describes digital transformation as “transforming through integration of technology” with the goal of generating maximum value for the customer. End-to-end disruption means looking into the future and creating a transformation road map that leads to a new operating model. Deena discusses the differences and similarities between agile and lean, and the iterative process that makes scaling sustainable. Deena frames her key points with specific examples. Next, she ask ..read more
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PEX: Karen Tilstra, Florida Hospital
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by Seth Adler
1y ago
Karen Tilstra is the co-founder of the Florida Hospital Innovation Lab. In this conversation, Karen emphasizes the intent of the Innovation Lab, which, not surprisingly, is innovation. However, the process to innovation is often overlooked. Karen describes it as a “multifaceted journey of learning, of discovery, of openness.” In other words, innovation isn’t instantaneous, nor does it happen in a silo. When a brand thinks they know what’s best for their customers—instead of interacting with those customers—it’s often the beginning of the end. Karen details Sears’ downward spiral as an example ..read more
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