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Micro-workshops are free, virtual, interactive experiences, customized for your company. Different from webinars, these micro-workshops are hands-on and led by our best facilitators and topic experts. They are designed for small groups of around 10 people and are about 60-90 minutes long.
At the end of each micro-workshop, you’ll receive a customized output or report, capturing what you learned for future use.
You’ll collaborate in small groups. You’ll learn something new. You’ll get something done. You’ll move the needle. Join us!
Discrete and process manufacturers were already working on sustainable manufacturing and operations improvements, faster product development cycles, and improved quality.
But today, your priorities have shifted. You need ways to reduce near-term risk and transform your team, your capabilities, and your company to deal with future impacts. At the same time, you still need to run your business and take immediate actions to adapt and survive.
How can you work now to enable a digital enterprise with integrated data that delivers innovative processes, products, and solutions for the next new normal? What actions can you take nowto build resiliency for the future?
These are the micro-workshops currently available. Click “Sign Me Up” to let us know you’re interested. We’ll reach out to you to schedule a convenient time for you and your team.
This workshop leverages a proprietary SCO maturity model to determine your current maturity and most valuable opportunities.
Where are you in your digital transformation? If you’ve started implementing smart, connected operations (SCO), this session can help, with a live assessment of your factory and your opportunities. We’ll leverage a proprietary SCO maturity model to determine your current maturity.
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You’ll receive a customized report that highlights your digital maturity, helping you prioritize next steps for your journey.
We'll examine your current data architecture and discuss your most urgent data needs to determine how you should approach data access and role-based apps.
Access to enterprise data and easy-to-use role-based apps make a lot of sense, but how should you approach these initiatives? We'll talk through your current data architecture, including where source information resides (PLM, ERP, QMS, MDM, etc.), who needs it and who is responsible for maintaining it.
You’ll receive a customized inventory of suggested target systems to connect and a high-level roadmap of the associated role-based apps that make the most sense for your company.
This workshop will help you prepare for PLM, leveraging an interactive worksheet to capture your goals, scope and objectives.
Considering a product lifecycle management (PLM) implementation or upgrade? This workshop will help you prepare, leveraging an interactive worksheet to capture your goals, scope and objectives.
You’ll receive a customized report on what was learned and what you should do next.