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046: The IT Journey to Digital Manufacturing

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 2020

046: The IT Journey to Digital Manufacturing


On this episode, Craig and Thom welcome Isaac Bennett, Digital Transformation and IT Director at Detroit Manufacturing Systems.  Isaac understands the need for a transformation to digital manufacturing for any company that wants to remain innovative and competitive in today’s digital workspace.  He shares ways that companies can maximize value within the supply chain and how IT can be used to better identify and solve business problems. As a speaker at the Leadership Seminar, Isaac will share ideas on where to start with smart manufacturing, what companies need to tackle first when approaching a digital transformation, and how to maximize the business value of digital manufacturing.  

Note: The Leadership Seminar: Journey to Industry 4.0 Seminar mentioned in this episode has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Check back here for more updates. 

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

The need for a transformation to digital manufacturing

  • Manufacturing tends to be the main driver behind a company’s digital transformation

  • The goal of making products more efficient and effective is driving the digital transformation

  • Because the greatest ROI generally happens in manufacturing, more innovation and analytics happens within manufacturing as well

  • Departments need to focus on solutions that offer a great impact with the potential for scaling the plan across the company

Maximizing value within the supply chain 

  • Customers within manufacturing would benefit from increased EDI (electronic data interchange) and embracing blockchain

  • A central portal for all providers and suppliers would offer solutions and increased communication between manufacturers, including Tier 1 and Tier 2 companies. 

  • Innovative companies need to stay up-to-date and on the edge of the most current technologies

  • PLM solution providers need to work to catch up to current technologies

  • Cloud computing security needs to be a greater topic of conversation

Using IT to identify and solve business problems

  • Software is only as good as the people using it

  • Proper training is essential for a successful transformation 

  • Identify workflow bottle-necks to better understand processes and problems

  • Value stream mapping is an essential method for more effective management



Isaac Bennett is the Digital Transformation and IT Manager at Detroit Manufacturing Systems (DMS), and formerly the Global IT Innovation Manager for Maxion Wheels; both tier-1 automotive suppliers. He has worked in the IT field for almost 20 years, where he led the automotive IT departments global digital transformation initiative, helping plants around the world implement smart manufacturing projects. He has a broad range of experience with information technology, is currently responsible for helping plants around the world implement technology into their manufacturing facilities to optimize their performance, and has experience managing global technical teams, projects and budgets.  Isaac has provided IT Leadership with product innovation, manufacturing process innovation, Industry 4.0, and the Industrial Internet of Things. Isaac will be one of the speakers at the upcoming Leadership Seminar: Journey to Industry 4.0.




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045: Social Tightening in a World of Social Distancing

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, March 24, 2020

045: Social Tightening in a World of Social Distancing


In today’s episode, Thom Singer addresses the topic that is on everyone’s mind right now — the COVID-19 pandemic and the effect it is having on every aspect of life.  The spread of the coronavirus has forced many of us to work from home, bringing disruption to not only how people are getting work done but also to their equally important social connections.  We at the Digital Enterprise Society are here to support you.  Join Thom as he shares several practical ideas that will help you effectively connect with others during this uncertain time.  

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

The “why” behind social tightening in times of uncertainty

  • First and foremost, recognize that every interaction you have is with a human being that is coping with these uncertain times in their own way

  • The epidemic of loneliness started long before the corona virus arrived

  • We are all in this together and we all need each other 

  • Begin with empathy — try to understand how people are personally being affected 

  • Maintain contact with The Big Five 

    • Your family — both in your house and extended family

    • Your friends — don’t let them feel distanced or alone

    • Your work contacts — your boss and coworkers

    • Your clients — offer to help however you can

    • Your community — find ways to serve those who are in need 

Tips for tightening relationships while social distancing 

  • Aim to be more personal and less broadcast in your communications 

  • Schedule regular check-ins with people that matter

  • Take time to send handwritten notes 

  • Initiate a virtual coffee or happy hour meet-up to connect with your social network 

  • Use calendar reminders to dedicate time to connect with people

  • Make a list of 50 people you would like to socially tighten with while socially distancing

  • Be understanding and patient with coworkers if they drop the ball 

  • Actively engage in social media to let people know that you are there for them

Tips for maintaining sanity and productivity at home 

  • Focus on being as productive as you can, within reason

    • Identify a clear start and stop time for each day

    • Communicate your work plan with your family 

    • Have a list of goals and projects you can accomplish during this time

  • Keep up with the news to maintain awareness of the current situation

  • Schedule personal time to maintain sanity — get out into nature

  • Have a family activity every day — eat dinner together, watch a movie, go on a walk


Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World by Vivek H. Murthy, M.D.

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Tags:  Mentorship  Professional Development  Social Distancing  Webinar 

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044: Synergizing the Future of PLM

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

044: Synergizing the Future of PLM


On thisepisode, Thom and Craig welcome Altair Kaminski, the PLM administrator in the space sector at Northrop Grumman.  Altair has joined the podcast to share her perspective on the possibility of integrating the big three silos of PLM, ERP, and MES into companies of any size, and details some of the current challenges that the Aerospace Working Group is working to overcome as the digital enterprise moves forward.  Most importantly, Altair shares her perspective on the importance of both mentoring and networking within any industry. If you want to gain a better understanding of the hard work and rewards that take place within the best subgroups of the Digital Enterprise Society, this episode is for you.

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

The future of the Big Three

  • Potential synergies between PLM, ERP, and MES may be a possibility in the future

  • Because each tool plays a specific role, it would be difficult for one software program to support all three within one toolset

  • Overlap between systems has the potential to complicate integration

  • The user experience within each of these domains is significantly different 

The work of the Aerospace Working Group

  • A brief history that brought three major aerospace companies together to minimize overlap and maximize efficiency.

  • Combining interest and awareness increases opportunities for all companies.

  • Additional subgroups have been created to tackle current challenges, including

    • Increased understanding of implementation of model-based systems engineering. 

    • Seeking a better industry definition of MBSE

    • Integration of toolsets and reusing digital information to include the digital thread and digital twin

    • Options to best involve suppliers in the reuse of data

    • Migrating and eliminating the excessive legacy data that comes with aerospace and defense companies

    • Engaging software vendors in offering assistance with upgrades so that companies can take advantage of the latest and greatest features

    • Handling continuous release of software updates 

    • While PLM is getting too large to manage as a single group, subgroups can now offer specific feedback to various pieces of the toolset


Mentoring and networking advice 


  • The evolution of the Digital Enterprise Society and its benefit for companies of any size and employees of any experience level

  • Experienced employees need to be willing to mentor those who ask

  • Providing good mentors can protect against poaching of a company’s best employees.

  • There is incredible value in getting involved and helping large companies like Siemens understand how heavily we rely on them to communicate with each other, suppliers, and customers. 

Correction- at [23:00] the guest incorrectly stated that what was previously PLM World is now Realize Live.  Rather, in 2019 Siemens took ownership of the Siemens PLM Connections - Americas annual conference previously hosted by the independent users group PLM World. Digital Enterprise Society was founded by a PLM World transitional Board of Directors.
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Altair Kaminski is a senior business process analyst and PLM administrator in the space sector at Northrop Grumman.  After attending Westminster College in Utah she worked for ATK as a process engineer with a focus on composites layup, then moved to L3 Communications where she worked for five years as a process engineer.  While there Altair began working on Big Bang, the process of transferring the company’s legacy systems into the Big Three — the PLM, ERP, and MES systems. Following this project Altair was the manager of the PLM team.  It was while there that she was asked to lead the same implementation project at Orbital ATK, where she works today.  


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Tags:  Aerospace Working Group (AWG)  Mentorship  MES  PLM  PRM 

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043: Evolving With Today’s Digital Workplace

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Monday, March 9, 2020

043: Evolving With Today’s Digital Workplace


On this episode, Thom  and Craig  welcome Lory Antonucci, the director of workforce innovations and solutions at Manpower. Lory understands the importance of evolving with the constantly changing digital workplace, and she shares effective ways to embrace those changes at any stage in your career.  She highlights three important connections you need to make in the digital workplace and offers practical advice for both managers that need to lean into coaching and to the younger generation as they are just starting their careers.

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

How to evolve with today’s digital transformations

  • Evolution is essential to continued survival and this applies to the digital world, too

  • Why do we have to adapt to modern technologies?

  • Embracing change is a critical component to a successful transformation

  • Seek opportunities to obtain additional training and solicit feedback from peers and managers 

  • Stay curious and take chances when they are presented to you

  • Many companies allocate company funds for promoting learning and inspiration

Top 3 digital connections you need to make

  • Connections across company organizations and well as with supply chains and the community

  • Connections made with data that supports quantifiable knowledge

  • Connections made from mission-oriented work provide opportunities to connect with like-minded people

What managers need to know about workforce changes

  • Coaching employees through a vision will be more effective than spouting directives

  • Creative problem solving and critical thinking skills are in high demand 

  • Areas of computing and artificial intelligence are not as essential as refined human skills

The importance of networking

  • Designers of solutions are more effective when they share ideas with others

  • Connections and shared experiences with other people are an essential component to a successful career  

  • A good network doesn’t require additional education or expense, but it is extremely valuable to your career


Lory Antonucci is an Executive Consultant for Digital Era Leadership & Workforce Change at Right Management, a Manpower Group Company.  As both a Talent Management practice member at Right Management and a Center of Expertise contributor for Manpower Group globally, she helps answer "what do organizations, leaders and individuals need to do to be adaptive, keep learning and achieve".  She leads solutioning efforts with global and Americas sales and consulting teams to understand client needs, propose and architect major talent planning/management and development solutions, and deliver the best of Manpower and Right's broad workforce solutions.  Many of her recent client projects in the workforce planning and development space with a focus on what's now and next: digital era upskilling, "leader of the future", and where and how to invest in talent development. 

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042: Prioritizing the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

042: Prioritizing the Fourth Industrial Revolution


On today’s episode, Thom and Craig welcome James Ricci, principal at 2764 Advisors and  Manufacturing Adviser at IoTco.  James has joined the podcast today to offer insights into the value of prioritizing and embracing the rapidly changing digital enterprise for companies of all sizes and individuals of all education and skill levels.  He shares practical ways to successfully implement digital improvements in any company and offers advice that will propel your career forward at any stage.  

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

How to define the digital enterprise

  • Is there a one-size-fits-all approach to the digital agency?

  • The digital enterprise offers a sustained competitive advantage using digital tools

  • The transformative process will be the same for all companies regardless of size

  • Companies can prioritize the implementation steps by defining the critical path and maximizing end-to-end processes

Tips for making lasting digital improvements

  • Highlight the benefits of updating digital tooling

  • Data sharing will be a critical part of successful digital transformation 

  • Solution providers can offer greater standards of the change management aspect

  • Technology is changing exponentially while people change logarithmically — here’s what to do about it

  • New technologies will require new competencies to be fulfilled either through training or new hire

A look into the upcoming leadership seminar

  • James will speak to the real data and information about what Industry 4.0 means for you

  • The seminar will highlight step-by-step integration of digital transformation 

  • Practical education and examples of solutions for universal problems

  • The seminar will be held on May 5, 2020 in Auburn Hills, Michigan

Career advice from an experienced manufacturer

  • Embrace a lifelong learning mindset and a willingness to reinvent yourself along the way

  • Being multiskilled is a huge asset to whatever organization you are a part of 

  • Stay curious and aware of how you fit into the larger picture at your company

  • People need to be just as flexible and adaptable as changing machinery and technology



James Ricci has 30 years of experience in engineering, manufacturing, quality and supply chain focused on implementing lean and process improvement initiatives, developing and executing operational turnarounds, developing manufacturing strategies, performing due diligence and market research.  He has globally executed more than 500 operational assessments, due diligence and improvement initiatives throughout his career for nearly every type of manufacturing industry stakeholder. His manufacturing expertise includes stamping, tooling, machining, plastic processing, die casting and value-added assembly.



Tags:  Change Management  Digital Enterprise  Digital Transformation  Industry 4.0 

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041: 3 Steps to Creating Value at Professional Events

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, February 25, 2020

041: 3 Steps to Creating Value at Professional Events

On this episode, Thom Singer emphasizes the value of attending professional events.  Conferences can be costly and time-consuming, but opportunities for professional development strengthen your network and increase your value to your company.  Thom shares the steps you need to take before, during, and after a conference to maximize both your investment and your time. Show your employer that they made the right choice in sending you.  

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

Steps to take before the conference

  • Identify your why?  What are the personal development goals you will meet by attending this conference? 

  • Provide to your boss a clear outline of the value of the conference, including topics, attendees, and opportunities to learn from industry thought leaders. 

  • Identify the ways you will be educated and motivated to increase effectiveness in your daily work.

  • Expanding your professional network will make you a greater resource to your company.

  • Reach out to speakers in advance and share questions that you are hoping to have answered at the conference. 

  • Highlight the relevant industry information that you expect to bring back with you. 

Steps to take during the conference 

  • Map out the conference agenda, including your priority sessions and speakers. 

  • Commit to attending all events offered and having meaningful conversations while you’re there. 

  • Prepare 3-4 questions that will encourage other attendees to talk about themselves.

  • Work to have deeper conversations with people you meet — before and after sessions, during meals, and at social hour.

  • Put your phone away, be present, and start-up conversations with the people sitting around you. 

  • Arrive early and offer to help the speaker before they begin their presentation, and follow-up with a conversation afterward. 

  • Write down the important information that you’ve gathered from the conference and plan to share it with your company afterward. 

  • Have fun! Take advantage of conference offerings while being true to yourself. 

Steps to take after the conference 

  • Transcribe your notes into a usable format that you can share with your coworkers.

  • Offer to share your information at a lunch and learn session or through a written summary.

  • Give your boss a report on the people you met at the conference.

  • Identify how new connections can be a benefit to your company. 

  • Prioritize follow-up communications with new connections. 

Tags:  Industry Events  Networking  Professional Development 

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040: Leaning into Smart Manufacturing

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Updated: Monday, February 17, 2020

040: Leaning into Smart Manufacturing 


On this episode, Thom and Craig welcome Susanne Lauda, the Director of  Global Advanced Manufacturing Technology at AGCO.  Susanne works to introduce product lifecycle manufacturing throughout all of the AGCO sites and has experienced both the right and the wrong way to introduce new digital processes into a company.  She offers insights into the value of smart manufacturing and shares effective ways to reduce resistance to new processes.  Susanne also shares the key advantage that the younger generation has in this digitally driven manufacturing world, and what they can do with that advantage to create a more successful career. 

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

The value of leaning into smart manufacturing

  • How to decide if a new technology is worth the investment.

  • The right way to start a digital thread for any product.

  • Smart manufacturing includes Industry 4.0 technologies such as 3D printing and drones. 

  • SM can only be considered beneficial if it helps improve your processes.

  • Clean data is the essential first step to successful smart manufacturing. 

Overcoming resistance to smart manufacturing

  • There is no value in automating processes that didn’t work well in the first place. 

  • Offer assurance that updating processes doesn’t mean completely changing everything. 

  • Small test groups are an ideal place to pilot a new process.

  • Highlight the value of sharing knowledge through technology with the entire company.

  • CM2 allows for more effective and complete change processes.

Career advice to keep you connected to PLM

  • Those who are digitally educated need to make connections with people who have industry experience. 

  • Reasons why young people should be interested in working in manufacturing.

  • Be willing to speak up when you see opportunities for digital change. 


Susanne Lauda joined AGCO Corporation in 2011, initially as a project manager for Manufacturing Automation projects. In her current role as Director, Global Advanced Manufacturing Technology she represents the business in regards to the Enterprise PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) implementation at AGCO global sites. This is an enabler for AGCO’s Design Anywhere Build Anywhere platform strategy, because it allows the global collaboration between the plants.  Susanne also drives the global strategy for Manufacturing 4.0 (Smart Factory), and manages a team that investigates the potential applications for new production tools, such as Additive Manufacturing. Susanne holds a degree in production engineering from her native Germany, and came to the United States in 1993 as part of the Space Shuttle manufacturing team. In April of 2017, she received the prestigious STEP Ahead Award from the Manufacturing Institute for her achievements as a female in the manufacturing industry, and a few weeks later she was voted on the national BoD for Women in Manufacturing.

Tags:  3D Printing  Configuration Management  Industry 4.0  Smart Manufacturing 

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039: Embracing Digital Technologies in Fracture Mechanics

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Updated: Monday, February 10, 2020

039: Embracing Digital Technologies in Fracture Mechanics


On today’s episode, Thom and Craig welcome Greg Thorwald, a principal consulting engineer at Quest Integrity, to discuss the current trends of crack predictions.  Greg is an expert in structural, fracture, and fatigue crack growth assessments and offers a look at the role that digital technologies play in fracture mechanics. He also shares basic steps that anyone can take to pave the way for a more successful career path.  With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Greg has advice that you won’t want to miss.  

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

The need for crack prediction in every industry

  • How experts predict if a crack is going to cause imminent machine failure. 

  • The predicted timeline and severity of crack, and when it will require repair, reinforcement, or repair. 

  • The tools used to locate a crack in a machine, whether it’s above or underground.

  • The job of a smart PIG.

The role of computer technology in crack prediction

  • Improved models combined with increased quantity of analyses run offer a better understanding of cracks than ever before.

  • The “what-if” analysis can allow for better crack outcomes under current conditions. 

  • Lifespan predictions present odds that companies can weigh against risk tolerance.  

  • The role that 3D printing can play in crack initiation analysis. 

Advice for growing your career

  • Students need to understand the most fundamental concepts of the industry, starting with math and English. 

  • Seek opportunities to attend conferences to increase your industry understanding.

  • Ask questions and make efforts to expand your growing network.


Greg Thorwald is a Principal Consulting Engineer at Quest Integrity with a demonstrated history of working with clients in a variety of industries, including oil & energy, aerospace and nuclear. He is skilled in custom software development using Fortran and C#, and skilled in using Finite Element Analysis, Fracture Mechanics, and Structural Engineering to examine structural components with defects or damage. Greg is a strong engineering professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from the University of Colorado Boulder. 

Tags:  3D Printing  Machine Failure  Predictive Analytics 

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038: 3 Types of Networks You Need to Succeed

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Updated: Monday, February 3, 2020

038: 3 Types of Networks You Need to Succeed

On this episode, Thom welcomes  Sarah Michel, the VP of Professional Connexity for Velvet Chainsaw Consulting.  Sarah has simple and actionable advice for taking your networking efforts to the next level at every stage of your career. Networking will define the level of success you are able to achieve in your career, and while it doesn’t require self promotion or transactional interactions, it does require intentional relationship building efforts.  To learn about the kinds of networks that you need in your career and how to start developing them today, don't miss this episode of the Digital Enterprise Society podcast.


On today’s podcast, you will learn:

Networking Basics for Beginners

  • Build digital networks on commonalities such as education and work experience.

  • Establish long-term relationships before you need to ask anyone for anything.

  • There is never a better time to start building networks than today. 

  • Seek opportunities to be a resource for others to increase your exposure to new opportunities.

  • Identify mentors, ask questions, and then listen to and learn from their answers.

The Value of Building Relationships Within Your Company

  • Networking isn’t only beneficial when you’re making a change in your career.

  • Volunteer for opportunities to increase your visibility among colleagues. 

  • Identify people that will assist in promotions and new opportunities. 

  • The ‘strength of weak ties’ illustrates the importance of a wide-reaching network.

Simple Ways to Extend Your Network Beyond Your Company

  • Don’t be afraid to ask for advice at a cup of coffee meeting- and pay for the coffee!

  • Stand out by writing a hand-written note after you connect with someone.

  • Look for opportunities to pay it forward in all of your networking circles.

  • Make the effort to attend live events and maximize your time there with a list of contacts clear intentions, and prompt follow-up.


Sarah Michel is Vice President of Professional Connexity for Velvet Chainsaw Consulting helping organizations deliver on the networking promise at face to face meetings. Sarah is an Experience Architect who has been working in the meetings industry for over 20 years to create dynamic audience experiences.  She is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) awarded by the National Speakers Association and a nationally recognized expert on networking and the creator of the NetWORTHing® process.  Sarah has keynoted and facilitated for audiences and organizations around the world on how to be a more effective connector and is the author of Perfecting Connecting©, A Guide to Mastering Networking in the Workplace and coauthor of the e-book Conference Connexity.

Tags:  Networking  Professional Development  Relationship Building  Weak-ties 

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037: The Value of Investing in Future Technologies

Posted By Digital Enterprise Society, Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, January 28, 2020

 037: The Value of Investing in Future Technologies 


On this episode, Thom Singer and Craig Brown welcome Mike Hughes, Program Director for Digital Engineering at Cummins, Inc. As a digital engineering leader, Mike has a front-row seat to the rapid technological changes that are taking place in today’s competitive market.   He understands the need for companies and people to stay ahead of these changes and offers his advice for both. The future of PLM needs big thinkers, and this episode offers ideas on how anyone can become the kind of thought leader that will successfully transition into the future of the digital transformation space.

On today’s podcast, you will learn:

How to Stay Ahead of Rapidly Changing Technology

  • Anticipate the highest trajectory of future projects. 

  • Identify and focus on disruptive items that are moving quickly. 

  • Look to successful businesses for complex models of success.

  • Keep track of technology maturity to know when to invest.  

Training the Next Generation on Legacy Systems 

  • Highlight the multitude of positions available within each department.

  • Offer strategic and innovative recruiting ideas for recent college graduates. 

  • Set expectations and assign exceptional managers to train recent graduates. 

  • Provide development and training opportunities that highlight the variety of positions 

  • Identify the changing technologies that require increased skill sets in order to remain competitive. 

A Look at the Future of 3D Printing

  • 3D printing offers production of more parts and less assembly lines. 

  • Tools and printer technology are improving and still maturing. 

  • Product creation is no longer limited to items that have to be nailed or bent. 

  • 3D printing will require increased skill sets for design, simulation, programming and more.

How to Become a Big Thinker

  • Learn more about yourself identify and develop your strengths. 

  • Ask the kinds of questions that can solve future industry problems. 

  • Embrace a problem-solving mindset in all of your work and training. 

  • Understand the direction that businesses are moving toward. 

  • Track how technologies successfully move through industries.


Mike Hughes is the Program Director of Digital Engineering and Transformation at Cummins, Inc.  His focus is to drive the strategy and execution of modeling, simulation, visualization, and related practices to accelerate the product development life cycle. This includes all elements of the digital enterprise or digital engineering concepts. His team focuses on improving the skills, tools, processes, and data management around M&S disciplines globally.  Mike received his Bachelor's degree from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business and also collaborates with the Purdue University Polytechnic Institute Digital Enterprise Center.

Tags:  3D Printing  Additive Manufacturing  PLM 

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