Thad Henry, formerly of the NASA Chief Engineer’s Systems Engineering Office, joins IpX as an Instructor and Assessor
DENVER, CO (June 20, 2018), - The Institute for Process Excellence (IpX) is happy to announce that Thad Henry, formerly of the NASA Chief Engineer’s Systems Engineering Office, is joining IpX as an instructor and assessor.
Thad has over 35 years of experience in government aerospace, as well as participating on several standards and professional excellence organizations including SAE, PDES Inc, ASME, NDIA and ACDM. He has a wide breadth of experience in enterprise planning, product life-cycle applications, technical assessments, model-based process improvement, configuration management, information and data management, and organizational team leadership. Thad has recently received the NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal and the SAE James M. Crawford Technical Standards Outstanding Achievement Award.
Thad’s expertise, tutelage, and leadership will be a strong asset for IpX technical standards and model-based enterprise professional instruction and assessments. We are happy to have Thad on the team and look forward to sharing his professional capabilities through IpX services.
About the Institute for Process Excellence:
IpX is best known for the creation of the industry changing CM2 certification program initiated in 1986. Today, IpX remains the global industry standard for enterprise configuration and change management. Their global workforce development sector has adapted and grown into the premier worldwide educational resource for enterprise operational excellence and high-performance culture training with courses offered in seven languages.
IpX’s global services sector ensures their clients achieve operational excellence through a unique combination of industry leading application strategies coupled with business engagement experts that provide needed enthusiasm for change by infusing the mission throughout the enterprise.