Course: Empowering Innovation with Guard Rails
Onsite Duration: 5 days
Online IpX LMS Duration: Within 60 days
When we think of an organization’s data we traditionally think of it as a simple tool or step in the process that helps
an organization accomplish a goal. An organization’s data is so much more than a simple tool. It is the organization’s DNA; the foundational building blocks that allow you to leverage institutional knowledge, optimize current product offerings and
conceptualize the products of tomorrow.
Think of the Digital Thread as the digital connective tissue between enterprise disciplines and datasets akin to the building blocks of a DNA strand. Individually they each tell part of the story from a different perspective and with a different focus.
But connected together they become far more powerful. They build upon one another to create a product or project: a Digital Twin. This allows an organization to work initiatives and challenges tactically with a confidence that the scope of the change
is understood not only at its current point in the lifecycle but with an understanding of downstream implications to ensure the decisions being made address the full lifecycle of the product.
This course will provide practical knowledge and demonstrate that breakthrough business process improvement outcomes are achieved by holistically addressing the interoperability of your organizations people, processes, systems and data. Technology enables
process change, but desirable business improvement outcomes cannot be achieved without organizational changes. Ultimately, people must be inspired, empowered, and engaged.
Additional Course Information:
CM2 Application Specialist certificate is awarded upon completion
Non CM2 Graduates receive credit for CM2-01 Foundation of Operational Excellence
Prior CM2 Graduates receive refresher credit for retention of their CM2 certification
Standard course length is 5 days; the course can be tailored to 3 or 4 days
The content of this course includes key elements, principles and building blocks of the CM2 Model