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8:15 AM Siemens PLM Software Executive Chuck Grindstaff CEO & President, Siemens PLM Software
This session will cover the key industry and market trends affecting the future success of today’s manufacturing companies. Additionally the presentation will describe the fundamental pillars of the Siemens PLM Software HD-PLM strategy and how they respond to these trends and address the customer requirements for sustainable success.
9:00 AM Accelerating Transformation through People, Infrastructure, and Technology Clifton Triplett, Vice President and Chief
Information Officer, Baker Hughes
…This is made possible through the use of a Rapid Application Development (RAD) approach to configuration and a strict adherence to lean industry best practices. The success of these early deployments resulted a “motivated” customer base actively pulling for PLM. Next PLM was deployed to deliver efficiency gains in an area of Engineering / Supply Chain facing challenges. The success of this deployment resulted in a second customer base pulling for PLM having experienced a “compelling win”.
9:45 AM Transforming Boeing’s PLM Russ Benson, Director, IT Engineering Systems, Boeing
Russ Benson is director of the Boeing IT Engineering Systems organization, which is part of Boeing IT Product Systems. He is responsible for all aspects of engineering systems used throughout the company. Russ joined Boeing in 1984 as a Systems Engineer on the AWACS program for the mission communication and RADAR systems. Prior to his current position he was director of Engineering Operations in Boeing Commercial Airplanes responsible for Engineering Processes, Standards and System Requirements. Russ’ will share a video of Boeing Products, outlining the complexities that need to be addressed in a large complex PLM environment and will discuss current and future needs.
8:20 AM Crisis in Manufacturing: Global Aging Workforce, Product Complexity, and the Education Gap Bill Boswell, Siemens PLM Software
If there are so many people out of work, why are there so many technical jobs that are going unfilled today? On the heels of a global recession, companies are now facing demographic, education, and experience challenges that, without careful planning and collaboration, will result in crisis. Learn how Siemens PLM Software can help.
8:35 AM Closing the Technical Workforce Gap – The Role of Academic, Government, and Business Collaboration in STEM Education Assistant Secretary Jane Oates, United State Department of Labor in the Employment & Training Administration
The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA) is the federal agency charged with supporting the efficient functioning of the U.S. labor market by providing job training, employment, labor market information, and income support for workers who have lost their jobs. Millions of employees have been dislocated from their jobs in traditional industries and need new skills to compete for jobs in the labor market. Now more than ever, there is fierce global competition for an educated workforce. To address these economic dynamics, the ETA is strengthening partnerships across federal agencies, developing clear career pathways that lead to attainment of industry-recognized credentials, developing better virtual career tools, and investing in “earn and learn” training strategies.
8:00 AM Coffee & Conversations with Chuck and Team Chuck Grindstaff CEO & President, Siemens PLM Software, Product Development Team
Chuck Grindstaff and his team are responsible for all Siemens PLM Software products including creation, improvement, competitiveness and quality. During this session, Chuck will answer questions from the audience. If you have a question you would like to submit, please visit the registration desk. Chuck will make every attempt to fit your question into the session if time allows.