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Journey to MBE - Enabling the Model-Based Enterprise

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Latest Episodes

007 – A conversation with Jennifer Herron

In this episode I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I had with Jennifer Herron, who is the CEO of Action Engineering, which is a firm that provides consulting services and training in the area of Model-Based Definition and Model-Based Enterprise. During this interview we touch on a wide variety of topics from her early days as an engineer, to starting her own business, to her point of view on the state of this MBE trend, to her book:... Read More Read More

46 MIN2016 OCT 25
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007 – A conversation with Jennifer Herron

006 – Query? What’s a query?

In this episode I review the concept of query as it relates to MBD. Query is the primary means of interacting with an MBD model. You can get information about the various digital elements in a model using query, and most importantly you can get information about the relationships between these digital elements. In most cases, these relationships between digital elements cannot be presented in an unambiguous way without the use of query, which is why query isan important and... Read More Read More

27 MIN2016 AUG 15
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006 – Query? What’s a query?

005 – The Importance of Community

In this episode I provide my thoughts on the importance of the community known as the MBD Technical Committee, which is part of the PTC/User Technical Committees. This community has been around for over 10 years and provides a lot of value to its members – those who are PTC customers as well as those who work for PTC. Following the recent LiveWorx 2016 event some changes were announced to how the PTC/User Technical Committees will operate. I discuss those... Read More Read More

32 MIN2016 JUL 15
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005 – The Importance of Community

004 – A conversation with Rosemary Astheimer

In this episode I share a conversation I recently had with Rosemary Astheimer, a good friend who’s doing some interesting things in the MBD/MBE space. Among other things we talk about her coursework at Purdue University where she teaches MBD and about her new book on ModelCheck. At the end of the interview she shares an insightful piece of advice for anyone starting out their MBE journey. Take a listen and I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as... Read More Read More

39 MIN2016 JUN 7
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004 – A conversation with Rosemary Astheimer

003 – 4 Keys to a Successful MBD Implementation

In this episode I take a higher level look at what it takes to have a successful MBD implementation.There are 4 key things that you need to focus on throughout the MBE journey. Those things are: Value Management Process Technology Adoption During this episode I cover each of these four things and provide a few important considerations for each of them. After you listen to the episode, don’t forget to leave a comment regarding the one thing that you didn’t... Read More Read More

30 MIN2016 MAY 2
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003 – 4 Keys to a Successful MBD Implementation

002 – Orthographic views, good or bad for MBD?

In this episode I talk about the topic of using an orthographic orientation for your saved views in MBD models and whether they are something to be embraced or avoided. I’m contrasting orthographic orientations (where the principal surfaces of the model are parallel or perpendicular to the screen) from isometric orientations (any orientation where the principal surfaces are NOT parallel or perpendicular to the screen). Here, I’m using a very loose definition of isometric and not the strict technical definition... Read More Read More

27 MIN2016 APR 25
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002 – Orthographic views, good or bad for MBD?

001 – The story behind the show

Welcome to the first episode of Journey to MBE! This is a short episode where I just wanted to provide you with some background information on myself so you can get to know me a little bit better and then I also wanted to explain how the idea of this podcast came to be and what my goals for the podcast are. I hope you enjoy listening!

13 MIN2016 APR 9
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001 – The story behind the show
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Latest Episodes

007 – A conversation with Jennifer Herron

In this episode I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I had with Jennifer Herron, who is the CEO of Action Engineering, which is a firm that provides consulting services and training in the area of Model-Based Definition and Model-Based Enterprise. During this interview we touch on a wide variety of topics from her early days as an engineer, to starting her own business, to her point of view on the state of this MBE trend, to her book:... Read More Read More

46 MIN2016 OCT 25
Comments
007 – A conversation with Jennifer Herron

006 – Query? What’s a query?

In this episode I review the concept of query as it relates to MBD. Query is the primary means of interacting with an MBD model. You can get information about the various digital elements in a model using query, and most importantly you can get information about the relationships between these digital elements. In most cases, these relationships between digital elements cannot be presented in an unambiguous way without the use of query, which is why query isan important and... Read More Read More

27 MIN2016 AUG 15
Comments
006 – Query? What’s a query?

005 – The Importance of Community

In this episode I provide my thoughts on the importance of the community known as the MBD Technical Committee, which is part of the PTC/User Technical Committees. This community has been around for over 10 years and provides a lot of value to its members – those who are PTC customers as well as those who work for PTC. Following the recent LiveWorx 2016 event some changes were announced to how the PTC/User Technical Committees will operate. I discuss those... Read More Read More

32 MIN2016 JUL 15
Comments
005 – The Importance of Community

004 – A conversation with Rosemary Astheimer

In this episode I share a conversation I recently had with Rosemary Astheimer, a good friend who’s doing some interesting things in the MBD/MBE space. Among other things we talk about her coursework at Purdue University where she teaches MBD and about her new book on ModelCheck. At the end of the interview she shares an insightful piece of advice for anyone starting out their MBE journey. Take a listen and I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as... Read More Read More

39 MIN2016 JUN 7
Comments
004 – A conversation with Rosemary Astheimer

003 – 4 Keys to a Successful MBD Implementation

In this episode I take a higher level look at what it takes to have a successful MBD implementation.There are 4 key things that you need to focus on throughout the MBE journey. Those things are: Value Management Process Technology Adoption During this episode I cover each of these four things and provide a few important considerations for each of them. After you listen to the episode, don’t forget to leave a comment regarding the one thing that you didn’t... Read More Read More

30 MIN2016 MAY 2
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003 – 4 Keys to a Successful MBD Implementation

002 – Orthographic views, good or bad for MBD?

In this episode I talk about the topic of using an orthographic orientation for your saved views in MBD models and whether they are something to be embraced or avoided. I’m contrasting orthographic orientations (where the principal surfaces of the model are parallel or perpendicular to the screen) from isometric orientations (any orientation where the principal surfaces are NOT parallel or perpendicular to the screen). Here, I’m using a very loose definition of isometric and not the strict technical definition... Read More Read More

27 MIN2016 APR 25
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002 – Orthographic views, good or bad for MBD?

001 – The story behind the show

Welcome to the first episode of Journey to MBE! This is a short episode where I just wanted to provide you with some background information on myself so you can get to know me a little bit better and then I also wanted to explain how the idea of this podcast came to be and what my goals for the podcast are. I hope you enjoy listening!

13 MIN2016 APR 9
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001 – The story behind the show
the END
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