impact matrix

Ignorance is Bliss! (till it isn’t)

This post is based on the IpX ConX19 Keynote that I gave together with Martin Haket, remember when we could still do in-person conferences? And it is the prequel to the posts We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! and CM2: the cross-platform standard for impact analysis! Thanks to Max Gravel from IpX who was so kind to let me use his images. James Newman triggered me with his comment on my post ‘Would… Read More »Ignorance is Bliss! (till it isn’t)

Applying AI/ML to Configuration Management

Aras CTO Rob McAveney presented the Aras Vision on Wednesday 11 November 2020 at the Aras Digital 2020 – Europe virtual event. During the Q&A he explained that AI/ML (artificial intelligence and machine learning) would change the way we do Impact Analysis. We either had the same ideas or Aras really listens when good ideas are shared.  A little over a year ago I created the picture in the header as part of… Read More »Applying AI/ML to Configuration Management

Martin Haket interviewed by Thom Singer and Craig Brown of the Digital Enterprise Society

Podcast: Raising Industry Standardswith Configuration Management At the IpXConX19 event, Thom Singer and Craig Brown interviewed Martin Haket for the Digital Enterprise Society Podcast. He talked about Configuration Management and the need for standards especially in the area of Impact Analysis related to the presentation I did with Martin Haket on Ignorance is Bliss! You can find the article based on this presentation here: We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! You can find the podcast here: 025: RAISING INDUSTRY STANDARDS WITH CONFIGURATION… Read More »Martin Haket interviewed by Thom Singer and Craig Brown of the Digital Enterprise Society

Interview by Thom Singer and Craig Brown of the Digital Enterprise Society

Podcast: The integral role of Configuration Management in Industry 4.0 At the IpXConX19 event, Thom Singer and Craig Brown interviewed me for the Digital Enterprise Society Podcast. I talk about Configuration Management and the intersection with Industry 4.0. And I talk about the presentation I did with Martin Haket on Ignorance is Bliss! You can find the article based on this presentation here: We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! You can find the podcast here: 021: THE INTEGRAL ROLE OF… Read More »Interview by Thom Singer and Craig Brown of the Digital Enterprise Society

CM2: the cross-platform standard for impact analysis!

CM2 the cross-platform standard for impact analysis! Almost a week ago Jos Voskuil published a post on LinkedIn and virtualdutchman.com (A cross-platform interface standard for impact analysis?) as a response an article of me and Martin Haket (We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! Naturally I have to respond with another article as LinkedIn have a very limited way of giving feedback. CM2 (Enterprise CM) First some background on CM2. CM2 provides the operating… Read More »CM2: the cross-platform standard for impact analysis!

We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis!

We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! Co-author: Martin Haket In case you have missed it, at the IpX ConX19 conference in San Diego Martin Haket and me stirred things up with our question to the panel of PLM/CLM vendors when we can expect a proper standard to support Impact Analysis across business systems. Oleg Shilovitsky already posted several articles about this:  Who needs PLM standards? What would happen if PLM vendors would agree on data… Read More »We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis!

Impact Analysis

Impact Analysis It is my belief that one of the most critical steps of the change process is the impact analysis. A good impact analysis can make the difference between profit and loss. Most companies use the item hierarchy, product structure, or bill of material to help determine the impact of a change. However it is not as simple as that, especially with the trend of ever increasing complexity of… Read More »Impact Analysis