Get ready for our CM Highlights!

To keep up with current CM practices and to stay in tune with our CM community, take part of CM Highlights. Each webinar is devoted to a particular CM practitioner that presents CM challenges and ongoing or planned CM development in the organization.

Standard agenda is 20 minutes presentation followed by 20 minutes of reflections, comments and questions.

Our first highlight is …

CM for System of systems at Tetra Pak

Magnus Timmerby, Systems Engineering Tetra Pak, highlights how Tetra Pak currently adress how CM should be developed to support the higher system levels.

Join the webinar on feb 17th 14.00 – 14.45

Register by emailing your name and organisation to webinar@cmforum.se no later than feb 15th.

Pssst … More CM Highlights will follow this spring. Get in touch if you want your place of work or something particular regarding CM to be highlighted.

Register for CM Forum event no1 2020

Join us on online dec 16th, 15.00 – 16.00

Welcome to the first event of 2020 that was originally planned to take place in April 2020 at Bombardier’s facilities in Stockholm. Instead we will now arrange it as a webinar. The focus this time is CM and DevOps. We have invited Erik Hochbergs and Laroy Sjödal who early this year finialized their thesis at LTH, researching Software Configuration Management in a DevOps context.
Find program details and register here.

Best regards,
CM Forum facilitators

Results from Electrolux

The presentations and un-processed results from the event at Electrolux is now available in the Resource section (click on tab “Workshops”).

Some of the ideas captured will be further developed at next CM Forum event, taking place at Ericsson on Nov 19th. Invitation and more info will follow in a few weeks.

If you and your organization are interested in hosting a CM Forum even during the spring of 2020, it is high time to contact us, since we now start next years planning.

After work discussions

The AW on feb 21st attracted participants working at FMV, Ericsson, Syntell, Acando, Front Arena, Veoneer, Electrolux, Advanze and Infinera konsult. A wide range of topics were discussed. See pictures below for thoughts captured by interactive digital support. Other suggestions and tips from the participants:

  • The AW should be a reoccurring event
  • New seminar/workshop themes: CM in the cloud, CMM – is it still relevant?, CM standards and how to interpret them, the CM role, the business case for CM
  • Suggested future host: Electrolux
  • Tip: this information security standard has CM relevance: NIST – Guide for security – Focused CM of information systems.

Save the dates for events spring 2019

Save the dates for the spring 2019 events:
 
CM FORUM After Work, 2019-02-21 17.00 at Scandic Malmen Stockholm (Lilla baren)
Meet old and new network participators and facilitators and catch up on the latest trends in the CM community. Reflect and get inspired in the relaxed Scandic Malmen setting and enjoy a brief presentation of CM FORUM’s past, present and future (at approx 17.30 in the separée room).
No registration is needed to join this event, just show up! 

Smart industry seminar, 2019-04-24 09.00 – 16.00 at Swedish Standard Institute (Torsplan, Stockholm)
CM FORUM supports SIS in organising a one-day event with seminars and workshops focusing on the standardisation of the information aspects that come with Smart industry (IoT, AI, AIDC, big data, industrial automation, smart manufacturing, etc). CM plays a vital role when creating value of the Smart industry technologies and CM FORUM participators will bring the CM perspective to the event.
Registration for this event will be necessary, wait for additional information. 

Register for CM FORUM SUMMIT 2016

It is now possible to register for the final event of the year!

Join us in summarizing the past two years of CM Forum! Celebrate the release of CM Forum’s second white paper and take part in the workshop and discussion on this event’s topic:
What’s next for Configuration Management?

We will take part of two case stories – presented by organisations that currently are on a journey, preparing their CM capability for the future: Saab and Tetrapak.

The last workshop of the year will discuss the CM implications of Circular Economy. This concept captures the growing trend of re-using and recycling resources and the shift from selling a product to selling the service the product provides. The premise of the workshop will be that many of the methods and tools required to benefit from the business models in a circular economy already are accessible today within the Systems Engineering and Logistics Engineering domains. Our workshop will discuss what this shift means for CM.

Take a look at the program and register.

Hope to see you there!