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Wayne Edwards and Steve Borne – Augmented Reality

Saturday, June 19, 2021 @ 10am

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Wayne Edwards and Steve Borne

Show Topic:

New employees to the workforce expect to have info at their digital fingertips and employers are looking for new ways to remove barriers to what they need faster.
 
Imagine a modern training and technology that resembles “PokémonGo” and improves quality and operations by more than50%. It’s not a dream, it’s Augmented Reality (AR) the next tool for HR and Business, and it’s coming to your business sooner than you think.

 

 
Listen to Wayne Edwards, Augmented Reality Specialist at PTC, and Steve Borne, Solutions Sales Executive from Scone discuss with host CMA’s David Ciullo this new and exciting technology.

About The Guest:

Steven Borne is a Senior Solutions Sales Executive with Sconce, a PTC platinum partner. Borne helps firms leverage PTC’s Computer-Aided Design (Creo CAD), Product Lifecycle Management (Windchill PLM), Industrial IoT (Thingworx platform), and Augmented Reality (Vuforia) software to drive business improvements and Sconce services to assure firms achieve the financial impact they expect from technology investments.

 

 
After more than a decade of Competitive and Market Intelligence services sales, Borne is back in his technology environment as industrial Augmented Reality is changing the way workers are trained and supported on the job. The transformation is similar to Borne’s marketing experience in the early 2000s when he was speaking at Telecommunications conferences, publishing articles, and evangelizing to the evolving wireless communications industry about how the world will change with what all know as today’s smartphones and applications.

 

 
Prior to making the sales/marketing transition Borne held various engineering and Program Management roles in the Schneider Electric Industrial Automation division. His career started in controls engineering, automating processes, and discrete manufacturing lines.

 

 
Borne earned his MBA from the D’Amore-Mckim School of Business at Northeastern University, graduating Beta Gamma Sigma. Borne holds a BS in Mechanical Engineer from the University of New Hampshire along with a minor in Ocean Engineering.

 

 
In New Hampshire, non-partisan politics Borne is known for his NH Common Denominator Newsletter and as President of the Rye Civic League. In 2019, Borne published his first book, Consuming Government.

 

The leading PTC Augmented Reality  subject expert matter, Wayne is at the forefront of working with firms searching for business challenges solutions and competitive advantages.  Even through Covid he has been constantly traveling to firms as they can experience  what Augmented Reality feels like on their floor with their applications.  He has developed expertise in improving how frontline workers operate and mitigate time to productivity.

 

Wayne has 25+ years’ experience helping customers in various industries improve business performance utilizing technology to optimize key processes, now called Digital Transformation..   Prior to his Augmented Reality focus, Wayne helped firms leverage their information working for PTC, Hewlett Packard, Oracle, Autodesk, Agile Software and Arena Solutions.

 

Wayne attained his B.A in Marketing and Management Systems from Lander University, where he played varsity soccer.


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Change Leadership – Mary Axelsen

Saturday, June 12, 2021 @ 10am

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Mary Axelsen

Show Topic:

On this episode of HR Power Hour, join host Tawny Alvarez as she talks to WeMaax Consulting Founder & CEO Mary Axelsen about CARE Change Framework and the work that WeMaax Consulting does in the Change Leadership arena.

From coaching circles to one-on-one leadership development programs on this episode we will discuss how organizations and leaders can bring their leadership team to the next level and how WeMaax helps leaders overcome many of the self-created impediments to change.

About The Guest:

Mary Axelsen is the Founder & CEO of WeMaax Consulting and a former global HR Executive with a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University.

She comes with 20 years of experience consulting with and coaching global leaders and employees in all areas of HR. She has partnered with leaders to implement transformative change in a wide range of industries and functions across the globe to include:

•Fortune 500, public, private, nonprofit organizations; industries include Biotechnology, Financial Services, Insurance, Retail, Healthcare•Functions: IT, Supply Chain, Procurement, Sales, Marketing, Benefits, Operations, R&D.

She holds certifications in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion from Bentley University, Change Styles Indicator from MHS Assessments, 360 assessments from TeamTelligent, and Essential Facilitation from Interaction Associates. Her areas of specialty are organizational design, organizational and culture change, talent strategies, diversity, equity, and inclusion (emphasis on gender equity), and coaching. She is also an Olympia Leader Advisor with Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute and sits on the Governance Board for The Dempsey Center. She enjoys golfing, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.


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Dr. Shantanu Nundy

Saturday, June 5, 2021 @ 10am

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Dr. Shantanu Nundy

Show Topic:

If the healthcare system were an emperor, Covid-19 tragically revealed that it had no clothes.

In his new book, Care After Covid, Dr. Shantanu Nundy―Chief Medical Officer of Accolade, lays out a comprehensive plan to transform healthcare.

Listen as CMA host David Ciullo and DR Nundy provides action items leaders and HR professionals can do right now to help their employees and their organizations navigate the medical minefield today.

About The Guest:

Shantanu is a physician, entrepreneur, and technologist passionate about reinventing healthcare for all. He currently serves as Chief Medical Officer of Accolade, where he oversees the company’s clinical strategy and solutions to improve health outcomes for two million individuals and families and practice primary care at Neighborhood Health, a federally qualified health center in the greater Washington, DC, area. He also serves as a lecturer in health policy at the George Washington Milken Institute for Public Health and as an advisor to the World Bank Group on digital health and innovation. His second book, Care After Covid: What the Pandemic Revealed Is Broken in Healthcare and How to Reinvent It.

Previously, he served as a senior health specialist in the World Bank Group’s Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice where he accelerated the adoption of health innovation and technology across the Bank’s $15 billion healthcare portfolio in low- and middle-income countries. He also served as Director of the Human Diagnosis Project, a healthcare AI startup company, and Managing Director for Clinical Innovation at Evolent Health, a population health company, where he supported the launch of value-based care and accountable care organizations around the country.

His work has been recognized by the World Health Organization and the MacArthur Foundation and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, The Atlantic, JAMA, Rolling Stone, and Wired Magazine.

Shantanu completed his undergraduate studies at MIT, MD from Johns Hopkins, and MBA from University of Chicago.


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Scot Mattox – Identifying Impairment in the Workforce

Saturday, May 29, 2021 @ 10am

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Scot Mattox

Show Topic:

At a time in which alcohol and drug abuse is on the rise, are you or someone in your company in a position to identify when an employee is under the influence of an impairing substance?

Whether your organization has a drug testing policy, has federal contracts, has employees driving vehicles or operating heavy equipment, each may play a role in your legal obligations, but what about your general obligations to keep your work environment—and the people in your work environment—safe.

On this episode of HR Power Hour, join Tawny as she talks to Scot Mattox, Esq. CEO of Dirigo Safety, LLC about identifying impairment in the workplace and the services that Dirigo Safety, LLC offers to companies to help educate leaders as to best practices related to safety and health concerning drugs and alcohol in the workplace.

From identifying signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug overdoses and impairment, appropriate elements to include in your impairment policies, and understanding the ever changing and evolving “lingo” about drugs, this is a can’t miss episode.

About The Guest:

Scot Mattox retired in September 2013 as a Sergeant with the Portland Police Department after 26 years in law enforcement. During his career, he held a number of positions within the police department including Patrol Sergeant, Directed Patrol and Tactical Enforcement Sergeant, and Internal Affairs Investigator.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminology; a master’s degree in Public Policy and Management; a Juris Doctor from the University of Maine School of Law and is currently a member in good standing of the Maine Bar as well as an Adjunct Instructor in Criminology, Juvenile Justice, and Law Enforcement Ethics for St. Joseph’s College of Maine. He is formally a Maine licensed Paramedic and an Adjunct Instructor in Police Use of Force and Police Procedure at Southern Maine Community College.

After leaving Portland PD, Mr. Mattox worked as a Hearings Examiner for the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles for a year before taking a position as Maine’s first Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP) contracted through a grant from the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety (MeBHS). Currently, Mr. Mattox is the owner and CEO of Dirigo Safety, LLC where he continues TSRP contract work for MeBHS; as well as overseeing Dirigo Safety’s contract work with the Maine Center for Disease Control’s for Administrative Oversight of the Enforcement of Underage Drinking Laws grant. He is also a reserve officer for Falmouth, Maine PD.

In addition to the grant work above, Dirigo Safety, LLC is the primary vendor for the Maine Criminal Justice Academy as Lesson Plan Writers for the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program and the Administration of the Maine Law Enforcement Accreditation Program for the Maine Chiefs of Police. Dirigo also conducts law enforcement in-service training all over Maine and the several New England States. In 2020, Mr. Mattox was a contributing author for two publications by the National Traffic Law Center: Cannabis Impairment Detection Workshop Handbook; and the 2020 update of the Cops in Courttraining class curriculum.

Since 2017, DirigoSafety has held more than 100 classes and trained over 1,000 police officers in various law enforcement applications including The Fourth Amendment, Vehicle Operation Liability, Conducting Background Investigations, and Responding to Major Crimes and Homicides. Dirigo’s Mixed (Cannabis/Alcohol) Impairment Detection Lab (where officers are trained to detect cannabis and alcohol impairment using volunteers who have consumed either substance) is the first of its kind in the United States. Dirigo Safety also teaches workplace safety classes including Active Shooter Awareness; Workplace De-escalation; and Drug Impairment in the Workplace.

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