In business, time to market (TTM), is very important. Late product launches and slow TTM negatively impact revenues, risk the erosion of the addressable market, reducing opportunities and causing products to become obsolete faster. That’s why, the speed and pace of the global operating environment is only getting get faster and faster. You can say there is a “terror-balance” (interdependence) between value creation, risk and speed. Eliminate all risks and, at the same, time you eliminate any value creation. Both at highest and lowest possible speed you get exposed to more risk.
I heard it once said that “The value that engineering brings to an organization is the creation of useful knowledge.” I thought the value I brought was the new product I develop for the customer!? But where do those products come from? How do we make decisions about...
An unexpected visit to an emergency room provided an opportunity to reflect on how to increase the sustainment of visual systems in any setting.
Much is said and written about building trust in an organization, yet many teams still suffer from low levels of trust within the team and between the team and their leader. So how do leaders act to gain their peoples trust? And how do leaders put trust in their...
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Excellent event. Very good speakers, time for exchange, and networking is really worthwhile.