Date Added: Apr 2010
Many research and development (R&D) organizations largely focus on reducing administrative inefficiencies, yet they tend to overlook the bigger issue of engineering churn, which is caused by problems such as shifting design requirements, poor integration of design components and post-production design changes.
In the wake of economic turmoil and anticipation of a rebound, every organization must choose its own path ? striking a powerful balance between investing in growth, driving efficiency, managing risk and meeting compliance obligations. It's no longer about the downturn or the upturn. It's about your turn.