Systems Engineering for Rapid Innovation in a Hyper-Dynamic World, Part 1
This is the first in a series of three blog posts about systems engineering for rapid innovation in a hyper-dynamic world. This post introduces the subject and discusses it within the context of the system of interest and the enterprise system.
Systems engineering is often perceived as being at odds with a culture and environment that embraces rapid innovation. Organizations can overcome these perceptions when they are willing to adapt and apply tailored right-sized systems engineering implementations.
Check out the original post for the full story, then follow our blog for parts 2 and 3.
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