Systems Engineering for Rapid Innovation in a Hyper-Dynamic World, Part 2
This is the second in a series of three blog posts about systems engineering for rapid innovation in a hyper-dynamic world. The Part 1 introduced the subject; this post wraps up the discussion started in the last post on how to address each of the three key systems from the standpoint of rapid innovation. Part 3 concludes with recommendations on how the systems engineer should proceed in such an environment.
Systems engineers today are asked to develop increasingly complex systems-of-interest within enterprises and external environments that are also rapidly changing and dynamic. Requirements developed on day one may be irrelevant before the project has concluded. The “game” we’re playing is an infinite one. If we do not understand that, we will get overtaken by a competitor who does. By acknowledging these realities and adapting to them, we can still navigate today’s world with skill and finesse.
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