Do the following statements sound a little too familiar?
Sub-optimization runs rampant in most organizations. Businesses and organizational structures are defined by traditional departmental lines, limited span of control, and associated measurements that significantly hamper a company's ability to make the transformational adjustments needed to maximize success.
- My company's ability to make the needed transformational adjustments is hampered by the way the organization is structured.
- Our processes, procedures, and/or supporting information systems and structures yield less than the best possible outcome or output.
- My company has no true end-to-end ownership of its products' lifecycles.
- PLM and digital transformation are seen as two different initiatives, with perhaps some overlap.
- I don't know what to make of all the PLM-related new technologies and terms that are being thrown at me on daily basis.
Does this sound familiar? Do your processes, procedures, and/or supporting information systems and structures yield less than the best possible outcome or output, caused by a lack of coordination across organizational boundaries? If so, you need to step back and take another approach. Today's multitude of business and technology disruptors leave you no choice.
This webinar will discuss some of today's key lifecycle management-related disruptors that must be understood and dealt with. It will also show how to best drive an end-to-end business transformational approach that avoids the sub-optimization trap that many fall into.
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