Configuration Manager, Nammo Talley
TOPIC: CM2’S ROLE IN INNOVATION
Everyone knows that creative types don’t like to follow the rules. So when it comes to product innovation, how do you enlist your creative types in your design anddevelopment process? Does the flexibility of CM2 and its ability to “change often” allow creative types the flexibility to explore their ideas while still conforming to rule?
Join me in a discussion as we look at anecdotal innovation failures. If CM2 were applied to these failures, would they have been market successes? Are there enabling tools available to document the phase gates of the development process while still allowing the creative types to act freely?
Bring your favorite (and anonymous) failures and add to a lively conversation on CM2’s Role in Innovation.
Scott is a multifaceted, pragmatic engineering specialist contributing to advanced engineering performance through skillful alignment of resources. He is focused on elevating organizational productivity, efficiency, and infrastructure through development, implementation, and management of advanced systems, process improvement, product development, and leadership.LinkedIn