Effective engineering organizations are good at managing technical complexity and interoperability. Highly successful ones are also good at something else: collaborating along the engineering process.
“Knowing the right turns to take along the planning path and understanding the stakeholders that influence decision-making is a real asset, and a time-saver,” says The Engineering 100 co-publisher Tia Over.
Whether internally with departments like marketing or externally with a supplier, collaboration unlocks innovation and never-before-considered ways to reach your end-user. Learn three approaches that are key to advancing collaboration in any organization in Tia’s piece for Public Relations Society of America’s PRSay blog.
– Emily Pappas, The Engineering 100