The Difference Between Successful and Unsuccessful PLM Introductions
Finally installed, and then? With current cost pressure PLM and new tools are introduced to automate engineering workflows. However, the expected benefits are often not visible. Instead, employees are frustrated and continue working with their current work practices. The new interfaces create additional frictions and delays. Our consulting projects show that the root cause is often the same: There are many levers for tool support and improved efficiency, but implementation with sustainable results requires profound change management – which is rarely taken into account. To introduce PLM from concept to implementation has three key ingredients. Learn from our experiences how to successfully introduce tools. Read our presentation on the practical implementation of PLM.