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Collaborative Engineering 101: Helping Paper Lovers Embrace Digital

If your team is still (or once again) trying to phase out paper-based work, you might be trying to figure out how to help everyone get on board with a new digital process. This post offers suggestions for guiding your team through a process change, like going paperless or adopting a new digital tool, so you can get the buy-in you need to get everyone aligned on the same page.

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Managing Change: How to Lead Your Engineering Team Through a Merger or Acquisition

Even when it’s exciting, change can be hard. It can be even harder when you’re also leading others through a big change. But like anything, getting yourself informed and prepared makes things go much more smoothly. This post offers guidance on how to get everyone on board and successfully lead your team through a big change.

Collaborative Engineering 101: Types of Design Reviews

Whether you've been doing design review for days or decades, you've probably put lots of thought into the designs you’re reviewing—but how much time have you spent thinking about the review process itself? This post overviews how and why design reviews happen, different ways to look at design reviews, common review types, and how these types are distinct from each other.

Pros & Cons of Using SharePoint for Your Engineering Design Processes

SharePoint has been around for a couple of decades now. As the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic drove higher usage for Microsoft Teams, SharePoint grew along with it. With over 200 million monthly active users, plenty of teams are using the platform to store and share files across different industries. But how well does SharePoint fit into engineering design processes?

Why Critical Project Information Shouldn’t Live in Engineers’ Heads

One of the hardest battles in managing complex design projects is how to keep the admin from overshadowing the design work. This post highlights some key reasons to create processes that allow critical project information to get documented (without adding excessive administrative burden to your team).


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