Adaptable Engineering Processes in Practice

Talk in the Royal Park in September deals with Adaptable Engineering Processes in Practice.

The automotive industry is experiencing a revolutionary change, maybe more significant than the invention of the combustion engine or the production line. The vehicle and its business models will look very different in the next decade. Engineers today are tasked with building this future and mature processes are the path to guide this engineering transformation.  

Providing engineers with the guidance they need in the context of their project and role for many organizations remains a vision. Bringing the right processes, at the right time, to the right people is the goal.

Join William Bolander, Method Park Principal Consultant, at the Royal Park in Rochester, for an open discussion on the pros and cons of tailoring engineering processes.

The Presenter
William Bolander is a Principal Consultant at Method Park America. Globally acknowledge as an automotive industry technical leader; he accumulated over 30 years’ experience at General Motors where he was recognized as a General Motors technical fellow.  

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Detroit | 09-20-2018 | 6:30 p.m. | Royal Park Hotel 600 E University Drive | Rochester MI 48307, USA

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