- Process Analysis & GAP - Analysis
- Process optimization & development
- Development of application-supporting methods
- Derivation & implementation of necessary adjustments
- Coaching & change support
- Operationalization in the real project environment
Systems engineering develops its full effectiveness when it is adapted to the needs of the organization.
Due to more than 20 years of experience in the development sector at OEMs and suppliers, we draw on cross-industry know-how and quickly and efficiently identify already existing best practices and do not start on the “green field”. Many processes and working methods are already in place in the companies and only need to be brought into a logical and systematic context.
In addition to the process-related requirements from systems engineering theory, challenges and opportunities for management and employees arise with the implementation.
Together with the management, we define the framework and the prerequisites for the target-oriented implementation of systems engineering and create cross-hierarchical awareness within the framework of workshops and communication events.
We draw on expertise in the individual disciplines of systems engineering, such as requirements engineering, software and functional development, continuous integration, and agile and conventional development models.
We adapt the steering processes in the organization and/or develop missing processes, methods and supporting tools. If necessary, we accompany re-organizations according to the domain or product structure.
We establish a customized change, training and communication management and involve the employees from the very beginning – thus we create a sound basis for handling uncertainties and the courage to face the new development philosophy. We accompany the organizations throughout the entire implementation/change process.
P3 is a corporate member of the
Society for Systems Engineering
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