As small businesses develop and grow into big businesses, the ability to maintain the social intimacy of a small business becomes much harder. Having a social approach with PLM can shorten the distances between everyone in the company. We just have to take a leaf from social media's book to make it happen.
It’s a pleasure working with businesses that are striving for greater collaboration, transparency and innovation. It’s not easy for any business to achieve, it’s a big investment and there are loads of things that can, and probably will, go wrong. If you are considering a PLM project or are in one that could do with some help, give me a call, you will make my day and I will definitely make a difference.
Stories I’ve been telling
Life cycles are real things. All living things have them. We are born, we live and we die. It is strange then that in the world of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) projects, people rarely mention the actual life cycle of the products or of everything else connected to the products.
Nina can only work on tough projects, she is bored by anything that doesn’t need her ability to look through a thousand problems and barriers. She delivers the toughest of business process change projects (PLM), in the toughest of terrains and cultures (Africa) for the toughest of bosses (venture capitalists) and she smiles all the way through it, because she loves it. This is why you need her as your PLM coach.