Tackling Change Phobia

15 Mar, 2006 By: Kenneth Wong

Process, technology and people: COE speaker David Prawel to address challenges of 3D PLM


One of David Prawel's friends, a director of engineering at Delphi, refers to the typical change-resistant employee as "Bob." Prawel, who is founder of the digital manufacturing consulting firm Longview Advisors, explains: "Bob is someone who's been using a particular program a certain way, and he doesn't want to change." p>

At the upcoming COE 2006 Annual PLM Conference & Technifair, March 19-22 in Atlanta, Georgia, Prawel will talk about reforming Bob, along with all his counterparts who are similarly suffering from change phobia, and much more.  Read more >>


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About the Author: Kenneth Wong

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