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Ecosystem Design: Technical and Business Architectures

This week I’ve had ecosystems on the brain.  It started with an excellent discussion with a customer who is eagerly waiting for the release of our N-Squared tool so that he can model, better understand and communicate the business architecture … Continue reading

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Creating Value through Interaction Management

The ability to define, visualize and manage the interactions associated with any product or systems is growing in importance.  Mastering Interaction Management tools such as the N-Squared Diagram can create new value for your organization.  But where should you apply … Continue reading

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The Interaction Management Challenge

There is the potential for interaction(s) between every pair of components that comprise a product or system. These interactions are governed by the scientific principles/laws of our universe, i.e. any two components can and will interact in every way made … Continue reading

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Let’s Manage Interactions

We are putting the finishing touches on a N-Squared Interaction Manager for our U.S. Government customer; it won’t be long until this new tool is blended into our Decision Driven® Solutions Framework.  I can write a lot about WHAT interactions … Continue reading

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Engineering is a gnarly profession

People don’t understand what engineers do.  Say “engineer” and a layperson thinks: Nerds Nerds with pocket protectors (I haven’t worn mine in years!) Nerds with pocket protectors and electrical tape holding their eyeglasses together (… decades!) Sophisticated laypersons think “Dilbert!” … Continue reading

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